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    6800 3rd Party coolers

    Are there any out yet? the stock one on my 6800GT is way to loud, I can hear it over the 4 120mm fans in my system
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    DangerDen water is the best way to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by David
    DangerDen water is the best way to go
    Seconded. Would be able to get some nice clocks off it aswell with water on it, then you could do away with those 120mm fans (well, some of them anyway)

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    Dangerden :E

    http://www.wizarddesigns.co.uk/blocks2.htm

    If your not bothered about size, use a slk800 + fan.. that will cool it very well too... less than water, but still very good.

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    I don't see one 68xx cooler on that page

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    There are two blocks for the 6800 out at the moment, the Innovatek and the Danger Den, both blocks are superior to the air cooling solution offered on the reference board. The Innovatek offers voltage regulation cooling (which in turn makes it more fiddly to install), GPU and BGA cooling, the DD offers GPU and BGA cooling.

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    well ive got my cpu and NB watercooled but im not that fussed about watercooling the vid card, just need a good lowish noise aircooler for it.
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    If youve already got watercooling then imo go all the way.
    The only decent third party cooler for gfx atm is the ACS, which is not THAT good anyway... - and it doesnt fit the 6800 either...

    Why w/c the nb and leave the gfx as normal anyway :E the n/b is one of the most pointless things to cool... they only make about 5-20w of heat.

    David - thats becuase there shop is still under construction and so hasnt been updated for a LONG time. I posted it merly to show that dd are not the only w/c company that exists. If you look on there forums, or contact them, I think they do sell more recent coolers, of which I expect some will be compatable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by |SilentDeath|
    If youve already got watercooling then imo go all the way.
    The only decent third party cooler for gfx atm is the ACS, which is not THAT good anyway... - and it doesnt fit the 6800 either...

    Why w/c the nb and leave the gfx as normal anyway :E the n/b is one of the most pointless things to cool... they only make about 5-20w of heat.

    David - thats becuase there shop is still under construction and so hasnt been updated for a LONG time. I posted it merly to show that dd are not the only w/c company that exists. If you look on there forums, or contact them, I think they do sell more recent coolers, of which I expect some will be compatable.

    I know bud - I have an asetek one here... there are loads - I personally want the DD atm

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