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Hello,

 

i recently bought a x7200 with one gtx 680m in it. now im planning to upgrade to sli with an other gtx680m.

but i can't find a heatsink with fan.

so the question is: does the p570wm GPU heatsink fit into the x7200? they look very similar. or does someone sell parts of a x7200?

 

thanks in advance

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GPU heatsink should be pretty much the same, CPU heatsink not!

I'm afraid you won't find it on the market. I am still trying to find a replacement CPU heatsink for my rig. [emoji20]

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On ‎2016‎-‎10‎-‎28 at 2:04 PM, Doki said:

Hello,

 

i recently bought a x7200 with one gtx 680m in it. now im planning to upgrade to sli with an other gtx680m.

but i can't find a heatsink with fan.

so the question is: does the p570wm GPU heatsink fit into the x7200? they look very similar. or does someone sell parts of a x7200?

 

thanks in advance

 


From what I remember heatsink from the X7200 is a little different and better by the way. Is why I would add another stock one.
In the past I ordered parts from Clevo center in Germany.
I congratulate purchase. Were it not LGA2011 I would choose this model.

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Congratulations for  your purchase! i have a x7200 (xtreme rock) with a 680M in it, and i'm search for an heatsink for the second gpu too. 

my x7200 is able to run doom 2016 on high details with 30-35 fps...is so good for only one 680m!! 

i'm very curious to see how will work with SLI...

have you overclock your gpu? :frantics:

 

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On 30.10.2016 at 10:28 PM, Robigarga 88 said:

Congratulations for  your purchase! i have a x7200 (xtreme rock) with a 680M in it, and i'm search for an heatsink for the second gpu too. 

my x7200 is able to run doom 2016 on high details with 30-35 fps...is so good for only one 680m!! 

i'm very curious to see how will work with SLI...

have you overclock your gpu? :frantics:

 

 

thank you buddy!

doom runs great on my gtx680m too. yes, its slightly overclocked: 850 core 2000 memory

with another 680M im pretty sure it runs a lot better.

 

On 30.10.2016 at 10:24 AM, Clyde said:

 


From what I remember heatsink from the X7200 is a little different and better by the way. Is why I would add another stock one.
In the past I ordered parts from Clevo center in Germany.
I congratulate purchase. Were it not LGA2011 I would choose this model.

 

thanks!

 

i found someone who is selling a X7200 Motherboard with a 460M on it. he also offers the heatsink for it. this is the picture i got from him:

it looks different, but he claims that it fits into a x7200. what do you guys think?

 

OFF TOPIC: is there any trading-page/forum/thread on this site? im not very familiar with techinferno yet. thanks

 

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You need to know the code on it...it seem the heatsink of the clevo d900.. very similar, but under the fan have a different chopper line layout (it doesn't have the line that goes back to the little chips and ram)..if  is cheap i'd buy it to give a try..

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20 hours ago, Robigarga 88 said:

You need to know the code on it...it seem the heatsink of the clevo d900.. very similar, but under the fan have a different chopper line layout (it doesn't have the line that goes back to the little chips and ram)..if  is cheap i'd buy it to give a try..

 

so i found a other heatsink (for 25€ :rofl:) which is pulled from a X8100. as far as i know, it can be modified to fit into a x7200.

 

i will let you know if it really fits and how it performs under gpu load.

 

8 hours ago, Clyde said:

It is not a GPU heatsink from X7200.

Ask them http://www.clevo-computer.de/  for a right one.

You can find a part reference number in service manual on this forum.

 

i already asked them. they don't have it anymore in stock.

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