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So ive purchased a custom backplate and the bracket with the fan bracket attached. Do i need some heatsinks for the vrms/vram? Or will a decent fan suffice on its own?

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heatsinks are unneeded unless you are overclocking, especially if you are doing extreme overclocks.

a decent fan 40mm alone will do a good job, 80mm will work great.

The bracket will hold a 92mm fan, how will i know if they are overheating? Im guessing ill know if the gpu artifacts or my pc shuts down?

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Do you guys think i could fit 2 Antec 620 cooling 670's in SLI in the front of a Fractal Arc Mini without any modding since i'm a tech noob ?
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Just be sure not to draw more current than your card can output smile.gif
P.S. Try a motherboard port and SpeedFan
I would use the cable to make a custom fan curve, adjusted to the temps of my card, or rather the temps of my radiator. It would give me a greater control of my temps smile.gif
Edited by Hawxie - 3/21/13 at 5:41am
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003Q5GI2U/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1HVS4RF533X76
This would be brilliant, same level of fan control as a stock cooler biggrin.gif

The GPU may not handle the larger fans load. The connector pins may not be designed for it.
An adaptor cable like this would pass the PWM and TACH signals, and power the fan from a power supplies 12v molex.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812119248

EVERCOOL has one in black sleeve, but it's junk. The connectors don't latch, just slip off (needs duct tape).
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The GPU may not handle the larger fans load. The connector pins may not be designed for it.
An adaptor cable like this would pass the PWM and TACH signals, and power the fan from a power supplies 12v molex.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812119248

EVERCOOL has one in black sleeve, but it's junk. The connectors don't latch, just slip off (needs duct tape).
Ahh great thumb.gif.
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Can you still use the stock fan when doing the mod with this GPU ?

http://www.gainward.com/main/vgapro.php?id=881
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Yeah, just take of the shroud and heatsink. Apply the kuhler and just adjust the fan speed as you normally would in afterburner etc

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Yeah, just take of the shroud and heatsink. Apply the kuhler and just adjust the fan speed as you normally would in afterburner etc

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Do you think that i would be able to fit 2 of those in SLI and place them in the front of a Fractal Arc Mini cabinet after removing the front bays ?
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Im not sure, ive never really looked at the mini. You could mount at the front and having it blow air from outside in, then mount the other at the back and taking the air out. Thats what i would do, i just got a 600t and now just waiting on my bracket biggrin.gif

edit: just looked, it would be worth a try biggrin.gif. id like to see the outcome for sure:thumb:

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Edited by mackelmore - 3/21/13 at 2:13pm
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But doesen't zipties do an equally good job as the bracket ?
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