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    Is there replacement cooling for 2900xt?

    I have a HIS 2900xt and want to know if there are any aftermarket coolers for it yet which cools it better and quietens the thing down?
    I do know everything, just not all at once. It's a virtual memory problem.

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    im pretty sure that there isnt much about. I saw an accelero model but dont think its around yet. Thermaltake have a version of the HR-03 which is for the 8800 but i havent seen any adaptors.

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    Re: Is there replacement cooling for 2900xt?

    With the previous gen you could change the temperature to fan speed % ratios using software tools, not sure if it is still possible for 2900 but if they are set conservatively you could try reducing them.

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    Re: Is there replacement cooling for 2900xt?

    Thermalright HR-03 only. I really doubt that any other currently existing heatsink can possible keep this beast from overheating even on stock clocks.

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    Re: Is there replacement cooling for 2900xt?

    after you posted this i did a bit of research as im sick of my GPU idling at 70. Thermaltake are int he process of developing or about to release something called the DuOrb which looks interesting. With 2 fans i do wonder how noisey it will be though.

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