wow...this is hardcore...must see!!

Confused

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Thanks for the link!

That's a nicely written guide, with lots of pictures, perfect for me to follow when making one for my GF4 :)

Then i'll see how high i can push my Ti4200 :)

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Confused

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klah,

Those pics are hardcore! But slightly too much for us mere mortals! ;)

The link fluxquantum gave was hardcore but to a level we (I) can do :)

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Soulkeeper

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those people got too much time
i'll let them build that stuff all day
and by the time they are done there will be a faster card on the market....
heh
 

ctk1981

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Anyone know of place online you can get a hunk of copper like that? I wanna design just a plain old air cooled unit but nobody in town has a chunk of copper like that one. Actually, I only need it to be 3/4" thick. Hmm.....I can track down aluminum, maybe ill just use a copper baseplate and the rest of the heatsink will be aluminum.


 

cmdrdredd

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I'd like to say...my ATi Radeon9700Pro clocks higher at the core than that thing and it's not cooled even close to the same amount. Plus I bet the 9700Pro outperforms the water cooled GF4 too.

Looks neat though, but all the tubes in the case looks stupid IMO.
 

ctk1981

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Hmm...scratch that idea boys. Im gonna make me a home made air cooled HS unit for a graphics card (which one, unno..try it out on a cheapie TNT2 that I dont care if I ruin). Im gonna dub my lil project, PIN FIN technology..haha. Anyways, I have some free time and about 7 bux worth of materials to play around with. That should allow me to make 8 HS for the chips and one core heatsink/fan unit.


 

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