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[TPU] MSI Sells Twin Frozr II VGA Cooler Loose in Japan

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http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=148569

Priced at 73$s...

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This variant of Twin Frozr II has GPU retention hole layout that matches that of GF100 and GF110-based single-GPU graphics cards, i.e. GTX 465, GTX 470, GTX 480, GTX 570, and GTX 580. The cooler measures 251.9x100.9x35 mm, weighing 520 g. It consists of a nickel-plated copper base, from which five heat pipes (6 mm thick pipes towards the central portion of the base, 8 mm thick towards periphery) originate, conveying heat to a large aluminum fin stack. This stack is ventilated by two PWM-controlled fans. The Twin Frozr II is priced at ¥5,980 or US $73.

http://www.techpowerup.com/img/11-07-06/17a.jpg
Niceee...I think they will release the amd variants and low end gpus later on.
But think of it this way, the highest end cooler, which is this, costs 73$s. What would be the cost of the low end variant, i.e. 4 heatpipes and less fins.
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There was a thread by a MSI rep here that eluded alluded* to this happening soon... I'll edit it in if I find it.

Found it!

Here

Posts #126&127

Fixed


Just yankin yer chain.
 

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I like my interpretation better makes him seem ninja like, countering with vague answers that just bring more questions.

But yeah chains are there to be yanked


Hahahahaha

I have to agree, it's much funnier to put the definition of "eluded" into that sentence and read it as such
 

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Originally Posted by HSG502
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I vvant it. My 470 vvants it.

I wonder if you can keep the stock cooler's attachment plate (the thing that cools the vrms etc)?

Is your "w" key broken?
 
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