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HSF for Quadro FX 560?

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Can someone find me a HSF for the Quadro FX 560? I don't care if it's OEM or not, just need something that will fit that model, and I'm really not sure what will or will not work for the Quadro line. I can't seem to find anyone selling any of the OEM fans for the card, but perhaps one of you could?
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Is that card based on a GeForce GPU?
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No idea if it is or which it might be based off of... it's a PNY Quadro FX 560. Where could I find that sort of info? As far as I know, it's a different PCB as all the Ge Force lines, as it is quite tall and not as long as many of the high-end Geforce cards. The fan that's on there is prob 40mm, but I'm going off of memory as I don't have the card in hand right now.
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No idea if it is or which it might be based off of... it's a PNY Quadro FX 560. Where could I find that sort of info? As far as I know, it's a different PCB as all the Ge Force lines, as it is quite tall and not as long as many of the high-end Geforce cards. The fan that's on there is prob 40mm, but I'm going off of memory as I don't have the card in hand right now.
Just measure the mounting hole widths and that would give me info to find one. It is probably a very standard mount.
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Hmmm... About 3.59375 inches apart, and there's only two. Check out this photo: http://www.videoguys.com/prodimages/fx560-large.gif

What I did is I measured the width of a DVI port on another card on the longest (uppermost) part of it. Then I compared it to the width on the picture, and found it to be a 1.25 ratio (12/16" on the picture, vs. 15/16" in real life). I measured the distance between the screw holes in the photo, and found them to be 46/16" apart, which with the 1.25 ratio translates into 3.59". Just thought I'd explain myself since I previously stated I did not have the card on hand.

EDIT: I hope you weren't meaning the diameter of the holes themselves...?
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*Bump* Really need a solution for this if possible...!
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