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I wouldnt have gone that route if it was $20
Lol, why? My fiance (froggy1986 here at OCN), has 2 8600GTS's in SLI...and she runs quite well. She can play Crysis on all medium fluidly...scores just short of 9k in 3dmark...I almost broke 10k with them in my sig rig. I only paid $30 for both cards though .
 
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Last time I checked.....the 8800GT is a G92 . I'm unsure about the cooling for a GPU, I usually stick to stock...but I'm sure I could find out real quick (thanks OCN).
He's got a GTS g80 tho. lol. I was saying to replace his current cooler...
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To be fair to NitroDell, we all have done *at least once* some pretty silly things to our computers.

I remember one day way back when I accidentally flashed the wrong bios onto two motherboards, one right after the other
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He's got a GTS g80 tho. lol. I as saying to replace his current cooler...
Oops, my bad. I thought it was a 8800GT...thank you OCN thread naming!!! My bad!
 
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To be fair to NitroDell, we all have done *at least once* some pretty silly things to our computers.

I remember one day way back when I accidentally flashed the wrong bios onto two motherboards, one right after the other
true... I've certaily had my n00b moments aswell. I tried hooking up a 6800GT's power using a stand-by power cable molex connector, while the PSU was plugged in, powered, AND! I tried to put it in upside down.... *sigh* I hate teh smell of burning/melting electronics. Also massive artifacting...
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Lol, why? My fiance (froggy1986 here at OCN), has 2 8600GTS's in SLI...and she runs quite well. She can play Crysis on all medium fluidly...scores just short of 9k in 3dmark...I almost broke 10k with them in my sig rig. I only paid $30 for both cards though .
I know man I know. They arent that bad. I may consider one for teh soon to happen HDCP rig.. We discussed the 8600GT sli on the phone.
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To be fair to NitroDell, we all have done *at least once* some pretty silly things to our computers.

I remember one day way back when I accidentally flashed the wrong bios onto two motherboards, one right after the other
I can agree there....I remember on my first custom build I thought it was okay to solder fan wires with everything still installed in the rig. Long story short, solder dripped on motherboard, when the computer tried to turn on...it caught fire. I cried (wasn't more than 13, lol), my grandparents bought me new stuff, lol.

@NitroDell:
If you've got enough money to do so...I'd recommend you ATTEMPT to just put together a whole new build. New CPU, new motherboard, new RAM, keep your GPU (if its alive still), and probably even a new case.
 
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Some duct tape should do that 8800gts plastic shroud nicely
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Camera battery died. wow 7 pages at 4am lol. i am impressed. honestly i assumed this thread would go with no replies

As I sit right now it seems I should get.

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I can agree there....I remember on my first custom build I thought it was okay to solder fan wires with everything still installed in the rig. Long story short, solder dripped on motherboard, when the computer tried to turn on...it caught fire. I cried (wasn't more than 13, lol), my grandparents bought me new stuff, lol.

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If you've got enough money to do so...I'd recommend you ATTEMPT to just put together a whole new build. New CPU, new motherboard, new RAM, keep your GPU (if its alive still), and probably even a new case.
And get rid of the ruined stock fan cooler and put a nice aftermarket one on lol.
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