Which type of fan/heatsink for Ti4200?

Hey all, someone is giving me his Ti4200 for free, but since he's being so generous, he thought he'll save a few dollars from the shipping by removing the fan and the heatsink from it. That's an awsome deal, so I just need to know which type of fan/heatsink I need to buy for it.

It's a GeForce4 Ti4200 AGP 4x

(if this question is stupid/easy, then I'm sorry, I just dont know anything about video cards)

Thanks everybody for your time.
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  1. Here's one <A HREF="http://www.casecooler.com/vaicebe4proc.html" target="_new">http://www.casecooler.com/vaicebe4proc.html</A>

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  2. heya Sax;

    Thermaltake made one in the past that was really nice, but i dont know if its still available.
    <A HREF="http://www.thermaltake.com" target="_new"> Thermaltake </A>
  3. I installed <A HREF="http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=35-116-006&depa=0" target="_new">this</A> one on my Ti4200. A lot of OEMs used this as their stock cooler, it's pretty effective. Of course, you should seat it with Arctic Silver instead of the silicone sh*t that comes with it.

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  4. I fail to understand how sending the heatsink/fan with it will save on shipping? Anyway, Free is a good thing.

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  5. I installed a <A HREF="http://www.zalman.co.kr/eng/product/view.asp?idx=46&code=013" target="_new">Zalman 80C-HP</A> and it works great. I've added a fan to it, so it's definitely not silent, but if you were not overclocking you could use it without the fan. As it is I'm able to o'c from the stock 250/512 to 300/600 with no problems.
  6. That's an awful lot of money to invest into a used card that is worth well under 100 USD.

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