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XFX Radeon HD4650 cooling

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Is there anything I can do to mod the cooling on this thing? I've already added a bigger / fast fan and it didn't really seem to help at all. It runs way to hot for my comfort zone (Talking about 50*C idle temps) and it's not even overclocked or anything. My case cooling is fine, Plenty of air floor on / around the card itself.
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Have you try reseating the card with new TIM?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

Have you try reseating the card with new TIM?

Sorry, I am confused? Do what now? Haha
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Sorry, I am confused? Do what now? Haha

Take out the heatsink and reapply thermal compound. In my experience sometimes they will add too much of the compound, reduces cooling performance instead.
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Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

Take out the heatsink and reapply thermal compound. In my experience sometimes they will add too much of the compound, reduces cooling performance instead.

Ah, Alright. Will do. But I think the heatsink is just too small for this card. Haha
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