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Arctic Makes Accelero Hybrid Generally Available Late May

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, May 4, 2012.

  1. Maban

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    I was going to get a Twin Turbo for my 680 but I'm really liking this. I hope SuperBiiz has these cheap like they do all the other Acceleros.
     
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    It would be nice if they could do different varients of this, for instance a Dual rad version that can cool 2 GPUs for multi-GPU setups, that would be awesome. id get one for my 6970s
     
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    I wish they made it withouth the need to remove the stock vrm / mem heatsink.
     
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    actually, i think u can mod it a little so it will be hidden in there since it's not highere end the stock cooler (2 slots) i think it will be possible only thing u need is two holes in the stock cooler for the tubes.


    Bjorn_Of_Iceland so u want it to look badass like PNY's XLR8 Liquid Cooled GTX 580? ^^;

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    There is a guy over @ OCN that makes custom brackets to mount nearly every Hydro/Kuhler model to nearly every modern day GPU. Also has options to have the single bracket also have a place for a traditional 80,92,120mm fan to be added for VRM cooling. They look clean and can lead to a very cheap GPU cooling solution.
     
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    sounds nice got a link to the thread over there? ^^;
     
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    This is soo on my list.
     
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    Has even a single person bought this? lol..
    Not even one review on da egg..
    ARCTIC COOLING Accelero Hybrid Fluid Dynamic VGA C...

    I was considering getting it when I heard about it a couple months ago but the fact not many, if any are selling, makes me nervous.. I wish TPU could get their hands on one to do a review..
    Need to know temps under load and they don't furnish that info.
    Hint, hint.. Superwizzardpoweractivate!
    ;)
     
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    too expensive for me and i can't even find it in DK :/
     
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    I wish they would stop milking their customers ( AIO makers in general) And just release something like this which is nice and low profile, and then just sell different mounting brackets so you can use it for gpu/cpu/nb what ever depending on what you need cooled.

    Also I wish instead of sealed units they came with compression fittings so you can upgrade down the line... I mean they're charging enough to throw in the 4 fittings it would require ...
    (Obviously you would loose any leak free guarantee they had when you first purchased, but if the pump fails you'd still be covered)
     
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    assuming the pump can take the extra stress of more blocks or longer runs;)

    also I have the Hybrid:pimp::roll:
     
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    Well as shite as the kits are Thermaltake manage it with their bigwater coolers. : ]
     
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    the bigwater kits have a 500L/H pump, I highly doubt the low voltage pumps in the Asetek coolers can move that amount.
     
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    Pfftt they say it's 500L/H :laugh: I've one in-front of me at the moment and it definitely doesn't :laugh:
     
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    ok well then let me say it this way. The AIO pumps have the voltage lowered to a point to where you get a great mix of performance vs. the heat of the pump. This is also adjusted for one pump and the single rad to specifically cool one thing. I believe if you add too much heat from a GPU on top of the CPU load in a system like that you are going to be on the verge of saturating the loop.

    EDIT: Asetek does make a dual loop for the CPU and GPU (did make), but it was also a single thick rad and the original pumps. I have to believe it was for stock running PCs because I never seen them go retail outside of OEMs.
     
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    How about an obscenely expensive AIO? :laugh:

    With a Modified Liang pump :D

    For example Dual radiator kit for £100-110 ( currently £80 or so at the moment) Now I think about it Swiftek do kits like this, but not pre-assembled. I want them to preassemable them! :laugh:
     
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    Still watching, but that is one nicely put together piece of kit!

    If there prices are correct I was bang on, I should win some brownie points.
     
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