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What country are those prices in? I'd like to do a conversion before I consider purchasing anything.

in south africa..the website is currently down..i suggest you look him up on twitter or facebook...he is legit as i verified it with MDPC-X before contacting him
post #8472 of 8630
Just pulled the trigger on a H100iV2, Kraken G2, CLU and a 2mm copper shim.

I'll post back the results once I get the time to assemble everything.

Hopefully I'll get mid 40s under load on my GTX1080 FTW thumb.gif
post #8473 of 8630
any one here ever used grizzly thermal solutions? i just received my samples today....now just got to wait for funds to get final items...
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I have no experience with grizzly, but the price seems decent in my area.

It is pretty quiet in this thread.

I have managed my best with air cooling(replaced the stock cooler because it was louder/hotter than expected) only on my 1070. So far it works very well.

Mono Plus

Could use some extra VRM cooling.

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Does anyone have a good idea of where I could get something like this for my brand new H60 for my older MSI Twin Frozr 560Ti?
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2) Zip Ties and Mounting Rings (or custom mounting rings.)

So far the mod has been done mostly using zip ties to fastened the cooler to the card. However there is an excellent bracket made by a fellow OCN Artisan that has made custom mounting rings to attach. See his information here. I would highly recommend Dwood's bracket.

In the USA places such as Home Depot, Lowes and some of the auto parts stores like Autozone carry them in bulk with and assortment of different sizes.

I posted on Richie's thread, but he seems to be busy ATM and I am looking for anything made of metal. It doesn't need to be pretty, I just need it to be secure and safe long term so I can forget about it. Also, cheap... this isn't for a gaming rig.
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You can try this thing.

www.ebay.com/itm/361468750430

The price is right.

I am looking for something like this, but hoping for something that will use 4 screws, and ensure even pressure on the entire plate/GPU

Anyone have links?
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post #8477 of 8630
Just cut it out of steel. Get screws in a hardware store. What is not very user friendly is that you have to use screw and a nut and hold both to tighten it where as the usual brackets have the thread machined into the steel and no nuts to hold.
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Ya, but without tools and all of those negatives I would much rather spend $10 or so on a set of 4 screws and a plate of some kind
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post #8479 of 8630
I am going to be doing the zip tie method on my EVGA SC+ 980 Ti tomorrow. I have a Corsair H70 with replaced tubing + added reservoir that I will be using, plus the AMD bracket to scavenge the metal retention ring from. Is there any tips that I should be aware of before undertaking this?

I have leak tested the loop outside of my case and plan to position a fan to blow air directly on my voltage regulators. Leaks and poor secondary component temperatures seemed to be the obvious stuff to get out of the way.
post #8480 of 8630
Take your time, enjoy the experience and take lots of pics

Cant wait to see it
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