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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by sweeper, May 21, 2005.

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    Anyone here use this? I just purchased one and for the money it works very well cooling my R9800 Pro. I am able to run it at 450/370 (740DDR). I was looking for an Arctic Cooler when I came across this at a much cheaper price. I decided to use it and have been very pleased with it. Just wondering if anyone else has used this? What are your thoughts...?
     
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    i have had it too but today im using only the fan but the heatpipe was good but to heavy for me
    ( my pc is lying sideways)
     
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    Compared to the Zalman HP and Tt's HP this one is much lighter IMO, but works very well. I also used AS5 when assembling it. So far the heat transfer is very well from the core to the top Heatsink. Just need to get some BGA ramsinks for it now. ;)
     
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    my card is even cooler then yours :D
     
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    You've also got a modded Cooler..... :rolleyes:
     
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    I have one and my vcore is voltmodded to 1.60volts, core oc to 560mhz(x800xt pe) gpu reaches about 86c under load.It used to get hotter than that with the stock hs without any voltmodding or overclocking,so i,m happy with it.
     

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