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Thread: Custom aircooling build on Cnc Machine - 570GTX

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    Custom aircooling build on Cnc Machine - 570GTX

    Hello,
    for any time i have build a Ram and Mosfet passivdevice for my Palit 570GTX. I hoped i can overclock, but the potential of the card is not comfortable. Just the card work on standardsettings.

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    After the production i search a gpucooler for the GPU. I have bought a Arctic Cooling Accelero Twin. As thermal grease, i take only the best and original Coollaboratory Liquid Pro. Ram and Mosfet i take thermal pads from Phobya in 0.5mm thickness. But we have a problem. I dont notice the temperature before and after the modification O.o I can make any tests, but i have no desire^^ Important is, the card is quieter and cooler. And this has been reached.
    Any pix about mounting.

















    Best regards Marc

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    Real sweet looking billet heatsink.

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    Really nice Marc!!!

    What did it cost approximately ?

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    The Accelero will be cost 40€
    Liquid Pro costless; directly from my friend Michael(Head of business - Coollaboratory)
    Pads around 5€ by Aquatuning
    ~15€ for Aluminium
    0€ mounting Kit (take this by a waterblock)

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    What weight and dimensions did the aluminium block have ? 15€ seems to be friendly price for building such a nice heatsink...

    CNC service would cost more that the material, but i guess you're affiliated somehow with the cnc-shop, correct?

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    The measure is aprox. 120xx220x15mm. These are aprox. 1Kg.
    I dont work with the cnc shop :-( but its a nice dream :-)

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    Really nice Marc, i mean it....glad to see such creations...

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