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All NF4 chipsets air cooled

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Well getting a little off topic but the V2 is the one after tha rev2 correct? Sadly it is not as good an overclocker as the original rev2. That and few of the 3200's overclocked like the lower rated chips and the mobils were even better.

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What about this cooler

 

I like it ( big but it does the Job )

 

dont know if it will fit tho with a dfi expert ( dont know the height because havent got mine installed yet )

 

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Specification:

 

Mounting holes: 55-85mm

Material: Aluminium, black anodised

Weight: 400g

Bridgecooler: 21*36*36mm (HxWxD)

Passivcooler: 26*85*120mm (HxWxD)

Heatpipes: 7,5*150mm, Copper

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Ok my DFI fan failed (grr DFI) so so I ordered the evercool VC- RE fan I simply took the silver top off the old DFI fan and placed it on top of the evercool fan and used a couple 3/4 screws with bolts to tighten it down. Two minor problems: 1 tightend it a little to much and the fan was binding , a few small adjustments fixed that. Secondly my ATI x800 had to be moved to bottom PCI slot. I moved the jumpers all to SLI so I would get 8x instaed of 2x. temp is a little high at 44 degrees. I may need some artic silver?

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well maybe one of u guys can help me

heres what i need:

-chipset cooler

-MUST be able to use video card in top slot

-MUST be able to use an nvsilencer

-must be able to use both regular PCI slots

-passive preferable

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well maybe one of u guys can help me

heres what i need:

-chipset cooler

-MUST be able to use video card in top slot

-MUST be able to use an nvsilencer

-must be able to use both regular PCI slots

-passive preferable

 

 

well make your own like GXP345 did but this requers some tools to do this

 

I myself is trying to get my hand on a Borg NF4, know one who is close to mcubed ( he told me about the cooler )and i send him a mail yesterday so i can hear more about the cooling performance (Still havent got a mail back )

 

grt

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