changing graphic card fan Tags: Heatsinks Fan Graphics Cards Zalman Overclocking Last response: November 3, 2006 4:03 AM in Overclocking Share jimmy7 November 3, 2006 3:43:46 AM How diffilcult would it be to change the fan on a Saphire 1900xtx card? I'm thinking of using a Zalman fan. More about : changing graphic card fan uber_g November 3, 2006 4:03:38 AM Quote:How diffilcult would it be to change the fan on a Saphire 1900xtx card? I'm thinking of using a Zalman fan. its easy, u unscrew wipre of that stickies thermal paste, apply fresh thermal paste and put the new heatsink in i believe zalman has instructions on how to do it Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedChanging Graphic Card Forum How to change r9 290 graphics card fan speed Forum SolvedChanging the Graphic Card And Driver? Forum SolvedHow to Change the Default Fan speed on Two Pin Graphics Card Connector Forum Graphics Card Fan Won't Change/Increase Forum Solvedhow to restore external graphic card after changing os Forum Solvedchanging a PCIe 2.0 Graphic Card for a PCIe 3.0 on a P7P55D MB Forum SolvedChanging laptop graphic card Forum SolvedCHanging Graphic card Forum Solvedchanging graphic card Forum SolvedDoes changing graphics card require changing power supply? Forum SolvedChanging OEM Graphics card and Power supply. Mother Board help. Forum SolvedGraphic cards for upgrades/Changing Nvidia GT210 to ? Forum SolvedNew Graphic Card's(AMD/Ati R7 240 1gb DDR5 with boost)fan starts and stops Forum SolvedChanging default graphics card (Oculus Rift DK2 related) Forum SolvedNo suitable display resolutions after changing graphics card? Forum SolvedChanging graphics card from gtx760 to gtx780, will a thermaltake 550watt psu be enough?? Forum Graphics card: Overheat - change fan speed - normal heat. Forum SolvedChanging Graphic Cards Forum SolvedQuestion About Changing Gateway laptop NE56R41u Graphics Card Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !