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[FS][US] Copper Gpu Heatsink

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by domy85, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. domy85

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    Used Zalman VF1000 GPU Copper Heatsink
    (8) Enzotech Lowprofile Vram Heatsinks(Used)
    (7) Zalman Blue Vram Heatsinks(Used)
    (4) Enzotech Mosfet Copper Heatsinks(Not used)

    Includes the original box and original fan taken apart(not sure if its able to be put back together)

    Used this maybe 2 months on my 4870 1GB. Being forced to put back on old heatsink to accomodate another 4870 and a physics card. :D

    This will definetly add some weight, but the temps were amazing used with a 120mm fan. I ran at 850/1050 @ 34c idle!

    Price Shipped $30

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    good cooler. I almost miss mine.
     
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    Can't use it either... plan on going Xfire with another HD4850 (or waiting till June 09 for the HD5 series but either way I would need to save $$ for the HD5 series.)
    Good Seller, A++ fer him..
     
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    is the fan quiet?

    my Zalman fan on the Gigabyte 4850 is kind of getting noisy.
     
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    yes, it's very quiet.
     
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    FYI the fan had a spring in it I dont have anymore. So unless you know what to do or doing... easier to strap a nice low profile 40cfm or so fan to it :D
     
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    domy85, yhpm.
     
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    Txs! :toast:
     
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