Originally Posted by Random Murderer
gg... lets get the best thermal paste and apply it to the stock cooler. I highly doubt I would be able to get past 535mhz... even right now im getting the same exact results with the fan on or with the fan off; voltage problem. I think I should buy epoxy and attach P3 heatsink bits (haha P3 coolers are always the victims of chop up projects
) to the mofsets.
80mm fan with the motor positioned over the space between the Ramsinks and the Core's Heatsink. I reckon this is absolutely the cheapest way to cool your GPU even more, guys with passive heatsinks; this is the most dirt cheap way to cool your GPU! Its much better than a fan integrated to onto a piece of metal! (Stock HS+F)
(absolutely shit thing is it takes up three slots if you have a standard 80mm fan, I might change to a thinner 60mm fan with a higher RPM)
(Doesn't it look normal; not ghetto?)
EDIT: Is it recommended that I change the spring loaded retention pins? Because they arent very tight, so if I knock the bulky cooler it sort of angles off... Uh would screws shortout the card?