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Try and look for enzotech MOS-C10 or MOS-C1 mosfet cooling heatsinks, that's what i have (C10) on my Palit.
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Enzotech has no reseller in Bulgaria, where I am from, so I called some local PC stores for solution and one of them recommended these OEM vrm heatsinks :http://www.dekada.com/catalog/vga-coolers-c-32.html

There are 2 types - large and small. How many do you think I need in my case and which size?
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Enzotech has no reseller in Bulgaria, where I am from, so I called some local PC stores for solution and one of them recommended these OEM vrm heatsinks :http://www.dekada.com/catalog/vga-coolers-c-32.html

There are 2 types - large and small. How many do you think I need in my case and which size?
Try and get the RSH-02, the 8 heatsinks should be enough for your mems since you have 8 ICs in there. I would also get 8 pcs. of the OEM BGA Heatsink Aluminum for your mosfets.
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Thanks for helping me Mark! Heatsinks for the memory I already have from the DeepCool v4000 set, and the OEM BGA Heatsinks are out of stock everywhere here. What do you think of this Arctic Cooling set , it is exactly for GTX460 and is at good price. I can use whatever I need from it : http://www.dekada.com/catalog/vr-hea...460-p-991.html
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Yeah that kit will do the trick for you... you could even use some of the left overs to whack on your mobo VRMs too
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Try and look for enzotech MOS-C10 or MOS-C1 mosfet cooling heatsinks, that's what i have (C10) on my Palit.
I think the enzotech BMR-C1 will work better on your mosfets if you have a reference layout 460. They are spaced so a 14x14 mm brick will cover each triplet of mosfets. Those 460s have really hot vrms. My gpu runs at 60c load but the vrms go up to 90c+ measured with a infrared thermometer. The added heatsinks merely bring the temps down to 74c, even with all 8 sinks placed on open spaces on the pcb.
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I thought I would finally post some pics of my failed 120mm fan + stock Palit Sonic Platinum Cooler experiment. I guess the good news is that I have some sort of VRM cooling now







Enjoy my little failure
    
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I thought I would finally post some pics of my failed 120mm fan + stock Palit Sonic Platinum Cooler experiment. I guess the good news is that I have some sort of VRM cooling now







Enjoy my little failure
I believe your Palit is the one with heat pipes shouldn't it perform much better with the original fan?

anyway how is the temp? is it as bad as the previous result? did you mount the fan as intake or exhaust?
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Yes, it was my conclusion that the stock fan is much better than an aftermarket 120 with the stock heatsink. The fan was blowing down on the card.

I honestly think a good 80mm fan (or 2) might be better. I think too much of the air blows over the top of the card with a 120.
    
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Yes, it was my conclusion that the stock fan is much better than an aftermarket 120 with the stock heatsink. The fan was blowing down on the card.

I honestly think a good 80mm fan (or 2) might be better. I think too much of the air blows over the top of the card with a 120.
how I wish they sell those heat sink on your palit. I would just buy it and replace my silly black aluminum heat sink on my palit 2gb
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