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Does any have this thing? It looks like it would be a great solution for a single replacement for my stock 5770. But they don't have a compatibility list for ATI yet. Pictures would nice if you got. I did seriously think about getting one if it doesn't stick out over the top for the card and performs well.

EDIT:Added a link.
http://www.zerotherm.net/eng/product/CM4000.asp
Edited by animal0307 - 1/7/11 at 10:46pm
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does it come with ram sinks? doesn't look like it does.
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I have no idea. I haven't found any reviews for it. If It doesn't they can always be bought. But it sucks to have to buy more parts for something that should have had them to begin with.
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I have two of them. The box states that it's for the GTX 460 / GTS 450 (which are non-reference cards). I know for a fact that the hole pattern on my GTX 460 is the same as my old ATI 4850, so this cooler will fit that card, but the instructions are only for the 460 and 450 cards, and it includes ram heatsinks, but no VRM heatsinks. Plus, there are screws that are used for the 460 and others for the 450, so depending on which card you own, you'll end up not using some of the screws and spacers. Thankfully I had bought an Arctic Cooling heatsink kit for the 460 a few months back.



This cooler is awesome looking. The fan connector also plugs right into the PCB on the GTX 460

    
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Zerotherm won a thermal review in their homeland. They are pretty quiet and university approved.
I actually think the solution can actually be the best air cooling heatpipe-fan orientation there is if installed on a btx or inverted atx chassis.
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I have two of them. The box states that it's for the GTX 460 / GTS 450 (which are non-reference cards). I know for a fact that the hole pattern on my GTX 460 is the same as my old ATI 4850, so this cooler will fit that card, but the instructions are only for the 460 and 450 cards, and it includes ram heatsinks, but no VRM heatsinks. Plus, there are screws that are used for the 460 and others for the 450, so depending on which card you own, you'll end up not using some of the screws and spacers. Thankfully I had bought an Arctic Cooling heatsink kit for the 460 a few months back.



This cooler is awesome looking. The fan connector also plugs right into the PCB on the GTX 460

Those are just sick looking. it is a shame I orders a couple of Setsugen 2'. Which by the way preform outstandingly. You wouldn't happen to have any pictures of the mount process?

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Zerotherm won a thermal review in their homeland. They are pretty quiet and university approved.
I actually think the solution can actually be the best air cooling heatpipe-fan orientation there is if installed on a btx or inverted atx chassis.
Now that you mention it heatpipes on GPU coolers are installed "inefficiently". Good thing I own an inverted case.
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Now that you mention it heatpipes on GPU coolers are installed "inefficiently". Good thing I own an inverted case.
Lucky you! I wish CM stacker was an option for me...
Just to be clear, I'm saying you need to install any heatsink above the gpu in regard to earth's gravity. Otherwise the wick cannot pour back efficiently, according to Tom's reviews and some Thermalright Hr-03 fun I had with hd 4890(geez, that card sounds like a a grinding machine with reference heatsink).
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Oh I understand exactly what you are saying. The heat pipes are pooling in the cool stops and therefore greatly reducing the efficiency on the heatpipe for heat travel
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Those are just sick looking. it is a shame I orders a couple of Setsugen 2'. Which by the way preform outstandingly. You wouldn't happen to have any pictures of the mount process?



Now that you mention it heatpipes on GPU coolers are installed "inefficiently". Good thing I own an inverted case.
Yep. I did a big write up on them in this thread: http://www.overclock.net/14388172-post378.html

I'm glad the Setsugen 2's are working for you. I was just about to buy them (had them in the shopping cart $39 from Directron, no tax, + Less than $7 shipping for two) when I found the ZEROtherm's at Newegg. I must have bought the last two as Newegg deactivated it from their site.




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Nice write up. It's a shame these are only for the 450/460. With them being single only dual slot solutions they could be a great replacement for stock coolers.
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