How to cool memory on graphic cards

Hi Everybody,

I was wondering if somebody could help me regarding the cooling of the memory on the graphic card.
I took back the chip-memory cooler from the graphic card and added the Innovatek cooling system for Geforce3. It works fine but the cooler only touch the CPU and not the memory next to it. When I try to overclock the graphic card, the PC freeze quickly. Certainly from the memory not cooled anymore. Is there any system to use my watercooling to cool the memory too.
I thought to use the original cooler and to replace the fan by the innovatek cooler on it...

Any idea would be grateful !

Thanks
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  1. i'm just using small aluminum heatsinks on all my memory
  2. Like recruit I am also using small aluminum heatsinks.
  3. You'll have to make your own watercooled memory heatsinks.

    I have had the idea in my head of doing this, I figure I could take a large diameter copper tube and slide it though some pre-drilled square blocks that would be clamped onto the memory chips.

    If you don't want to de that, then you'll have to get some <A HREF="http://www.highspeedpc.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=HSPC&Product_Code=RAMsinksBga&Category_Code=VCC" target="_new">aluminum heatsinks</A> and some <A HREF="http://www.highspeedpc.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=HSPC&Product_Code=ASTA&Category_Code=AS" target="_new">thermal epoxy</A>
  4. Well you could build your own watercooling block for the memory or just put small heatsinks on them.

    My CPU fan spins so fast that it creates a wormhole :eek:
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