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does anyone know where i can find a evga gtx 570 modded bracket for any of the h series coolers?

Check out Dwood, he seems to have brackets for almost everything.

Ah you got me!
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do you guys know how much he charges for them?
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I think its $6 for theversion which only mounts the pump to card and $8 for the version with fan attachment. Dont quote me on the price but i think its pretty close.
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I think it's about $20 for the regular version now, due to priority shipping.
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I ordered mine a little bit ago and paid what he has listed here TripT CC, 620/920 H50/H70 GPU Brackets, Fan Grills, Custom Case Badges.
Just go by what he has posted and pm him what you want. He'll send you how much to paypal him, make them/customize them, then mail 'em to you.
Prices as posted. (Click to show)
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Basic brackets are now 6$
Fan brackets are now 8$
Fan bracket with bent up lip personalized is now 15$


Shipping is 5$ added on now.(International please PM me for quote)

The paint option is still a 1$ addon. Options are Red, black, white, navy blue and green.



Right now you can get a painted OCN flame case badge or Nvidia eye case badge for 1.50$ when you purchase a mounting bracket.

Edited by MikeMike86 - 5/8/12 at 12:59am
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I ordered mine a little bit ago and paid what he has listed here TripT CC, 620/920 H50/H70 GPU Brackets, Fan Grills, Custom Case Badges.
Just go by what he has posted and pm him what you want. He'll send you how much to paypal him, make them/customize them, then mail 'em to you. Prices as posted. (Click to show)
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Basic brackets are now 6$
Fan brackets are now 8$
Fan bracket with bent up lip personalized is now 15$
Shipping is 5$ added on now.(International please PM me for quote)
The paint option is still a 1$ addon. Options are Red, black, white, navy blue and green.
Right now you can get a painted OCN flame case badge or Nvidia eye case badge for 1.50$ when you purchase a mounting bracket.


That is still the pricing
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hey does anyone have his email, that you guys can mss me, i reach my mss limit here at the overclock, also what does the kit come with, any screws or thermal paste, do i need an x bracket for this kit? do i have to remove my cards metal bracket / plastic vram cover? or can i just use it with it on.
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When I first saw this in another thread, I thought this concept was extremely cool, and want to try it myself, and I have some questions, I looked but I can only look so much, so hoping someone would be kind enough to answer.

Because this is replacing the stock fan, is it safe to say that it doesn't matter which brand of card you buy? I know that the vrm will have the stock fan, but, I can't imagine the difference to be so great, so I was wondering when doing this if you're better off buying the cheapest version of the card I want possible, and then doing this installation, or if there are certain brands of the same card that will still outperform others even with this mod.

I've never really understood the difference in brands, aside from warranties, so I've always been curious, so anyone willing to help me I'd be greatly appreciative of.
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When I first saw this in another thread, I thought this concept was extremely cool, and want to try it myself, and I have some questions, I looked but I can only look so much, so hoping someone would be kind enough to answer.
Because this is replacing the stock fan, is it safe to say that it doesn't matter which brand of card you buy? I know that the vrm will have the stock fan, but, I can't imagine the difference to be so great, so I was wondering when doing this if you're better off buying the cheapest version of the card I want possible, and then doing this installation, or if there are certain brands of the same card that will still outperform others even with this mod.
I've never really understood the difference in brands, aside from warranties, so I've always been curious, so anyone willing to help me I'd be greatly appreciative of.

Yeah I would just buy the cheap reference model and do this mod.
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post #1250 of 8622
IMO, get the card that is priced right. If you have specific needs such as keeping the stock shroud then youll want to tailer the purchase. For quality of card there is a difference depending on vender. The Evga Classified comes to mind as does the Asus Matrix Platiunum as they have custom pcb and custom components for better overclocking and such. These cards, if you can even find them now are the top end cards in their class. The 6xx series at this point is all reference as far as specs go, could be wrong but still reference. If your not caring about mass overclocks and overvolting then save some bucks and go for a vanilla card by a good vender such as Evga, Asus, MSI, Gigabyte..
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