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Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/03/17 20:46:29 (permalink)
Nice guide man thanks

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/03/21 16:12:50 (permalink)
Thank you, Im glad you like it  
 
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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/03/26 17:45:40 (permalink)
do not attempt with the computer running of course, do not make contact to the mb with the metal tabs.....or attempt this mod with the vanilla cards (no back plate)....lol
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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/03/29 14:17:58 (permalink)
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do not attempt with the computer running of course, do not make contact to the mb with the metal tabs.....or attempt this mod with the vanilla cards (no back plate)....lol

already stated earlier in this thread. But thanks for repeating.

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/05/21 13:05:02 (permalink)
I'm a bit late to this thread :)
 
Looks very good, a sound well thought out idea
 
I understand from a different thread that a 92mm fan will screw directly into the holes in the end of the gpu, but of course it will have a poorer performance to sound ratio, and as the op showed such a large temp drop, I'm very tempted to try this myself :)

 



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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/05/22 04:34:29 (permalink)
Hmm the pictures arent working, says download requirements not met :/.
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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/06/14 17:49:41 (permalink)
You need to get more posts under your belt.
 
Hething... good idea. I just dont like having anything loose in my case... especially fans. Also, as soon as I saw your first pic I was like "hey, hes got an 800D too!". Then I thought... man my bracket plates are REALLY nice... IDK if I would want to bend one up. Heh.

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/06/15 05:26:35 (permalink)
mistermister

You need to get more posts under your belt.

Hething... good idea. I just dont like having anything loose in my case... especially fans. Also, as soon as I saw your first pic I was like "hey, hes got an 800D too!". Then I thought... man my bracket plates are REALLY nice... IDK if I would want to bend one up. Heh.

 
check my modsrigs.. things look different know

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/06/15 08:59:28 (permalink)
At work, so it filters most of the pics. Ill do that when I get home.

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/06/15 10:25:51 (permalink)
Very Nice Man TYVM
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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/06/17 04:28:17 (permalink)
Well, Im glad this old thread is still alive and is still going strong and helping people to cool their cards..:D

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/06/17 08:36:29 (permalink)
Oh, you live in Denmark. That explains the Lego thing.

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/06/19 09:51:15 (permalink)
mistermister

Oh, you live in Denmark. That explains the Lego thing.

 
Probably.. when I was younger I had a 20 sqr meter Lego town including firestations, policestations, hospitals, schools, soccerfields, airport and a habour.. I still got all the Lego but it is not assembled anymore..:P  
 
Mostly people outside Denmark notice my lastname before they notice how much I care for Lego..  
 
You actually typed my lastname before..
 
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Oh, you live in Denmark. That explains the Lego thing
 
 

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/06/19 10:28:05 (permalink)
Heh, I actually live right next to a Lego Land amusement park. 

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/07/17 22:28:12 (permalink)
Wow i never thought of that and it's so simple too.
i just so happen to have 2 fans i want to move too. oh yeah!

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/07/20 07:17:21 (permalink)
its wierd that you straightened the bent part and put the screw thru the straight part.
 
it would be easier just to use the half hole since its already bent at the correct spot, although instead of using screws that screw directly into the fan you would have to use a nut and bolt
plus the slot covers i have dont have that hole :o


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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/10/25 17:22:17 (permalink)
right talk about reviving a old thread but the pictures have gone from the thread, kinda wondering you could email me them or just reupload them, defo doing this to my gtx 480 running quite hot for my liking, also what seems to be the average temp drop?
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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/10/25 17:23:43 (permalink)
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right talk about reviving a old thread but the pictures have gone from the thread, kinda wondering you could email me them or just reupload them, defo doing this to my gtx 480 running quite hot for my liking, also what seems to be the average temp drop?

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Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2011/10/25 17:27:06 (permalink)
yup sorry about that :/ was a fault on my end logged out by accident and couldnt see them, great guide btw, i'll probs have a look at making a more secure way of holding them on they look like gravity may take a few swings at them :P
 
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