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    best cooling solution for a geforce4 ti 4400?

    i was curious what was the best cooling soluation that you guys would recommend for my geforce4 ti 4400. i am wanting to replace the fan and heatsink and wanted to know what would work the best. my geforce4 has been plagued by the heat and i need something to keep it nice and cool (i am not talking about water cooling cause i am a poor college student) thanks for any suggestions.
    by the way, i am not much into the whole being super creative with duct tape, string, and all those other fancy materials
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    Thermaltake has a copper cooler I bought for my GF4 TI 4200, it probably made a 5% improvement, it comes with ramsinks tailored for the ram on TI 4400 or 4600 cards, but I used them anyway on my TI4200.
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    Liquid Helium (4K I believe). Commonly used for the inner coolant on NMR and NMI machines.


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    thanks for the advice. my new fan & heatsink is on it's way as we speak. i'll have to let you know how it goes...
    asus ncch-dl 2 x intel xeon 3.2 (sl7td) @ 3.6 (16*225) 4 x 512 mb corsair pc3200 2.5-3-3-6 ati r9800 pro 256 mb 2 x wd 74 gb raptor (raid 0) winxp pro sp2

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