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It says on my bottle of zipties that they're good upto 85C. I'd imagine anything over 70C and you'd start seeing maybe some softening. But I could be wrong. My PCB is usually around 60C @ the VRMs and the zipties I'm using have been holding great!

Usually, ratings like that are set at a safe maximum with minimal to no failure rate. That means that at 85*C, they shouldn't have any change in properties compared to 25*C. I bet they soften and stretch/release well past 85, probably closer to 100. Using them should cause no worry, and if your card is that warm, zipties shouldn't be your concern LOL
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I actually did this mod to a PNY refurbished GTX 465 that is unlocked to a 470. I had this card in my top slot for SLI and before the mod it was hitting 92 degrees and the card would lock up. After the mod the max I hit with this card in the top slot is 59 degrees after 4 hours of Furmark. No more lock ups and the card seems to like its new cooling. FYI I used an H60 that I got from Best Buy for $45. I will try to take some pics when I get home.
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Haven't found anything on the Evga 560 Ti anywhere, does anybody know if the 620 will fit? It is the reference design, single fan.
http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-Mini-HDMI-Graphics-02G-P3-1568-KR/dp/B005760836/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1331242178&sr=8-1
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Haven't found anything on the Evga 560 Ti anywhere, does anybody know if the 620 will fit? It is the reference design, single fan.
http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-Mini-HDMI-Graphics-02G-P3-1568-KR/dp/B005760836/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1331242178&sr=8-1

Yes, in fact you may be able to lightly modify the shroud enough to retain it if you wish.
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Yes, in fact you may be able to lightly modify the shroud enough to retain it if you wish.

Is there possibly any guide? Can't seem to find anything
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insertacoolname are you referring to keeping the plastic shroud which encases the stock fan, or the heat plate which covers all the vrm chips and the rest of the gpu?

If its the latter, ScrappyD posted few pics here to show his modded heat plate - http://www.overclock.net/t/1225860/need-urgent-help-with-my-h60-gtx570-mod/10#post_16652408
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if anything theres less risk now, less heat so rik of gpu dying has gone down. IF corsairs kit leaks ill ask them to foot the bill.
As for my thermal glue, bought some of this stuff - http://specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/Phobya-2-Component-Thermal-Glue-pid-14162.html

Im really not convienced that would be covered. It's product discription is a CPU cooler, not a GPU cooler. From a consumer contract perspective you are not using the product "as intented".

Thats is, unless you intend to lie rolleyes.gif
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Im really not convienced that would be covered. It's product discription is a CPU cooler, not a GPU cooler. From a consumer contract perspective you are not using the product "as intented".
Thats is, unless you intend to lie rolleyes.gif

368

hehehe

Back on topic I would definitely ask them to foot the bill regardless of whether I use it on CPU or GPU. It it leaks its because their product is faulty; not because I have mounted it differently.
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Fair call smile.gif
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I think the PNY H40 one is the closet you'll get
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