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Changing stock cooler

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Is it possible to replace the stock cooler of my nvidia 780 ti?

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yes but what are you thinking of putting on it?

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I'm really new to this cooler stuffs so what are the 'best' cooler in the market?

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Is it possible to replace the stock cooler of my nvidia 780 ti?

get a arctic cooler or a prolimatech, both are awesome and you can decide which looks better

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Or just stick with stock, you won't really get much of a difference they're not loud anyway. :)

Haha, i just want to cooled them more when gaming :/

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Haha, i just want to cooled them more when gaming :/

The stock cooling on those things is pretty good anyway, graphics cards can run up to 95c as an upper limit without problems, if you sit around 80-85c and don't have to belt the fan on max you're good :D

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