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Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid

100% Positive Reviews
Rated #1 in VGA Cooling

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Pros: cover all GPUs AMD Nvidia ... ALL kind of GPU from GTX4XX to Titan !! From HD 4XXX TO R9 290X

Cons: lots of parts



i tested the stock cooler with the Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid :

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Pros: 42°c cooler under load, dropped 75.6°F, great customer service, and the sound reduction is a huge bonus too. cant even hear it

Cons: none

I have a hd 7850 2gb and wow money well spent at stock clocks i was running 77°c or 170.6ºF UNDER LOAD after install my temps moved to 33°c - 35°c or 91°f - 95°f UNDER LOAD
thats a 42ºc or 75.6ºf drop. For only 109.99 from newegg.com you cannot beat having everything you need for a install on a butt load of different cards compared to a corsair mod

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Pros: Excellent thermal and acoustic performance, aesthetics, GTX 680 compatibility, 2-Year Warranty

Cons: Price, Encroaches on 3rd expansion slot

The Accelero Hybrid has met or exceeded my expectations on all fronts, from thermal and acoustic performance to ease of installation. Despite tape-related issues, I found the packaging to be adequate and secure. The installation directions were straightforward and left little room for confusion. I also enjoyed working with the new thermal glue. The Hybrid is appealing aesthetically and it offers compelling performance. All together it’s an impressive package that will tame any blazing graphics card you have to offer.

Arctic Cooling has put together a compelling product that exceeds expectations… but it comes at a price. The suggested MSRP per the Arctic Cooling website is $179.90 USD. NewEgg offers it for a bit less at $169.99, but that is still a difficult pill to swallow. Arctic Cooling offers a 2-year limited warranty with the Accelero Hybrid, which is reassuring. Is the Hybrid worth a much higher price tag compared to the Twin Turbo II, which is also a strong performer? It depends on what you’re looking for. The Twin Turbo II is a cooler that requires width-clearance beyond the PCB, occupies a third expansion slot, exhausts heat within the case, and supports only one orientation. The Hybrid, on the other hand, is a bit slimmer (although it still encroaches slightly into a third slot), has flexible installation options, and offers even better performance than the Twin Turbo II with a much higher cooling ceiling (With the capacity for an additional radiator fan or higher-performance fans).

The Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid is a premium product and it commands a premium price. It is a great option for consumers looking for an alternative to a custom water loop and it is a very well thought out, well-built product. I highly recommend this cooler to anyone looking for water-cooling performance without the hassle and expense of a custom loop.

See my full review in the nVidia Cooling forum here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1294303/review-arctic-cooling-accelero-hybrid/0_20
Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid
Description:

The Accelero Hybrid is the first graphics card cooler with integrated air and liquid solution in the market. It offers an all-in-one solution with 200% cooling performance and 9 times quieter than the stock cooler. While existing VGA Liquid Cooling Solutions (LCS) are restricted to a specific graphics card, this cooler is compatible to a vast range of NVIDIA and AMD graphic cards. It is also the first LCS to have an integrated active fan specifically designed to cool RAM and VR. Moreover, it is simple to use, maintenance-free and excellent value-for-money. Computer enthusiasts and gamers will definitely not want to miss this state-of-the-art integrated cooling solution.

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