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I can attest for both the IHS removal and the Self contained Liquid cooler strapped to a GPU. My log is not finished yet as the shop i use for fab work is out of commission until tomorrow. Ill be having my shroud cleaned up as well as cleaning up the cutout i made in the pcb heatspreader to fit the Kuhler block directly onto the GPU of my 470.

My load temps overclocked to 840MHz are now 55C.

Removing the IHS just plain makes sense. It was one of the best things I've done for my 480's, but it can be tricky with aftermarket air coolers.
That's the beauty of using a gpu kit like the Antec or Corsair versions, they can be fitted right to the gpu chip using only straps, and provide excellent results.
So you've cut-out the stock heatspreader plate to fit the block?
That's what I'm planning on doing as well, the bracing of the card and vrm/ram coverage is far superior to any stick-on sinks.

I agree. I have plenty of stick on sinks but there just no comparison to the custom fit and high surface erea that came with the card.

The spreader was easy to cut, its a soft aluminum, and i even shaved mine down for a little more pad pressure.

Mutilating the stock shroud was probably the most fun. I started by stabbing a hole in it with an old soldering iron tip that is warped ( didn't need to but it was childishly exciting ) .

I might take the card in to get cleaned up more, not sure if ill actually get time though. I dont want to finalize my log with ugly pictures, and i used a hacksaw instead of a dremel.
-RIP dremel.
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I agree. I have plenty of stick on sinks but there just no comparison to the custom fit and high surface erea that came with the card.

The spreader was easy to cut, its a soft aluminum, and i even shaved mine down for a little more pad pressure.

Mutilating the stock shroud was probably the most fun. I started by stabbing a hole in it with an old soldering iron tip that is warped ( didn't need to but it was childishly exciting ) .

I might take the card in to get cleaned up more, not sure if ill actually get time though. I dont want to finalize my log with ugly pictures, and i used a hacksaw instead of a dremel.
-RIP dremel.
I won't be able to enjoy melting the stock plastic shroud:p but the stock heatplate is fair game.
My current 480's look a bit weird, as I have part of a Zalman heatsink plate on one of them, and some spare stick-on sinks I had from a old Thermalright cooler on the other. I didn't like the rubbery thermal glue that AC includes with the Accelero, or their sinks for that matter. That's all just temporary, until I chop out the stock plates and bolt them on, the way it's meant to be done:D

Good idea shaving the plate down for more pad pressure. I found that when I cut my Zalman plate, using a Dremel wasn't very precise either, maybe because the discs I used were cheapos.
I don't want to do a hack job on the 480 plates, so I'm taking my time with that project!
Having access to a laser cutter would sure be great:D

Your 470 is getting excellent clocks and temps. with the Antec 620. Makes for a clean fit as well, with the shroud back on it.
    
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I agree. I have plenty of stick on sinks but there just no comparison to the custom fit and high surface erea that came with the card.

The spreader was easy to cut, its a soft aluminum, and i even shaved mine down for a little more pad pressure.

Mutilating the stock shroud was probably the most fun. I started by stabbing a hole in it with an old soldering iron tip that is warped ( didn't need to but it was childishly exciting ) .

I might take the card in to get cleaned up more, not sure if ill actually get time though. I dont want to finalize my log with ugly pictures, and i used a hacksaw instead of a dremel.
-RIP dremel.
I won't be able to enjoy melting the stock plastic shroud:p but the stock heatplate is fair game.
My current 480's look a bit weird, as I have part of a Zalman heatsink plate on one of them, and some spare stick-on sinks I had from a old Thermalright cooler on the other. I didn't like the rubbery thermal glue that AC includes with the Accelero, or their sinks for that matter. That's all just temporary, until I chop out the stock plates and bolt them on, the way it's meant to be done:D

Good idea shaving the plate down for more pad pressure. I found that when I cut my Zalman plate, using a Dremel wasn't very precise either, maybe because the discs I used were cheapos.
I don't want to do a hack job on the 480 plates, so I'm taking my time with that project!
Having access to a laser cutter would sure be great:D

Your 470 is getting excellent clocks and temps. with the Antec 620. Makes for a clean fit as well, with the shroud back on it.

I didn't want to hack job my plates either, but sadly it happened. I am sanding down the edges to try and make it prettier. One of the edges came out a tad curvy.
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I guess i have been lucky as i didnt need to cut anything to run my H70 directly onto the chip when modding the matrix. Thinking back though that 560ti had a plate around the IHS which would have needed cutting in order to run the cooler directly onto the chip. Glad that you guys are working it out. Perhaps someone could post a few pics in a log format for others who will require this alteration to the plate. A guide of sorts would be nice to follow. At this point ive only seen the befor and after but nothing that shows a step by step. I would do one myself but my card does not require it.

@Dercomissar, consitering the size of BC Penticton is like you being my next door neighbor. Wonderfull resort town btw. When we travel to Grand Forks we will at times go through Penticton for a lookie, Im a non practicing landscape Horticulturist and love the orchards in your area. Amazing against the desert backdrop.

Its minus twenty six here tonight (-32c), colder with the windchill factor, feels like minus thirty five. I would love to move the pc outside or against a open window for some subzero overclocking but saddly my psu is crapping out on me. My POS psu (i shouldn't say that as its been a trooper thus far) needs to be replaced. The Matrix can pull as much as 650w when overclocked/overvolted and with my combined cpu oc and everything else in my case im surprised its lasted this long. Seasonic 1000w platinum is on sale right now for $240 at NCIX. Im seriously would like to pull the trigger on that but snow tires for the truck are more important consitering the weather we are having. I wish i had of gotten the Antac quattro 1250w (NCIX last weeks sale) for $179. Ive been mulling it over for days now, grabbed the kids from school and by the time i got home NCIX sale was over. Damm, was like a $300 psu for cheap too. Guess I snooze i lose right. Im going to try to swing both though. Tires on rims from kijiji and kickarse seasonic 1000w...... i may be out of commision for a few nights as i butter up the wifey with backrubs lol.


I have no will power, just ordered the Seasonic 1000w platinum for a grand total of $305....crap thats alot of money.
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I guess i have been lucky as i didnt need to cut anything to run my H70 directly onto the chip when modding the matrix. Thinking back though that 560ti had a plate around the IHS which would have needed cutting in order to run the cooler directly onto the chip. Glad that you guys are working it out. Perhaps someone could post a few pics in a log format for others who will require this alteration to the plate. A guide of sorts would be nice to follow. At this point ive only seen the befor and after but nothing that shows a step by step. I would do one myself but my card does not require it.

@Dercomissar, consitering the size of BC Penticton is like you being my next door neighbor. Wonderfull resort town btw. When we travel to Grand Forks we will at times go through Penticton for a lookie, Im a non practicing landscape Horticulturist and love the orchards in your area. Amazing against the desert backdrop.

Its minus twenty six here tonight (-32c), colder with the windchill factor, feels like minus thirty five. I would love to move the pc outside or against a open window for some subzero overclocking but saddly my psu is crapping out on me. My POS psu (i shouldn't say that as its been a trooper thus far) needs to be replaced. The Matrix can pull as much as 650w when overclocked/overvolted and with my combined cpu oc and everything else in my case im surprised its lasted this long. Seasonic 1000w platinum is on sale right now for $240 at NCIX. Im seriously would like to pull the trigger on that but snow tires for the truck are more important consitering the weather we are having. I wish i had of gotten the Antac quattro 1250w (NCIX last weeks sale) for $179. Ive been mulling it over for days now, grabbed the kids from school and by the time i got home NCIX sale was over. Damm, was like a $300 psu for cheap too. Guess I snooze i lose right. Im going to try to swing both though. Tires on rims from kijiji and kickarse seasonic 1000w...... i may be out of commision for a few nights as i butter up the wifey with backrubs lol.


I have no will power, just ordered the Seasonic 1000w platinum for a grand total of $305....crap thats alot of money.
I think that was a good move getting the Seasonic 1000w.thumb.gif
It's well worth the extra bucks over that Antec psu.
Seasonic makes great power supplies, probably the best. When I got the second 480, I was worried that my 750w. Seasonic wouldn't be enough to handle both cards, but it works great.
However, I have been tempted to pick up one of those Platinum units myself:D
You won't have to worry about your psu for years, it'll handle any future upgrades as well.

Yep, we're not too far away, only a couple hours. We go to Kamloops for hockey occasionally, my son also used to play soccer games there.
I'm still waiting to make the trip to the BCLC:D
I lived in the Vancouver area most of my life, but I've been enjoying living here since the early 90's.

It's been damn cold lately! Those snow tires will come in handy.

I'll try to get a few shots when I dissect the 480's plates, I'm not very good at doing build logs though!
That's another advantage for the Corsair and Antec coolers, the block is nice and compact.

I had to shell out a few bucks as well last month, I bought an ASUS M4E along with two Acceleros, so that was about half a grand there for the money pit.
I was seriously considering getting a couple 920's, or possibly two H100'S, but for some reason stuck with air.
I also check out the Dazmode Store occasionally, but that's just torture for me:p

www.dazmode.com/store/

I do have plans for fitting a couple good static pressure 120mm fans on each Accelero in place of the stock fan assembly.
I did that on one of my Zalman coolers and got about a 6C. temp. drop. The Acceleros have a bigger fin area for the 120's, so it may work out well.

But enough mods for now, I just want to enjoy some gaming for a while!
    
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my psu arrived DOA. Well it died after thirty mins and im now using my old one. not happy right now:p
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That sucks man. I've yet to get a doa item. But like the grim reaper and an IRS audit...I know that time will come. redface.gif
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my psu arrived DOA. Well it died after thirty mins and im now using my old one. not happy right now:p
Disregard my previous post then:wth:
I guess there isn't any quality control even with Seasonic anymore.
I can't believe one of their finest psu's was doa. NCIX should send you a replacement asap.
    
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Well my psu arrived today and im most pleased with it. The fan has yet to kick in (it works i checked) even when benchmarking heaven 2.5. Ive move the card to the upper 16x pcie lane and the rad is resting on the nest of wires coming out the psu about 4 inches or so floating off the bottom of the case. My temp during the benchmark was max 45c which is a drop of about 5c off my max. I have less angles to the hoses having the rad this was so seems the flow is better now. Ill post up some pics later. Ill have to order some sleeved extentions now as my sleeved psu is now in the shed saddly and the new psu has ugly colored wires showing at the ends where they come out of the presleeved. Im thinking of going with red sleeving or white, not sure but ill need 2x 8pin for the gpu, a new 24pin (old one is black sleeved) and the most certainly a new cpu 8pin as the cable is not long enough to reach around behind the mobo tray and over. Right now it dangles in front of the case window....in shame for being so ugly and multi colored.

Im going to redo all my old benchmarks now and see if the "clean" power will improve my results...and for fun

WOOT:thumb:
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I'm glad the replacement works as it should:thumb:
Their fans do tend to spool up only when necessary. And what a fan it is, a San Ace!
That's a bonus to see a temp. drop. Their cables aren't much for bling, but some new sleeved extensions will take care of that.
Although I've got a 932 as well, I can't really compare the cable arrangement as I used the top psu mount in mine. I actually enjoyed fitting a psu in the top again, like in the old days:p
No problem with the 8-pin reaching up there!

Regardless what colour, the sleeved extensions will look good. I could sure use some to clean-up mine. Will be interested to see what kind you get, for future reference.
Interesting point about the cleaner power helping the benchmarks.
I often wonder if mine is on the borderline at 750 watts, even though it doesn't exhibit any symptoms, it's possible that that extra 250 watts could also help provide more reliable overclocking results.

Enjoy that new psu, it should be good for many builds.
    
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