1. remove the three Phillips screws under the fan closest to the video ports of the card
    • remove the three Phillips screws under the fan closest to the video ports of the card

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  3. Lift the fan out(will be attached to a small cord but gets out of the way well)  and shim a small cushion under the center circle, between the aluminum cooling fins and the plastic. I used electric tape, rolling it, sticky side in, to form about a 6 layer small square of tape. It shimmed in nicely.
    • Lift the fan out(will be attached to a small cord but gets out of the way well) and shim a small cushion under the center circle, between the aluminum cooling fins and the plastic. I used electric tape, rolling it, sticky side in, to form about a 6 layer small square of tape. It shimmed in nicely.

  4. Reassemble and re-install the card into your computer. It should stop the vibration.
    • Reassemble and re-install the card into your computer. It should stop the vibration.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Can you post a picture showing how its fit in the fins?

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