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Hello
I just wanted to ask if anyone from you is using the combo mentioned in topic.
If yes, do you have any pics where you've mounted all heatsinks from VR004 set?
On Arctic Cooling website there is manual for GTX480 only, also I haven't seen this card "naked" with applied VR004 set (and without AXP on it).
Links, pics - are very welcome, cause I want to change the cooling in proper way
Thank you in advance for help.
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i don't have pics since i don't own a 570...

but a can vertify that the VR004 is the set that you want....

Have a look here and look at the VR sets
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Be careful as quite a few people have killed their GTX 570s.
    
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Yes, yes, I know it fits for GTX480/GTX570/GTX580, just wanted to be sure that I do everything in proper way, when installing VR004 set (location of all provided heatsinks)

@ Raziel - I don't plan to do h-core overclocking. Maybe sth about 850MHz with voltage like 1.05V, and without disabling OCP. But thanks for the message
Edited by Colin_MC - 2/3/11 at 2:21am
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Yes, yes, I know it fits for GTX480/GTX570/GTX580, just wanted to be sure that I do everything in proper way, when installing VR004 set (location of all provided heatsinks)

@ Raziel - I don't plan to do h-core overclocking. Maybe sth about 850MHz with voltage like 1.05V, and without disabling OCP. But thanks for the message
But then why would you buy an aftermarket cooler? The stock cooler can easily do that, while still keeping the card relatively cool.

The only reason I can think of is the noise.
    
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A few watercooled cards have died from disabling the power limiter or going above 1.1v. I wouldn't put much stock in those claiming this to be a bad cooler because their card died after doing one or both.

I keep reading how quiet these cards are supposed to be at the stock 40% fanspeed. Even at 30% fanspeed I have to ask - are most people deaf?
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A few watercooled cards have died from disabling the power limiter or going above 1.1v. I wouldn't put much stock in those claiming this to be a bad cooler because their card died after doing one or both.

I keep reading how quiet these cards are supposed to be at the stock 40% fanspeed. Even at 30% fanspeed I have to ask - are most people deaf?
they are alot quieter then the 4xx range....

but the AXP cooler is the quietest of the lot...

i mean even my 480 is silent these days lol...
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But then why would you buy an aftermarket cooler? The stock cooler can easily do that, while still keeping the card relatively cool.

The only reason I can think of is the noise.
75-80 degrees is not so comfortable for me, when I had 65 on overclocked Zotac GTX470 Amp! (with Zalman cooler) with much less noise. And about the noise - I will write below.

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A few watercooled cards have died from disabling the power limiter or going above 1.1v. I wouldn't put much stock in those claiming this to be a bad cooler because their card died after doing one or both.

I keep reading how quiet these cards are supposed to be at the stock 40% fanspeed. Even at 30% fanspeed I have to ask - are most people deaf?
That's exactly my opinion. 40% is not quiet. 30% - it's quite good, but performance decreases
post #9 of 13
It fits a 580, and since the 570 uses the same PCB as the 580, it should fit just fine.
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It does fit the 570 fine, just follow the instuctions in the VR004 kit, they are exactly the same as the 4X0 series.

I had the AXP on my 570, it was very cool.... But strangley Overclocking ability was slightly worse than with stock cooler, i think because of the very weak VRM cooling.

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