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bkswaney
11-19-03, 11:15 PM
I just need the heatsink-fan off of one. :)
Or if anyone has a heatsink-fan combo that
want to sell please email me at: bkswaney@charter.net


Before anyone ask the factory combo on the Asus cards looks
nice but cools like sh!t.

schuey74
11-21-03, 11:09 AM
Can I ask why you wouldn't just pick up a nice waterblock for the card since you're already watercooling the CPU. I saw the temps you're getting on your 5900U (60c) in another thread and it reminded me that I saw this post a couple days ago. Most GPU/VPU waterblocks work on both ATI and Nvidia cards so you could use it for a long time to come.

bkswaney
11-27-03, 10:19 PM
bump

The Baron
11-27-03, 10:29 PM
Originally posted by schuey74
Can I ask why you wouldn't just pick up a nice waterblock for the card since you're already watercooling the CPU. I saw the temps you're getting on your 5900U (60c) in another thread and it reminded me that I saw this post a couple days ago. Most GPU/VPU waterblocks work on both ATI and Nvidia cards so you could use it for a long time to come.
uh, he's insane? :)

bkswaney
11-29-03, 02:07 AM
Originally posted by The Baron
uh, he's insane? :)


I'm going to watercool the core.
I'm trying to figure out some way to cool the memory.

But I still need some good air cooling.
When I get ready to sell it I'll need it. ;)

bkswaney
01-09-04, 01:23 AM
bump... still looking. :(

Mr.Clawz950
01-09-04, 02:11 AM
I can sell you the RAM heatsinks off my 5900U. I'm on this GIANT II Heatpipe(51C full load), so I don't really need em anymore.

|JuiceZ|
01-10-04, 03:21 PM
Originally posted by Mr.Clawz950
I'm on this GIANT II Heatpipe(51C full load), so I don't really need em anymore.

So I take it you're not having any problems heat probs w/ the ram on yer card? I actually stopped in the middle of installing that cooler on my evga gf5950 because I thought it could crap w/o having hs in contact w/ the ram. I know vid card ram doesn't put off a lot of heat so I manu just do it as a precaution.

Mr.Clawz950
01-11-04, 01:57 AM
Nope. Not at all.

Kev1
01-11-04, 11:36 PM
I thought I saw everything in VGA card cooling till I saw this:

http://www.thermaltake.com/coolers/chipset/a1919.htm

Jeesh :eek:

Mr.Clawz950
01-12-04, 02:22 AM
Yeah, what is sad is that I am going to order one, lol.

marqmajere
01-12-04, 07:44 AM
The blower runs at 9000 rpms (give or take) yet it only moves 3.53 CFM? :confused: Maybe its a typo and should be 35.3. Regardless, that thing will make some noise when everything is cranked on. :D