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edit: ok seems the gpu run in underclock mode, the temps in oc mode got a lot worse. gona revert this trash mod again....
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I had tried the shroud mod and it worked before some weeks.Maybe i go ahead and try the fan mod too.
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I don't understand how you people with nice cases etc manage to have such bad temps....iv got a single fan in my sig rig's and all of them are at your modded temps or under...stock cooling low fan speeds etc
Mine is running at 710/1528/1200 @ 1300mv

Also, I haven't had my AC on, and it's quite hot.
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Thats what I was thinking of doing but I don't have a small enough screwdriver to open the shroud of my 9600gt.
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Thats what I was thinking of doing but I don't have a small enough screwdriver to open the shroud of my 9600gt.
Yeah, I used a small jewelers screwdriver, and then stuck it in the chuck a drill
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With the shroud off and the 80mm fans on does your card still exhaust hot air out of the back of the case?
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With the shroud off and the 80mm fans on does your card still exhaust hot air out of the back of the case?
Most of the air still seeps out the back. All the temps in my computer have dropped, GPU, CPU, HDD, NB..
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It takes up three slots, but SLI will still work fine in my 750i FTW
lol I have a 780a =)
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Mine is running at 710/1528/1200 @ 1300mv

Also, I haven't had my AC on, and it's quite hot.
Did you test the stability on it?!!!! I tried for a month trying to get 1512shaders on it and just couldn't.

Congrats...wow. I ran 729/1458/1053 (I don't oc memory) forever and couldn't get it higher.
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Fantastic. I just did this. Are pushing or pulling fans more efficient at cooling?
Edited by Deviance - 7/29/09 at 10:08pm
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