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Does anybody know if these things fit perfectly on the mosfets that come stock with the heat tube on them? The ones right next to the I/O shield? Like do they cover the mosfets completely and keep them cool?

Here's the link: http://www.jab-tech.com/ENZOTECH-MST...k-pr-4182.html

The stock cooling on the 780i is horrible so I am putting an HR-05 SLI with fan on the SB, waterblock on the NB, i just need something good for the mosfets. All I have right now that I could put on the mosfets until something that I order comes is.. http://www.petrastechshop.com/enbmpufocora.html.

As for the top mosfet that come with the same cooler as the 680i, is it necessary to change that? Those do not seem to get very hot. I know there is the ViperJohn's kit that goes on both of them, but I cannot afford to pay 50 bucks right now. Trying to go with a cheap / efficient way.
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the mosfet heatsink should fit perfectly
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post #3 of 7
The enzo kit here will fit on the side IO mosfets. If the top side mosfets don't get hot, then there's no need to replace it.
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those are both the same mosfet heatsink
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those are both the same mosfet heatsink
I know that. I was simply making it clear which enzo kit I was talking about since he mentioned two different ones.
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okay well i am ordering it today then, but i just got all my stuff and http://www.petrastechshop.com/enbmpufocora.html was part of it. If I put 3-4 of these lined up do you think that would be good enough for now? Probably for three days then I would take them off and put the full mosfet heatsink on.
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YAY! http://www.petrastechshop.com/thhrmocot4.html Finally HR-09 Type 4 is out!! Came out in June, it was not out a couple days ago. I am going to get this for sure instead of http://www.petrastechshop.com/enmsmohekit.html.
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