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post #121 of 140
Is there any way to keep the evga 680 backplate mounted when ATTII is installed?
post #122 of 140
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Is there any way to keep the evga 680 backplate mounted when ATTII is installed?
A few little zip ties does the trick
post #123 of 140
Thanks!
Actually the 4 main screws that hold the ATTII mounting bracket hold the backplate just fine.

Also, use the included glue / compound mix. Don't use tape (things were falling off with the akasa thermal tape, the glue seems to work x1000 better for me).
post #124 of 140
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Is there any way to keep the evga 680 backplate mounted when ATTII is installed?

You can just use the Backplate. I have a Zotac GTX 680 4GB and ordered a EVGA Backplate with it. Hes is some photos of it.
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I used some M2.5 nuts to attach the backplate. I did the same on my old 580 which also had a EVGA Backplate.
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post #125 of 140
Thanks. I used the 4 screws that came with the ATTII and the hold the backplate and the heatsink itself just fine. smile.gif
post #126 of 140
Anyone knows if Arctic Cooling Xtreme Plus I with VR004 is compatible with GTX 660 TI?
VR004 uses 58.4x58.4mm for GTX 480, GTX 570 GTX 580.
I have this cooler from GTX 560 TI and im thinking to buy a GTX 660 TI.
In official website this product is descontinued, but i really want to sure about compatibility with new Kepler card,
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post #127 of 140
Do you use alternate compound or you use the glue attached in the cooler's box?
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Well here it is =] I did remove the thermal pad that came on the Backplate as i got a bad experience with it on my 580 aswell. They are leaking oil, nothing to worry about, but it all becomes a mess. I only added thermal pads for the memory.
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Why is there tape on the backplate?

Anyway did you use tape below vrm/mem and then place the sinks on those? Double sided tape?
Thickness?
post #129 of 140
Since no one bothered to reply Ill ask another question -

CAN YOU MOUNT THE REFERENCE COOLER BACK ON THE PCB IF **** WOULD HIT THE FAN?

And how much of that mixing glue thingie do you get? Is it alot or just a very small amount?
post #130 of 140
Question guys the pre applied thermal. is it supposed to be so much? I mean its much bigger than the gpu surface shiny thingy.

Quick reply please Im currently waiting for my heatsinks to dry and I need to know if I can scrape some of the thermal grease off the cooler or if it should let it be. IS IT NON CONDUCTIVE?
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