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..or use parts from a passive Zalman GPU cooler :nod:

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HEHEHEHE....Are you owner a Pc Store???? HEHEHEHEHE...

you have everything...... :shake:

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I`m going on (alco)hollyday tomorrow , so the results must whait a while

 

And my screencard is currently RMA`ed.

 

I used a circlesaw to cut the cooler.

 

The new cooler won`t let you use SLi, but lets you use any known VGA-cooler

My former cooler will do it in SLi (see sig.)

The new cooler was quite simple to bulid

 

No, i dont own a PC-store, but surely want one ;)

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someone actually know where to find the blueprints for the northbridge cooler? At least, the exaxt measurement of the holes, the northbridge core and the PCI slot would help in making my own custom cooler (will be based upon the TT Volvano 9 I have here lying on my desk).

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here is the result of a days work with a thermaltake "Golf325, Combo Cool DIY Series":

 

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tempereture before: 42ºC at full speed

 

now: 41º... ZERO RPM :cool:

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How did you mount that Try-this ?

 

drilled 2mm holes and used screws that i don't know the name of..

 

directly translatede it is "self-cutting-screws", but doubt that it's the english word for it :confused:

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drilled 2mm holes and used screws that i don't know the name of..

 

directly translatede it is "self-cutting-screws", but doubt that it's the english word for it :confused:

 

 

That's almost right, they're called "self taping screws" (taping would be the act of cutting threads)

 

That is the best thing I have seen yet, too bad I plan to run SLI soon. But a little AS5 decreased my temps 5c so I'm happy until the fan goes out :cool:

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