Pardon my grammar for i am Dutch. (Netherlands, not deutch -> germany) Hi there, today i got my zalman graphics card cooler for this asus 4850 1 GB card. The standard (roundish with plastic rim cap over it) started makeing an irritating snirping sound after about 9 months, only spinning at about 33 to 80% before. Putting it on 100% rpm made the sound go away for a while but it caught up, so now it just whines at low middle And high rpm's. Therefore: replacement was ordered. I unscrewed the 4 'bottom' screws with the springs, but it does not come loose from gpu. Is it 'cool-pasta-stickered' on to the GPU ? Any tips or tricks how to get that thing off there? the force and twisting i applied was not enough. Perhaps more screws that are out of sight i have to remove? Oh yeah it is dusty, i know, but with new casing (not open ) it is much better. The 4 screws with springs underneeth, not seeable here, they where in the 6 sided bolts on printplate, are allready out.