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From the reviews it sounds really good, but I really don't know all that much about replacing the cooler of a card. Although I just want to be sure you know that removing the card voids the warranty. Though if you fooled around with it when you were cleaning it, it may already be voided.
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I did not remove the fan I just simply took a bike pump and got rid of alot
of dust build up and then set up that fan to aim at the system. Still getting a
little high in game (70) but the new cooler will most likely fix that. :whistling:
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70 isn't awful, before you take the plunge for the money, I'd install as many case fans as possible and put the side back on and see what kind of temps you get.
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I already have 6 case fans.
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lol, ok then good luck with the new cooler on your video card when you mount it on.
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Hey thanks for your help. :whistling:
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no problem, glade I could help.
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