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Evercool VC-RE Chipset Fan Installation Tutorial Video! (2 fast mirror

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Well kids, here it is. After promising for a good while to make this, I finally finished it today.

 

A little over 7 minutes of monotone nasal Angry narration during a 720x480p (DVD quality) installation tutorial.

 

This video tutorial will teach you how to easily remove your stock NF4/ATI chipset fan and install the very popular Evercool VC-RE gpu/chipset replacement heatsink+fan.

 

This installation is good for all of the following models:

 

DFI Lanparty NF4-D

DFI Lanparty NF4 Ultra-D

DFI Lanparty NF4 SLI-D

DFI Lanparty NF4 SLI-DR

DFI Lanparty NF4 SLI-DR "Expert"

DFI Lanparty NF4 SLI-DR "Venus"

 

DFI NF4 DAGF

DFI NF4 Infinity

DFI NF4 Infinity SLI

DFI NF4X Infinity

 

DFI Lanparty RDX200 CF-DR

DFI Lanparty CF3200-DR

 

Please be for downloading video here:

 

http://files.filefront.com/evercool2wmv/;5...;/fileinfo.html

 

MIRROR #1

 

MIRROR #2

 

and leave comments as usual!

 

UPDATE:

 

Here's a great secondary thread for disabling the 'twinkling' LED light, as well as lapping the base of the chipset sink to make it even smoother!:

 

http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=61706

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I like it, filefront is slow, though. Why don't you have momma operate the camera while you work, might make it a bit smoother, good job. Maybe some more pimping backround music.

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background music = can't hear the narration

 

if i don't narrate, then everyone complains that I didn't narrate

 

can't make anyone happy ya know...

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that's the only comment anyone has is that it is big?

 

sexy?

 

Anyways, looks detailed enough that any idiot should be able to do it now... :rolleyes:

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bout time u did the video to bad i already installed it liek 2 weeks or so ago and this was useless to me

 

and wats rubbign alchahol on the heatsink spose to do because i didnt do that step but it works fine as far as i can tell not sure my paste burned in yet havent seen a tempature drop yet

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I thought it was well planned. I think you could benefit from a better mic tho - thats the only thing that was a minus in the presentation side of things.

 

Also rather than taking out the background noise, you could perhaps just leave it at a low level so there is more than just silence behind yr voiceover.

 

With regard to the cleaning of the chipset core and hsf with paper towel: the ceramique user guide suggests a 'lint free cloth' so I stick with their suggestion of coffee filter paper instead of paper towel or tissue.

 

Thanks to A_G - it was good to be able to watch it before I attempt myself (results posted when I do my upgrade).

 

-JimbobAllen

 

Edit:

What I said above applies if you took out the original backing track and then recorded the voiceover later after you did the video.. from the sound of it I just assumed that was what you did but I might be wrong!

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The presentation looked good to me. The only thing wrong with the whole deal is the FileFront ridiculously slow download speed, are they on dialup? The price is right I guess... Took over an hour to download... in that amount of time I would have used a chainsaw and crowbar to remove the old heatsink but I'm an impatient phart.

 

Great job and narration wasn't near as painful as Dick Hertz's hemorrhoids.

 

-pickles

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well...filefront costs zero to host files, and most of the time they are not really that slow

 

i suppose I could drop the file into dfi-street and allow you to download it at 500k/s and see how much bandwidth gets eaten...but the problem is...at 160MB or so, thats 6 downloads per gig, and 60 downloads per TB...and 240 downloads per my monthly hosting limit before I have to start paying an arm and a leg for overage...and that does not even include the insane bandwidth that angrygames.com and dfi-street.com use every month...

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