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Friday, 11 June 2010 12:54

Gelid shows its Icy Vision

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The new VGA cooler

Seen back during Cebit in March, Gelid has now officially announced its new VGA cooler, the Icy Vision. The new VGA cooler supports all of the latest cards including AMD's Radeon HD 5800 cards as well as Nvidia's GTX 400 series.

The Icy Vision comes with 216x95x52mm dimensions and weighs 465 grams, so it's neither the biggest nor the heaviest one around but still features two 92mm fans, a copper base connected to the 85 aluminium fins via five heatpipes. The two 92mm fans are UV-reactive with S-shaped blades and are producing 26dBA of noise at its maximum of 2000RPM.

The new Gelid VGA cooler features a 5-year warranty and should hit retail/e-tail by the end of this month. The suggested pricetag is US $55/€46.

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