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I'm looking for a slim cooler for my card. At most it can be two slots, including a fan if applicable.

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Palit Sonic GTX 570, 2 slots with 2 in built fans, much quieter + cooler than stock cooler.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/palit-...atinum-review/

Edit: thought you were after the card, ebay best bet ?
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Scythe Sutsugen 2 (i think that's the name?). Is apparently a dual-slot cooler, the only one i've been able to find over the past few months - i've also been searching for dual-slot cooler, but to no avail! Setsugen 2 doesn't quite seem adequate for my purposes. For some reason there are just no decent dual-slot aftermarket coolers out there that perform all that well.

Best triple-slot cooler seems to be Accelero Xtreme!
Edited by lyster - 11/1/11 at 9:59am
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Scythe Sutsugen 2 (i think that's the name?). Is apparently a dual-slot cooler, the only one i've been able to find over the past few months - i've also been searching for dual-slot cooler, but to no avail! Setsugen 2 doesn't quite seem adequate for my purposes. For some reason there are just no decent dual-slot aftermarket coolers out there that perform all that well.

Best triple-slot cooler seems to be Accelero Xtreme!
Nothing else eh? Darn. The Scythe Setsugen 2 doesn't perform well at all from the reviews I read.
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post #5 of 10
Do you mean 2 slots = card + cooler or 2 slots = cooler which would make 3 slots = cooler + card?

if it's for Sli purposes you might want to take a look at the Alpenföhn Peter (don't think it's out yet). it's an extra 2 slots + 1 slot for the fans which are attached to a seperate bracket. However, if you SLI you can mount the fans vertically and have them cool the 2 cards at once. Pretty nifty if you ask me, but no idea about performance.

Otherwise, second hand stock cooler or second hand non-reference cooler would be the way to go.
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Its 2 slots at maximum.
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There is the Dual Slot MSI Twin frozr II VGA cooler, Ive been looking to get two myself, becuase I cant fit Two AXP's in my Haf 932.

Only Problem is that its only in Asia?

http://www.techpowerup.com/148569/MS...-in-Japan.html

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Originally Posted by Dar_T View Post
Its 2 slots at maximum.
For this Fractal Design R2 with only 2-slot space, perhaps the best option is to use the reference design cooling of the GTX570. This is because any aftermarket air cooler will dump heat inside the case and such a case is not designed well to handle this. The reference cooling expels all heat via the rear and is much better suited. The side panel openings are also beneficial to the intake fan of a reference cooling card.

Yet, another alternative is to use the CoolIT OMNI watercooling solution. It is a one-slot design. The rad-fan will have to be installed to the case front, replacing the R2's stock 140mm intake fan.

Coolit OMNI:-


Product link:-
(as it supports GTX580, I think it also supports reference PCB GTX570. Make sure your MSI GTX570 has reference PCB design. And if you go this route, better confirm with CoolIT first.)
http://www.coolitsystems.com/index.p...pu-cooler.html
Edited by windfire - 11/1/11 at 7:56pm
post #9 of 10
My vote is put it under water I have my 580's under water, and technically they only take up 1 slot total each Plus, it stays cooler, overclocks better, and is much quieter than their air counterparts. Once you're on water, you wont look back
post #10 of 10
msi twin frozr coolers are amazing, i just don't know if they sell them separately
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