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Thread: My Gpu Mod

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    I know the pics are quite terrible, so no need for complaining about that, but here are some pics of my modded 9600XT.
    I promised a few people to show them some pics, so I dug up a very old webcam and took these horrid quality pics, but you can at least get the idea!







    And last but not least, the results!



    The 28C is while running all day today including a bit of gaming, and also the card is OC'ed, not bad if I do say so myself!

    B)
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    That's awsome, how did you get the ramsinks that match the heatsink? thats cool.

    Can you get a pic of teh clips holding on the heatsink?

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    Originally posted by ROSSCO_2004@21 June 2004 - 15:13
    That's awsome, how did you get the ramsinks that match the heatsink? thats cool.

    Can you get a pic of teh clips holding on the heatsink?
    I took my time and looked around
    I'll see what I can do, I may have to take out the card for that, so I'll be 2 mins tops

    EDIT just remembered I don't have an old graphics card to use to take the pic while my card is out, so I can take pics, but they sure won't be good lol
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    Here you go Rossco, best I could do







    That what you wanted?

    The clips are just like a kind of pushpin type thing.
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    Originally posted by kaiweiler@21 June 2004 - 14:24
    Here you go Rossco, best I could do







    That what you wanted?

    The clips are just like a kind of pushpin type thing.
    are they just the normal type of pin you use to hold the stock heatsink on? or are they differnt?

    i still can't really tell what they are...and where did those loops come from on the side of the heatsink, did you weld those on or something?

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    Yes, I welded those loops on, did a fine job too

    and yeah the clips are almost identical to the stock ones, mine are just a bit longer then the ones I had with the stock heatsink.
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    Originally posted by kaiweiler@21 June 2004 - 14:39
    Yes, I welded those loops on, did a fine job too

    and yeah the clips are almost identical to the stock ones, mine are just a bit longer then the ones I had with the stock heatsink.
    ok well now atleast i know what to do. Maybe next (school) year I will be able to do welding in my tech classs again and i could weld that...which welder did you use? all the ones at my school would probably have melted at least a little bit of that metal before the loops were secured on...lol.

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    Sorry for the misunderstanding but I did not weld those on! notice the " " smiley, as in I was joking
    If you were to weld those on there would be no clips left at all, that metal is quite thin and would melt near instantly.
    I used this cement type stuff. It comes in two tubes and when the two components are mixed, it becomes rock solid
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    Originally posted by kaiweiler@21 June 2004 - 14:57
    Sorry for the misunderstanding but I did not weld those on! notice the " " smiley, as in I was joking 
    If you were to weld those on there would be no clips left at all, that metal is quite thin and would melt near instantly.
    I used this cement type stuff. It comes in two tubes and when the two components are mixed, it becomes rock solid
    lol i thought that at first, then i wasn't sure, lol.

    ok. Think epoxy glue would work? i think im gonna try that, one day...lol.

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    Radeon cards do have temp readers!
    9600XT and 9800XT only right?

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