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tio

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Jan 19, 2003
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Hyrule
Here's a link explaining them. Apparently, they are fairly effective for cooling graphics cards. A lot of people using the Zalman heatpipe cooler for graphics cards have said it does a really good job of keeping their card cool.
 

jlin453

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Sep 18, 2002
Location
Austin, Texas
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I bought mine b/c I couldn't stand the noise from stock cooler. Installation is easy,but took longer than I expected. It's hard applying so much AS3 :D

But yeah, it's great. Only thing is, even though I made sure to tighten all the screws, the plates move a tiny bit if i push it.

btw, my videocard is at 315mhz no problem(stock is 250), around the same overclock I had on my old stock cooler.

oh yeah, me having a cheap generic case is also biting me in the butt. Because the Zalman takes up the pci space below it, I don't have room for another PCI slot because of my pump :( Gotta find a way to fit a tv tuner card in there....