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Looking for cooling for 6600(agp)

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I OCd my 6600 agp, to 500/500 and im getting idles of 60 and loads of up to 74,
im just wondering what would be my best option of additional cooling? because to me those temps seem high,

also as a side note how high can i OC my memory on the 6600 because to see i went up to like 750 and it kinda messed up, so any input on that would be great
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post #2 of 5
I would go with the zalman vf700-cu. Also the memory speed is going to depend on the card type. Please fill out your user specs in your profile.
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ive updated my profile but its from memory, hmm here my card so any recommendations on memory overclocking would be appreciated : http://www.pny.com/products/verto/ma...00agp8x256.asp
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Did you use coolbits to get your OC options? If so use there detect and then move your memory up a little more each time and test. I use ATI tool to test for artifacts because it is quick.
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30gb OCZ vertex SSD, 2x80gb Hitachi RAID 0 Plextor DVD-R Windows 7 64bit Ultimate Emachines 22" 5ms 
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hmm ill try that, thanks for the help
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