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Friday, 02 November 2007 12:46

Thermalright chills the 8800 GT in style

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Passive HR-03 GT solution

 

Thermalright was just waiting for Nvidia to push out the new 8800 GT so that it could announce its new passive cooling solution for the 8800 GT.

Branded HR-03 GT, this huge heatsink comes with six heatpipes connected to the large heatsink, which can be additionally chilled by a 92mm fan. According to the product page, this huge thing can be fitted on Nvidia's 6800, 7800, 7900, 8600GTS and 8800GT 512MB as well as ATI's x1800 and X1900 series.

You can check out additional info at Thermalright's product page.

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