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Cooling for x1800xt

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Im looking for some better cooling than this stock crap that came with my card. I looked into watercooling but decided that would be two expensive.

What air cooling would be the best with limited space?

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Im looking for some better cooling than this stock crap that came with my card. I looked into watercooling but decided that would be two expensive.

What air cooling would be the best with limited space?

Ozzi
The Zalman VF700-cu
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Ill give you a big cookie if you give me a link.

What about the artic coolers? I thought they were suppose to be good?
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The Zalman VF700-cu
I'll second the Zalman opinion
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(: = Cookie!

Is it the same size as the stock cooler on here or am I not gonna have enough space on my mobo for 2 x1800xts when i finnaly get a second.
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You should have enough space for CrossFire, that board has extra wide PCIe spacing right? (I think it does) anyways I have always liked the AC silencers (use one myself) but alot of people on this forum swear by the Zalman and I haven't actually used it so I don't know.
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You should have enough space for CrossFire, that board has extra wide PCIe spacing right? (I think it does) anyways I have always liked the AC silencers (use one myself) but alot of people on this forum swear by the Zalman and I haven't actually used it so I don't know.
Meh, It would be nice to know which will get me better temps.
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