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Thursday, 06 March 2008 15:30

ZEROTherm?s VGA cooler for 9600GTs

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 08: Overclocked Inno3D 9600GT

 

ZEROTherm Hurricane HC92 Cu is not news, but you can use it on 9600 cards. Inno3D, for instance, used it on their 9600GT.

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The card’s speeds are not final yet, but we’ve been told that the cooler runs quietly on this card and that it’ll do a good job on overclocking G94 processors. ZEROTherm is famous for their VGA coolers and we’ve had a chance to see them on PowerColor’s HD 3850 cards and similar products.

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Hurricane HC92 Cu is available in three versions, depending on what you need it for. We’ve seen the overclocking, aerodynamic and passive versions. Inno3D opted for aerodynamic version that looks really sweet. The cooler has 4 heatpipes and you can use it on HD 3870, HD 3850, HD 3600, as well as on Geforce 9600, 8800, 8600, 8500 and 8400 cards. You can buy this cooler in retail and manual RPM control is possible. The tests show that this is a good cooler that you can buy for only €32.

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One of the newer models is GX810 Silent Edition cooler that has automatic RPM controller. GX generation features GX810/815/829 coolers.

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Last modified on Thursday, 06 March 2008 15:55
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