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I was wondering how hard these to remove, in case of a RMA or something. I guess they should help cool down vrms on MSI gtx 560 twin frozr 2...
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It should be easy but it depends on the thermal tape you use.

I use Sekisui branded thermal tape and all you do is twist them left to right a few times before pulling them off. Clean it out with some Isopropyl alcohol and you're good to go!
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I had some Enzotech BCC9 sinks on my 280 years ago. They come with the thermal tape already attached, I believe it was a 3M brand. They are removable if needed, I use the same method mark posted.
They really did adhere well though, so I was very careful when twisting them off.
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