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Thermalright SI-97 GPU Cooler Mod
The stock coolers on most graphics cards barely do the job. If you are into overclocking, you would most certainly opt for a third-party cooler from the likes of Zalman or Arctic Cooling.
But for a select group of extreme overclockers who enjoy voltage-modding their cards for the extra edge, even third-party coolers just won't hack it.
Today, Max_87 shows us just how easy it is to mod a Thermalright SI-97 CPU cooler into an awesome GPU cooler capable of handling even voltage-modded cards! "
Direct URL - http://www.rojakpot.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=246
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