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pelting a ti4200

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DRaZZ

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Joined
Jul 2, 2001
Location
wolverhampton, england
hey guys, i can get a 56w pelt, and im getting my ti4200 on monday, is that 56w pelt gunna chill it enough to get optimal overclock ? and what kinda heatsink could i use to keep the pelt cool enough ?
cheers
DRaZZ
 

Kato

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Nov 29, 2001
Location
Toronto, Canada
Are you going to air cool that pelt or using water? If you are using air, try not to go over anything bigger than a 80W, over that and your hotside would be too hot for air..
 

Samoyed

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Joined
Oct 20, 2002
Location
VA
I have noticed that OCing the core doesnt help performance that much but OCing the memory really does. Does that Pelt cover the memory too?? Also for the price of that Pelt u can probaby get a GF 4600.