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http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-MSI-N470GTX-...Video_TV_Cards

"Buy" is trying to sell them for $380 shipped.

Oh I see, they f'ed up
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Ordered mine yesterday from Amazon. "Temporarily out of stock." = delivery date of August 11-13, 2010. Still at 259.00 with free 2-day Prime Shipping.
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Just thought I would like to mention one thing before you guys complain that your cards overclock like balls and so forth. The stock TIM is very thick and I'm starting to think they are compensating for something here. See pic below.

This is the second fermi card I've experienced that has done this with the HSF. An easy fix with some light lapping on it and you'll need to file down the mounting studs a hair as well.
Has anyone on OCN opened theirs up to see the stock TIM and see how it was spread? I'd be curious to know if they truly do need to be lapped or if applying a better TIM will work wonders?
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Ordered mine yesterday from Amazon. "Temporarily out of stock." = delivery date of August 11-13, 2010. Still at 259.00 with free 2-day Prime Shipping.

This means when they go back on sale newegg will compete and list theirs again @ $260. yayy! I dont think I wanna wait so Ill stupidly pay the extra for two days sooner. Me+Computer parts=Things not getting done. I still have to order that MountainMods case too......Oh god my wife is gonna take everything I have because of everything I have
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Has anyone on OCN opened theirs up to see the stock TIM and see how it was spread? I'd be curious to know if they truly do need to be lapped or if applying a better TIM will work wonders?
It would be great if anyone had any experience with this yet. I get my card tomorrow, and wont take it apart or anything like that till i'm sure i'm up and running.
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I'm legitimately concerned about temps now and the effectiveness of the twin frozr II cooler.. Replacing tim should not be hard.. but I wouldn't really know where to go with lapping the gpu hsf
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I'm legitimately concerned about temps now and the effectiveness of the twin frozr II cooler.. Replacing tim should not be hard.. but I wouldn't really know where to go with lapping the gpu hsf
I'm not sure where you're getting this nonsense from but there is no need to replace the TIM or lap it. Mine is completely stock and I ran a very heavy overclock for testing purposes on this thread without ever going over 81C (they are rated to 105c). If you want to replace the TIM you can, lapping is overkill, but they are just fine stock.
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Wow! I just went and looked at saw the price on newegg, $309. I bought a couple on Friday for $260.

Thanks for telling me to get them quick guys
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post #969 of 5083
I just lapped my HSF and the mounts on it. It was soooooooo loose I didn't even want to power it up to see the temps.

So I done this...



and the results are this...

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I don't understand...So is the cooler not as great as it's supposed to be?
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