I am not trying to take away any biz from DWood.. by all accounts, he is a great guy. But since (through no fault of his) it took 9 full days for my DWoods to arrive via USPS First Class (only four states away), I ended up using zips because I needed to do mod when I did - and couldn't wait any more. It was so simple - a really smart monkey could prolly do it... they are on very snug and secure - and not going anywhere - any time soon. I could sleep (soundly) while the beast renders all night.. without any worries whatsoever. In other words: I can attest to the zips working beautifully.
But I will likely use DWoods at some point. They are on a shelf right now.
Also, when I modded the CPU brackets on my Asetek 760GC's to work with my Opteron's Socket F 1207, I Dremeled off the excess crap that would be bumping into stuff on my mobo.. and drilled some holes - with Dremel... Unless I'm missing something - the exact same thing I did for my CPU's could
be done with brackets that come with a 620 (same as 760GC, if not mistaken) - and used on GPU, right. I really think you could chop the AMD bracket (or whatever works) down to just what you need - and drill some holes in the thing... grab some little bolts & nuts from hardware store.. easy-peezy-lemon-squeezy.. right? But I understand that not everyone owns a Dremel or knows how to use one... so this only applies to those of us who can Dremel
something into submission.. and make it do what we want...
Here is that shot of CPU's:Edited by FrankSilvaHM - 2/18/13 at 12:50pm