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Arctic Cooling releases Turbo Module for Accelero S1 / S2

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    The Swiss cooling solution provider – ARCTIC COOLING has introduced a special Turbo Module, an ultimate cooling add-on for enthusiast gamers. The Turbo Module increases the potential power of Accelero S1 and S2 with enhanced cooling performance under extreme quiet operation. Turbo Module helps boost up the GPU and memory overclockability, squeezing more graphic performance than ever before.

    Featuring dual high performance low noise fans, Turbo Module was designed to work together with Accelero S1 and Accelero S2 – the widely adopted and award winning passive cooler for numerous ATI and nVIDIA graphic cards. The optimized fan speed dramatically reduces the temperature of GPU, RAM and Voltage Regulator. Turbo Module especially reinforces the PC case overall ventilation, and its clip-on design allows for easy installation.
    “Finally it’s here, an absolute fantastic cooling weapon for 3D gamers,” said Patrick Chung, marketing manager of ARCTIC COOLING. “Turbo Module integrates with the Accelero S1 or S2, they’re the ultimate cooling combo that every enthusiasts must have.”
    Turbo Module is an add-on accessory for Accelero S1 and Accelero S2. As with the other ARCTIC COOLING products, Turbo Module users can enjoy a 6 year limited warranty. Turbo Module will be available by the beginning of July 2007. The MSRP is USD 11.90 and Euro 8.90 (excl VAT).

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    Cool! Um... so when are we able to buy the S1?
     
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    Pretty nifty idea. My question is, based on the reference graphic...it doesnt seem to fit onto the Accelero S1 or S2 that Im picturing (whatever they use on the x1950 pro cards) Perhaps its just a conception to illustrate what it does. Anyone else think this?

    EDIT: Nevermind, my dumb self was thinking of the Accelero X1/X2.

    I havent even seen the S1 or S2.
     
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    Yeah, Seems like a pretty rough design. Maybe no specific agreements in size.
     
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    Yeah, Im trying to figure out, based on the design, how it will help.

    Newegg doesnt have either of these coolers, are they out yet>
     
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    Oh yes, this is amazing, who would have though of - ZOMG - putting fans (CRAZY!) on a cooler. I mean, these guys must be INSANE just to think of this.
    Please hand them the Nobel Prize right away...
     
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    lol..... The Cooler itself with the fans does better than the HR-03
     
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    even the name is cool "Excuse me sir, I just need to adjust my Tuuuurbo module"
     

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