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Arctic-Cooling Accelero XTREME Now Compatible with Most GeForce GTX 200 Video Cards

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    Swiss Arctic-Cooling just said its Accelero XTREME cooling for graphics cards is now compatible with NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 260, GTX 280 and GTX 285 boards (not compatible with the latest GeForce GTX 295 though). The Accelero XTREME GTX 280 is equipped with three fluid bearing 92mm PWM fans that run from 1,000 to 2,000 rpm. Together with five heatpipes and a total weight of 680g, the Accelero XTREME GTX 280 is said to cool up to 250 watt. The Accelero XTREME GTX 280 is offered with a 6-year limited warranty. It will be available in March 2009. The MSRP is US $54.95 or 42.95€ (excl. VAT). Please click here for more information.

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    omg it looks like a car intercooler :eek:
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  4. kyle2020 Guest

    Just as i put my 260 on ebay because its too hot :banghead:
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    Still at earliest a month and a half till it releases, I wouldn't worry. Plus you could pick up a 216sp version later anyways :)
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    God damn it. We need a GTX 295 cooler! And preferably one that is only dual-slot because we also have Quad-SLi..

    Yes, I realize that the chances they'll make an air-type cooler for it are around the same of me finding a full-fledged DIY water-cooling system under my bed.
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    I'm thinking about a 260. What heat issues did you have? With OC, or on stock? Were you 55nm or 65nm?
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    Considering he sold it on eBay after getting wind of this "issue" instead of opting for an after-market cooler, I'd say he saw that it was getting over 70C and thought it was about to catch on fire. No offense, but it took me a while to understand that for my G92, 75C was "normal."
  9. kyle2020 Guest

    when a cards hitting 80 degrees celcius playing CS:S and the fan is practically sucking small children in, you know its time to go to a card that has decent aftermarket cooling solutions. Plus, I really dont need such a powerful card.

    Please consider your reply in future before you post, at time of putting it on ebay there were no aftermarket options available, and still wont be for a month or so.
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    Find a water block for GTX295, it is the best solution.
    This new AC Accelero XTREME is a monster.
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    Thats a nice cooler,is it heavy?

    I have to say though,that the full cover waterblock on my 4850 is doing a grand job.
  13. kyle2020 Guest

    what temps do you get on that loop? Especially with it being CPU + VGA using a 12 and 24cm rad? I might H20 my 9800GTX+ Im getting, ill get a single 12cm rad too if it needs it.
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    That would be just super, except that I hear a water block alone has little cooling ability..
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    I hope that this will weigh less then the Thermalright HR-03 cooler they have out now... I'm glad they are finally coming out with coolers..

    As for the GTX295, They'll probably just come out with the waterblock. You'll probably be able to build your own like the 9800gx2
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    yes but that thermalrights heavy for a reason and very good :laugh:
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    lol, that it is! love how nice the temps are! just need to make sure you can support the thing without bowing the card!
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    bend shemend :laugh:
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    wow, looks awesome!
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    I have the old version on my 8800 Ultra.

    It is the best air cooler for a video card EVER.

    Took stock 90c down to 55c and it is quiet too.

    Hmmm might be a good time to get a GTX280. :laugh:
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    Kyle,my temps on the card are about,31-35c idle,and 40-45c load.The temp vary as shown depending if my heating is on or not.My loop is pump-gpu-120.1-cpu-120.2-pump.
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    WOW, people love bringing out these big ugly video cards lately.
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    it is inno 3d gtx280 new cooler
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