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LT-73
01-24-03, 03:55 PM
I traded my visiontek gf4 ti4200 for this eVGA gf4 ti4400. Just modded the cooling on it. :D

Does 320/715.

Original:
http://thundr.250free.com/VC%20Original.jpg

Operation SupaCool:
http://thundr.250free.com/Operation%20Supercool.jpg

Da coola:
http://thundr.250free.com/SupaCoola.jpg

Da Coola2:
http://thundr.250free.com/SupaCoola2.jpg

LT-73
01-24-03, 03:59 PM
Success!:

New Home:
http://thundr.250free.com/VC%20Installed.jpg

Ramsinks:
http://thundr.250free.com/Ramsinks1.jpg

Be4:
http://thundr.250free.com/Be4.jpg

LT-73
01-24-03, 04:00 PM
After :
http://thundr.250free.com/after1.jpg

http://thundr.250free.com/after2.jpg

maybe down the line some i'll vmod the gpu and memory :D

SLK
01-24-03, 04:00 PM
Rofl!. it almost takes up 3 slots-lol

But is nice!

Hmm, im surprised Evga didnt put there copper cooler on it.

LT-73
01-24-03, 04:03 PM
Ya, i know lol. The cooling is most xcellent!

SLK
01-24-03, 04:04 PM
Hey send me the stock cooler. Could always use a spare:p ;)

LT-73
01-24-03, 04:08 PM
Originally posted by SLK
Hey send me the stock cooler. Could always use a spare:p ;)

Nahhhh, you don't want that pos. It was makin some crazy noise. Sounded like a dying cat or something, lmao.

SLK
01-24-03, 04:09 PM
haha, mine works fine. U probibly got a bad egg. I do believe that card is reference design too. U got some 3dmarks yet?

Brent
01-24-03, 04:11 PM
nvidia freak

YeOldeStonecat
01-24-03, 04:19 PM
Nice job!

And the little guy sittin' on top of the card (backside)....that mod really does help a lot. I have an old slot-1 Celery stock fan and shroud on mine...really does make a difference. After all, heat rises!. That backside of the card does take a lot of heat.

SLK
01-24-03, 04:58 PM
evga does make sickening fast cards! 10k at default speeds is awesome for me on a ti4200

Migra
01-24-03, 11:52 PM
Now that does look nice! When are we getting the 3dmarks??

Mehmet
01-24-03, 11:57 PM
isnt that sorta overkill though? isnt that silverorb?

Shagster
01-25-03, 12:17 AM
I have a gainward ti4200 and i took the stock cooler and put it on the back side of the gpu with some artic silver and i put a vantec copper chipset cooler on the front with thermal tape (couldnt find screws to fit the holes). and i put collermaster copper ram sinks on the ram. Its running at 310/540 and when you feel all the sinks they are cold stiff from the fan coverage in that area.

LT-73
01-25-03, 02:05 AM
Thanx guyz. Sry i did'nt get back sooner. I had to format and having raid it took forever. Did all my updates and re-installed most of my programs from scratch. Haven't had the chance to run 3D's or sandra benchies.

Hey mehmet, it's not overkill when you consider i'm gonna vmod it. I have a friend who ordered the volt modding parts for his gf4's ti4400 & 4600. He's getting extra 5k ohm variable resistors which he said he's gonna let me have to vmod my card. This is where i got all my info and ideas during my research:

http://www.xbitlabs.com/video/visiontek-gf4ti4400/

Kinda awsome don't you think? :D

YARDofSTUF
01-25-03, 08:20 AM
needs more cooling on the back side.

LT-73
01-25-03, 10:50 AM
Originally posted by YARDofSTUF
needs more cooling on the back side.


Got it covered! ;)