So for prople who will be satisfied with “inaudible” rather than “silent” cooling of their video card, I think this is the way to go. So, I made a quick fix that might be good enough for a lot of you silencer folks. For example, they’ll appear in a 3D game and I can walk around in the map, and the odd triangle moves appropriately: It looks smaller than the MSI heatsink and is made of Aluminium. The heatsink warmed up quickly, and within 10 minutes it was too hot to touch comfortably for more than a few seconds at a time.

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Okay, reverting nx6600gt-btd128 So the problems could be due to something other than the card. The triangles I see are not flashing, they are permanent, and sometimes texture-mapped. No artifacts after 30 minutes of play time, so it gets a tentative thumbs-up from me! You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.

So I dropped it down to 5V and went back into Doom 3. For instance, videocards are shipping with bigger and bolder heatsinks that only a few years ago seemed unimaginable. That copper cooler is probably g.

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First few nights I spent just getting the software to not crash involved doing some crazy stuff to my Flash plugin and then when it worked, it received pretty much nx660gt-vtd128 from the video card, and despite my fudging with drivers of all sorts finally fell back to trying two different MSi-released versions of the ForceWarethe stupid software just wouldn’t listen to my card.


This seems a little warm to me. It didn’t look like it nx6600vt-vtd128 doing anything at all. It’ll take some time to get this straightened out, but for now it doesn’t appear that heat was the problem. A hotter ambient temperature might make this setup unsustainable. Theres also a SmartFan feature that controls the fan depending on the temperatures. Mon Jan 10, 4: Well, here’s what my eyes show me: I switched to the alternate provided ms heat-sink base and it worked fine.

For example, it’s incompatible with my Samsung Spinpoint hard drives I’m using a Promise controller and with the Netgear Fast Ethernet card.

The errors in 3DMark were also part of the world, for example the turtle in Mother Nature had weird spikes as shoulder pads that moved along with his flippers. Could you imagine a dual-slot cooler in the first days of the GeForce? Videocards follow the same pattern but just as often a small revolution takes place. I suppose it’s possible that vsync is the cause of the problem, but I doubt it. I already outlined how much time and energy I’ve spent trying to get the temp.


MSI NX6600GT GeForce 6600 GT (AGP 8x, 128MB)

Sat Jan 22, 1: The heatsink has a small bit of dark-gray thermal paste for the core, and some thermal pads nx6600gt-vhd128 each of the four memory squares. With the fan at 12V, I sometimes see stray polygons. It’s not terrible, but it was totally unacceptable to me. I trust Ed more than I trust myself, sometimes.

The fanmate is set a bit below 8V, tested with a multimeter.

Does the MSI heatsink cover the memory as well? So far, my testing has been done in an open case with ambient temperatures of about 20C.

Do you have a suggestion for one who does not have the rubber nubs you’ve used? I would print a screenshot, but my latest driver switch to The bridge chip didn’t get any airflow with the original fan, whereas it gets a slight breeze with the 80mm fan.

It’s probably a slight incompatibility with my motherboard Some games show it occasionally, others rarely, still others like 3DMark03 constantly and in the same place each time.