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    Question Albatron GeForce 4 ti 4200p turbo with Zalman ZM80C-HP?

    This is just a quick question. Is that heat sink compatible with gpx card?
    Or could I go for the ZM50-HP gold one? my card has push holes I just don?t know what sink to get seeing as I haven?t a clue what my card needs cooling wise, quietpc.com just gives details on GeForce FX and the lower GeForce 2.
    It?s getting real noisy and I need a quick way of quieting it fast before I go crazy!
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    dont know if it would fit ,but its a bit of an expensive way too quieten it down ,why not just mod a quiet 80mm fan to dangle underneath it with some wires? or get 1 of those pci brackets that has fans blowing across the cards?

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    B3Nji, if you have 2 standard-placed mounting holes on the card then you can use a ZM80C - but be wary, you might need to somehow remove the card's ramsuinks to fit it on.

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    It all Sounds a bit daunting i think ill try da_ging idea for now, I don?t want to mess about with the ram sinks for now, seeing as I have just fixed my rig from freezing all the time! Don?t really want to get myself into another mess. Thanks for the input though directhex . Much appreciated

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