Aftermarket cooling for GTX 465

Does it even exist? I want the cooling that runs fairly quiet and able to keep my OC GTX 465 into below 80 degrees celcius.

I heard about liquid cooling. But how does it really work? Do I need a water tank? I never really own water cooling system besides Corsair H50 that is probably not a true liquid cooling.
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  1. You can try the new Zalman v3000f(something like that) cooler.
  2. Water Cooling a GPU isn't too bad, its acutally really nice looking, regardless if you don't already have a setup for it its going to be kind of costly.

    You can try something like this...

    http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling/540332-how-i-dropped-my-gtx-260-a.html

    I know you can do it a GTX470, so I don't know why it wouldn't work on a 465. Its worth a shot at least since you will be taking the card apart with an aftermarket cooler anyway.
  3. Tamz_msc said:
    You can try the new Zalman v3000f(something like that) cooler.


    Where can I purchase that?
  4. They have been released, I think.just wait for it to show up on Newegg.
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