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

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Hi, 
I've seen a lot of people asking how to deal with the heat issues when using a 400-series card. Specially the 480s and 470s are hot.
I got three Evga GTX470SCs my self and I wanted to make them run cooler without using water. I also want my PC to have a nice and neat look, so I came up with this Idea.
 
All you need to this is:
2x 120mm Fans.
3x Pci-brackets.
1x Screwdriver
3x Fan-screws
1x Pincers


 
Now you got the stuff you need to bend the Pci-brackets using a pincers. Bend them like this (90 degree angle, rather 89 degrees than 91 degrees). Hint: first mount the bracket and then you're able to see where to bend. 

 
Now mount the bracket to one of the fans using the screwdriver and a single screw. Should look like this.

 
Now mount the fan with the Pci-bracket to your vga-cards. Should look like this.

 
Now take the other fan and prepare the Pci-brackets. Mount them like this.

 
As you can see on this pic things will workout nicely..

 
Now bend the brackets. (90 degrees)

 
After mounting the last fan your setup should look like this.. 


 
I hope this guide is useful..:D
 
GPU temps at load are, from top to bottom: 73C, 71C, 69C.
Without the fans I saw temps in the high nineties.
 

post edited by hething - 2011/01/18 07:04:57

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 08:57:24 (permalink)
    ^buahha you took my comment, about you giving me an idea, and turned it into a tutorial. Blue ribbon for you.
     
    Thanks for this, im going to be doing something similar, but i may implement a fan under it, to get all around air flow.
     
    The results are quite good. Remove the poor cowboy, he will die of heat exhaustion :(
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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 08:59:12 (permalink)
    ^ buahha you took my comment, about you giving me an idea, and turned it into a tutorial. Blue ribbon for you.

    No problem..:D

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 09:18:33 (permalink)
    where are you mounting the pci brackets on the graphics cards?


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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 09:37:19 (permalink)
    They look to be held on by a little thing we like to call gravity! 

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 09:41:20 (permalink)
    cool u have a 800D case

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 09:54:58 (permalink)
    nice guide for some airflow on those cards.
    i don't see a blue ribbon here??
    im sure he should get one!!

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 10:05:04 (permalink)
    They look to be held on by a little thing we like to call gravity! 

     
    yes.. it is called gravity.. it works greatly..:D

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 10:06:15 (permalink)
    Definitely a blue ribbon buddy! Bravo on the mod! Bookmarked it for upcoming new rig.
    Man I gotta say that's a nice looking setup. Very clean. It's so clean with no dust. Mine is like the inside of a dustbuster HA! Thanks for putting the time and effort in this..

     
     
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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 10:07:48 (permalink)
    cool u have a 800D case

     
    The best case I've ever had..
     
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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 10:27:26 (permalink)
    hething

    They look to be held on by a little thing we like to call gravity! 


    yes.. it is called gravity.. it works greatly..:D


    very nice mod, im surprised the fans don't rattle if the bracket is just sitting on the card 


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    hething

    They look to be held on by a little thing we like to call gravity! 


    yes.. it is called gravity.. it works greatly..:D


    very nice mod, im surprised the fans don't rattle if the bracket is just sitting on the card 

     
    Look at these pictures.



    Maybe it helps?  
     
     

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 10:57:01 (permalink)
    so there just sitting on the cards


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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 10:58:31 (permalink)
    is the fan @ the front(or rear however you think) of the cards being supported by the heat sink, I would assume that is giving the bracket its resistance?
    Or is it being held down by the other two brackets?(for the fan on the side.

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 11:32:46 (permalink)
    hething

    They look to be held on by a little thing we like to call gravity! 


    yes.. it is called gravity.. it works greatly..:D


    I think he is referring to the housing you have on your 2 topmost 470's. With a regular 470, the board is exposed on the top and therefor you wouldnt want to have a bracket going across the exposed board...

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 11:52:46 (permalink)
    This is pretty neat, but I don't suggest laying those pci slot covers across the back of a bare card, i.e. without having the backplate installed on the card or some type of rubber insulating the pci slot covers from the solder points on the back of the card.

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 12:04:33 (permalink)
    where do you get the backplates?

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 12:13:37 (permalink)
    same here

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 12:42:28 (permalink)
    ah under accessories makes sense lol. thanks!
    quick question do i need the high-flow bracket if i have a newer 470?

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 12:44:47 (permalink)
    Did your GTX 470 come with one?  Either way it isn't needed.  Shaves off 3-5 degrees Celsius.


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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 12:49:24 (permalink)
    lol heck if i know i didnt look, didnt know if i needed it or not. do they have any add on fans that are quieter than the fan that comes with the card, i mean i run it at 80-100% when playing games, but it would be nice to have a quieter unit without watercooling 
    Edit: i like this setup but it doesnt seem practical for a single 470, still rolling over the idea of running the 470 in SLI. weighing in the heat issue(as they will be stacked on top of each other, since i have an mATX) as well as power consumption.
    post edited by sigep - 2010/10/02 13:06:25

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 14:34:04 (permalink)
    is the fan @ the front(or rear however you think) of the cards being supported by the heat sink, I would assume that is giving the bracket its resistance? Or is it being held down by the other two brackets?(for the fan on the side.

     
    I think the ram-slots are keeping it down..

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 14:37:08 (permalink)
    This is pretty neat, but I don't suggest laying those pci slot covers across the back of a bare card, i.e. without having the backplate installed on the card or some type of rubber insulating the pci slot covers from the solder points on the back of the card.

     
    You got a point there.. I would use some rubber or something like it to insulate the Pci-bracket if I didn't have the Backplates..

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 15:03:35 (permalink)
    ^ Tape would also work.
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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 15:06:28 (permalink)
    ^ Tape would also work.

     
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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 15:24:14 (permalink)
    interesting idea but some Screen shots under load with and without  would be helpful to believe a 25C drop from this ?Also case airflow wise how much did your CPU temps rise from the constant forced non vented air being pushed off the cards around the case ?

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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 18:27:51 (permalink)
    nice little mod. what with the little lego guy though 

                                           
                                                               
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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 19:26:21 (permalink)
    interesting idea but some Screen shots under load with and without  would be helpful to believe a 25C drop from this ?Also case airflow wise how much did your CPU temps rise from the constant forced non vented air being pushed off the cards around the case ?

     
    I'm with BioHazzardSperm here. I'm using a single EVGA GTX 470 (everything stock) playing Civ5 (DX11) and Final Fantasy 14 with everything turned all the way up on an Asus 25.5" 1920x1200 monitor, and every single time without a fail, I'm getting 90c+ temps / 90-99% GPU usage / 80%+ Fan speed, throttling (which is a scary noise btw). We all know thats hot, and loud.
     
    Emailed Customer support, they tell me that is normal, that I can boil an egg while using a vacuum. This is in a HAF X case, with a corsair H50 CPU cooler exhausting (push/pull) the air, X4 200mm fans, one directly cooling the GPU area. I tried with and without the included GPU shroud that allows you to attach a 120mm fan that blows air on to the GPU (which drops the temps 1-4c).
     
    The HAF X all ready comes with a similar set up to what the OP has, just not as close to the GPUs.
     
    BUT if the OP can post real evidence (EVGA precision), of the temps, you will completely convince me to go grab 2 more video cards, and prevent me from getting my refund first thing Monday morning.
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    Re:Guide to make nice and neat VGA-Cooling for your 400-Series card(s)..:D 2010/10/02 20:27:33 (permalink)
    I agree also, we need some solid evidence man, although it seems like a good idea, we need some proof first before we go waste money on pci brackets and some good quality fans, hope this does work, because anything that lowers temps is good in my book

     
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