I have a GeForce 6800XT, some cheap make. The fan seems to be getting quite loud, so i checked it out, nothing is loose or anythig, is it possible to replace or fix?
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I really advise against changing your GPU cooler, unless you know exactly what your doing you will cook your card.
Yeah the card doesnt work overtime, i don't play games on it. I used to but not anymore. I will try a dry fan Thanks.
Edited by Titan8990, 08 October 2007 - 02:25 PM.
Unless it becomes unbearable it's not really worth the risk. Also, a decent GPU cooler costs $50 or more, in which case you might as well just get a new card for a bit more. Secondly, I'm not sure where you would find a aftermarket GPU cooler for that card as it is older and you will generallyl only find a aftermarket cooling for newer cards.
it's just a bit of a pain when it goes so loud. Can you maybe point me in the general direction of a good way to change it or should i just leave it alone?
Edited by Titan8990, 08 October 2007 - 03:18 PM.
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