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Where to find gpu heatsink screws for gtx 1050

Found a gtx 980 with a detached heatsink on the cheap, and found out the screws from my gtx 1050 worked to attached it back together, but now I want to sell my 1050 to buy a used xbox one controller since it crapped out. Where in Canada can I buy these tiny screws?

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Make a picture, maybe do some measurements!
Screws dont come in GTX1050 form, they have a pitch, length and width info. ;)

But most likely you are able to find these at any good hardware vendor.


And with current info this is what you get. ;)


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I'm just helping YOU to help YOURSELF!
(The more info you give the easier it is for others to help you out!)

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you can find a destroyed or broken model of the same 1050 and pinch some screws, then recycle the bunk card.


quick and easy but not as economical

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Screw size may also vary between different brands and models of card as well. Your best bet would be to get some kind of small screw assortment. You may also  need the small springs for the screws too.


Something like that is likely to have you covered. If you weren't in Canada or you were local I'd make an offer on the 1050 as-is but shipping cross border wouldn't make 'cents' for either of us.

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