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  1. #11
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    I placed a Zalman Heat pipe cooler on my Ti. It cooled it, although it was probably still the hottest piece of hardware in my comp.
    So I added the Zalman fan, not made to fit the standard cooler, but it works. IT dropped my temps quite a bit, adds a little aestetically and is very noiseless.
    Just my .02
    BTW I do O/C mine to the max, and this cooler gave it quite a bit more playing room.

    Chez:cheers:

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    a review of the watercooled gainward can be found here if anyone is interested
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    I dunno.. i think my PNY with a Maze 4 GPU could stand up to the "Cool FX". The pipes look way too small, IMO.

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    Best video cooling you can possibly get is using a CPU heatsink such as the Cooljag/Dynatron 1U server heatsink. I used one on my 9700np and am running happily @ 419mhz core (stock 275) with stock voltage. Temps under full 3dm03 load are about 35 C (taken at back of core with Digidoc). Check my sig for a link on how I did mine.

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    How does the Thermaltake Giant II compare to the Zalman heatpipe cooler?

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    Well, the stock cooler on my Ti4200 is really awesome. I've hit 290/581 (from stock 250/512) before with no problems. I dont wanna go higher though cause the pins do a s****y job holding down the heat spreaders on both sides, and the thermal grease doesnt even touch half a RAM chip in places, so the heat spreaders on the RAM are no where near their full potential. I'm going to buy some arctic alumina thermal adhesive to glue down the heat spreaders to the RAM chips, then I'll be pass 300/600 easily. Did I mention that it's almost silent too? Cheers to MSI, they did a great job in designing it (although the workmanship leaves some improvement :p). : peace2: Mista K6
    Modified Dell 8200 Case:
    -400MHz FSB i850 Intel mobo
    -P4 Williamette Socket 478, 1.9GHz
    -768MB 16-bit PC800 RDRAM
    -MSI GF4 Ti4200 128MB @ 284/581
    -7200 RPM Maxtors: 60GB (2MB) on mobo and 160GB (8MB) on ATA/133 PCI Card
    -Creative Inspire T7700 7.1 Speaker System on an Audigy 2
    -Windows XP Home Edition SP2

    Rock on : peace2: , MiStA K6

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    Thermaltake Giant III

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    will this cooler fit to my asus TI 4600 Ultra. i've had certain lapses with the software telling me that the bog standard cooler is no longer as efficient. i also occasionally get the software chaning the threshold limits to lower. and automatically thowing up vga errors. I know its not the PSU as its a quality Enermax
    Lian LI PC60
    (2 intake 80mm ADDA/3
    exhaust 80mm ADDA)
    EG465P-VE Enermax Dual fan PSU 465watt
    Asus A7N8X Dx ver2.0 C1007 latest bios
    AthlonXp 3200+ Barton
    Xms Corsair 3700PT TwinX paired 2x512@200mhz
    200mhz X 11.0 = 2.205GIG
    creative audigy 2
    Asus V8460 U Ti 4600 Dx
    CPU full load 28C
    Case full load 24C
    Western D HDD 120gb
    XP Professional current best- crap
    11682 marks=xp best performance settings @ 2500+ 166mhz x 11.0X = 1.83GIG

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    I just got this sweet puppy and it overclocks and runs like a dream because of the great IceQ cooling solution. It is very similar to Abit's OTES, and basically leaks out all of the heat made by this beast through an extra PCI slot. It also has fan settings high and low, using a neat little switch in the back of the case when installed, and runs absolutely noiseless on high.

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    You guys know of any video card coolers that are compatible with the All In Wonder 9800 Pro? My card is overheating very bad, and its not even overclocked.

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