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Old 08-20-2006, 09:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 6800 heatsinks

I tried to find something about this on google but failed.

Does anyone know of a site that goes into the details of succesfully taking the heatsink off a 6800 card? I'd like to take it off and apply some better thermal compound to see if I can push it further.

My new cooling system owns and I'd like to do this just to see how awesome I can overclock my card.

My cooling system consists of open case + 18 inch fan blowing into the case, lowered the temperatures a great deal (I only turn on the fan in games though since it's kind of annoying).

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unscrew everything on the back of the card...

thats about it O_o

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ya its not hard at all.
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