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Thursday, 04 March 2010 13:41

Arctic Cooling's solution better by up to 44 Celsius

Written by Sanjin Rados


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Cebit 2010: Compared to reference HD 5900 cooling


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Cooling Accelero Xtreme series is aimed at high-end graphics and the HD 5870 and 5970 will soon get Accelero Xtreme treatment. We’ve already seen Accelero Xtreme 5970 cooling on Sapphire’s overclocked HD 5970 OC 4GB card, here, and we’re expecting the cooler to be available by the end of the month priced at about €60. The large Accelero Xtreme 5970 cooling comes with 8 heatpipes and two copper plates for this dual-GPU card. It features three fans and you can check it out on the pictures.

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If what specs claim is indeed true, Accelero Xtreme 5970 is capable of lowering the HD 5970’s core by as much as 44 degrees Celsius compared to reference cooling, whereas Accelero Xtreme HD 5870 beats reference cooling by 36 degrees Celsius.

Accelero Xtreme 5870 for single-GPU HD 5870 will feature a copper base and 5 heatpipes.

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