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[VRZ]Arctic Cooling Launched Accelero Xtreme 9800

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Originally Posted by VR-Zone
33% cooler than stock cooler
Designed based on the acclaimed Accelero XTREME 8800, the Accelero XTREME 9800 is an even more powerful cooling solution for enthusiasts.
Five 6mm heat pipes and 107 fins dissipate heat from the GeForce 9800 GTX card. Together with three 80mm PWM fans that transfer heat efficiently,
the Accelero XTREME 9800 achieves 240 Watt cooling capacity, resulting in a 29°C temperature reduction from the stock cooler. In addition to the
outstanding cooling performance, using the Accelero XTREME 9800 will also bring gamers a better overclocking experience and an extended service life of the graphics card.
Source: http://sg.vr-zone.com/articles/Arcti...9800/5773.html

The new SLI compatible VGA cooler will become available next month and cost $53.95 or 34.95 Euro.

The unique fan holder the three 80mm PWM fans are installed on is able to eliminate any buzzing sounds,
while the low noise impellers that equip the fans provide even more efficient noise control. Accelero XTREME
9800 has been designed to minimize the noise level down to 0.7 sone.

The Accelero XTREME 9800 has 560g in weight. Its heatsink measures 248 L x 88 W x 31 H mm and its three
80mm fans feature a 700 – 2000 RPM speed. The fans are controlled by PWM and they can provide a
20 CFM/fan air flow. The device has been designed to be compatible only with the nVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX.

Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/ARCTI...00-85629.shtml
Edited by Dryadsoul - 5/15/08 at 10:33am
  
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BUT does the hot air exit throught the back of the case?

READIN' time

EDIT: WOW it looks like a car's intercooler with 3 fans

AND btw the hot air seems to stay in the case still...
Edited by johonm333 - 5/15/08 at 6:07am
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Thats what exhaust fans are fore ^^
but I agree, it would be nice if it had an exhaust.
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Nice find rep to you.
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Benches or **** :-D

Seriously, I would love to have an objective person describe this thing. It looks massive, will it allow for triple SLI or, only double? How quiet is it? Price? Value? Etc.
    
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Seriously, I would love to have an objective person describe this thing. It looks massive, will it allow for triple SLI or, only double? How quiet is it? Price? Value? Etc.
Will this suffice?

The new SLI compatible VGA cooler will become available next month and cost $53.95 or 34.95 Euro.

The unique fan holder the three 80mm PWM fans are installed on is able to eliminate any buzzing sounds,
while the low noise impellers that equip the fans provide even more efficient noise control. Accelero XTREME
9800 has been designed to minimize the noise level down to 0.7 sone.

The Accelero XTREME 9800 has 560g in weight. Its heatsink measures 248 L x 88 W x 31 H mm and its three
80mm fans feature a 700 – 2000 RPM speed. The fans are controlled by PWM and they can provide a
20 CFM/fan air flow. The device has been designed to be compatible only with the nVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX.
  
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Repost. Sorry, man.
    
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It blows that that didn't show up in search.
  
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Since this is for the 9800gtx...will it work on the 8800gts/gt? I dunno if their pcb are all the same or not, just curious since I think the 8800gt and gts have the same pcb.

NVM, read the OP a little more...I guess they don't share the same pcb...
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Aren't grams a measurement of mass and not weight?
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