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Aftermarket HS for my GTX275

post #1 of 7
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Have noticed that the only fan that has noticeable loudness is the gpu fan on my GTX275.

I have seen the Arctic Cooling gpu cooler for my gpu but it is quite on the expensive side when i add all the costs of transporting it to my country.

You guys know of any other cooler that is good enough but quieter than the stock cooler ?
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In my opinion

Coolermaster 212+ = best budget cooler. (buy 2nd fan if you want for pus/pull)

DH14 = best air cooler
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Originally Posted by ddeighton View Post
In my opinion

Coolermaster 212+ = best budget cooler. (buy 2nd fan if you want for pus/pull)

DH14 = best air cooler
He is after a GPU aftermarket fan...

Accelero twin would be an option...
 
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What about the Accelero L2? It's typically less than half the cost of the larger Arctic Cooling cooler on this side of the water.
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Neither of those coolers are capable of cooling the GTX275.

Only Arctic Cooling is Accelero XTREME GTX Pro so i'm looking for some other cooler than that.

Still the AC looks like my best option for cooling the GTX 275 more and lowering the noise down.

Water-cooling is not an option.
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He is after a GPU aftermarket fan...

Accelero twin would be an option...
Could you imagine how awesome it would be to have a D14 slung under your GPU??
    
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I recommend Gelid Icy Vision without reservation. It will not only bring temperature down but also will be much more quiet than the stock cooler.

Just like any other aftermarket cooler, it dumps heat inside the case. But as I see that you have a relatively simple setup and your Gigabyte Poseidon case has a rear exhausting fan, the card's hot exhaust will be extracted out via that fan fairly easily.

It cools a Galaxy GTX275 down to 64C under Furmark (see pic below).

Product link:
http://www.gelidsolutions.com/produc...1&cid=17&id=52

Edited by windfire - 8/22/11 at 7:12pm
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