Monday, March 4th 2013

ARCTIC Cools NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN

ARCTIC is proud to announce the compatibility with NVIDIA's newest graphics card, the GeForce GTX Titan. We offer 3 high performance aftermarket coolers. The Accelero Twin Turbo II, Accelero Xtreme III and our integrated air and liquid cooling solution – the Accelero Hybrid can offer you top-notch performances and low noise output for your system.

The Accelero Hybrid is the first graphics card cooler with integrated air and liquid solution in the market. The Accelero Xtreme III offers superior cooling performance in silence for the fastest single GPU and a wide-range of graphic cards. The Accelero Twin Turbo II is a dual-fan VGA cooler with enhanced multi-compatibility for present and future models.

For more information, visit the product pages of Accelero Hybrdid, Accelero Xtreme III, Accelero Twin Turbo II.
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5 Comments on ARCTIC Cools NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN

#1
LAN_deRf_HA
I was hoping they'd be releasing a premium cooler for it. Not for the performance just for something that looks good enough to replace the stock cooler, and that maybe came with all the accessories. But I guess that's asking too much.
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#2
15th Warlock
All of these are triple slot coolers right?

I haven't had an aftermarket cooler since my good old 3850 AGP...

The Hybrid looks tempting, and also seems to perform really well, but I remember reading in one review that you risked killing your card during installation, something to do with the thermal glue they used or something...
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#3
Animalpak
Nice to see and have those options...

For my own experience i think cards like Titan do not need any waterblock or better cooling they are good with stock cooler 80 C on load is simply perfect for modern GPU's.
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#4
buildzoid
@Animalpak
I hope your trolling because 80c is bad very very bad if you can get under 70 with most of today's better coolers my 7970 vapor-x OCed runs at 67C° in furmark and 50-63C° in games

Also so some Nvidia cards like my gtx590 (I RMAed it) have a messed up OTP so they turn off at 79c°
also the lower the temp the more stable the card and the longer it will last
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: buildzoid
@Animalpak
I hope your trolling because 80c is bad very very bad if you can get under 70 with most of today's better coolers my 7970 vapor-x OCed runs at 67C° in furmark and 50-63C° in games

Also so some Nvidia cards like my gtx590 (I RMAed it) have a messed up OTP so they turn off at 79c°
also the lower the temp the more stable the card and the longer it will last
80c is good. 110c would be "very bad". 80c is well within the limits. If your card is unstable at that temp something is not right.
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