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post #8321 of 8626
good to see such good results....you know there is an alternative...your cpu stock HF fan it came with...use that sucker for a gpu fan...it moves a crap load of air once the heat sink itself is removed from the equation....plus with a cheap pwm adapter you can run it straight via the gpu fan header....draws tons less power than the fans that come with a gpu HS....
post #8322 of 8626
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Originally Posted by X-PREDATOR View Post

good to see such good results....you know there is an alternative...your cpu stock HF fan it came with...use that sucker for a gpu fan...it moves a crap load of air once the heat sink itself is removed from the equation....plus with a cheap pwm adapter you can run it straight via the gpu fan header....draws tons less power than the fans that come with a gpu HS....

Yeah that's a good idea ! Although I don't have the CPU fan as I bought my 2500K second hand and I bought a CPU Cooler straight after
post #8323 of 8626
any stock intel cooler fan is cool bro...ive got loads sitting here...going to go crazy one day and make my own cooler system
post #8324 of 8626
Well the cable ties on a antec 650 didn't work too well so I had to make a plexiglass bracket that held on with cable ties.




Edited by Mark-o - 6/9/16 at 1:27pm
post #8325 of 8626
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Well the cable ties on a antec 650 didn't work too well so I had to make a plexiglass bracket that held on with cable ties.




Looks nice ! Good idea ! TechYesCity had also made something similar with a piece of wood. How are your temps ?
post #8326 of 8626
I have the gtx760 over clocked 95+ on the core and 300+ on the memory. When im playing the witcher 3 the highest I have ever hit was 59-62c so I added a fan to blow over the cards and some ram heat sinks. Now I sit around 57ish.
post #8327 of 8626
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Originally Posted by Mark-o View Post

Well the cable ties on a antec 650 didn't work too well so I had to make a plexiglass bracket that held on with cable ties.




Looks nice ! Good idea ! TechYesCity had also made something similar with a piece of wood. How are your temps ?


Do you have a link for that, I would like to watch it. I went and looked but I cant find it.


Thank you thumb.gif
post #8328 of 8626
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Originally Posted by Mark-o View Post

Well the cable ties on a antec 650 didn't work too well so I had to make a plexiglass bracket that held on with cable ties.





Welcome to the club. Thats great that you found a way to make it work thumb.gif Looks good and have some +reps for a great mod
post #8329 of 8626
https://youtu.be/gD05SRDA4cE
He does it in thiss video
post #8330 of 8626
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Originally Posted by Mark-o View Post

I have the gtx760 over clocked 95+ on the core and 300+ on the memory. When im playing the witcher 3 the highest I have ever hit was 59-62c so I added a fan to blow over the cards and some ram heat sinks. Now I sit around 57ish.

Are you stable in TW3 with tis OC ? What settings do you use ? Just curious ^^ My temps are a bit higher but I got a 770, although I never go over 66°C. Same, fan on a VRM heatsink. For TW3 I'm at +60 on the core and +500 on the memory.

And yeah look at the link that Mark-o posted, that's what I was talking about smile.gif He does it for the CPU too I think
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