Hi all, I have an Inno3D iChill x3 1080Ti and would like to remove the fan shroud and fans from the card to expose the heatsink. Unfortunately I can't work out how to remove any part of it. You can see some good pics of the card here; http://www.inno3d.com/products_detail.php?refid=282 The shroud comprises two metal panels at the top and bottom of the card (it's the bit which has 'Geforce GTX' written on it) and then a plastic shroud under that which holds the three fans. I assume that I need to pull the metal bits off somehow which will expose whatever screws or bolts are keeping the plastic in place. Note that the shroud doesn't appear to be bolted to the PCB anywhere. It's possible that I need to access the bolts/screws for the shroud from the PCB side. i.e. remove the entire assembly in order to get to the back of the heatsink and remove the fans, but this seem unduly complicated. I know 100% that this isn't necessary for the metal parts of the shroud because there's a massively unhelpful video on Youtube where someone is preparing this card for a waterblock and he starts with 'I've already removed the metal parts'...! Before I start pulling everything apart, I'd be grateful for advice from anyone who has dismantled one of these before. The iChill cooler is in use across a number of cards from 980 up so hopefully there is someone who can help. Thanks in advance!