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Thursday, 19 June 2008 12:41

Arctic Cooling launches Arctic AC Add-on

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Arctic Cooling RC Turbo Module


Arctic Cooling has announced the RC Turbo Module, a new high-end memory cooler. The RC Turbo Module is an add-on to previously announced Arctic AC memory heatsinks. 

Designed to get rid of the heat on the most demanding memory modules, the RC Turbo Module features two 60mm fans that are spinning at 1500RPM. According to the press release, this is enough to drop the temperature from 78°C to 44°C, when compared to modules without the Arctic RC and RC Turbo Module.

When added to the Arctic RC it drops the temperature from 44°C to 37.8°C. The new RC Module comes with a weight of 80 grams and it will be backed with a six-year warranty. It should be available sometime next month with the price tag of US $13.95 or €8.95.


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