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Force3D Launches Radeon HD 4870 with Freezer DHT Cooling Technology

Discussion in 'News' started by alexp999, Aug 15, 2008.

  1. alexp999

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    Force3D are excited to introduce the Force3D Radeon HD4870 with the high performance Freezer DHT cooler that is equipped with DHT (Direct Heatpipe Touch) technology. The heatpipes touch the GPU directly and transfers the heat hence cooling performance is maximized. The fan is silent and its durability is excellent by hydromantic bearing method.
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  2. Odin Eidolon

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    pics needed. there is already the battleaxe cooler with hdt technology, thats not a new thing
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    it is in the since that the Battle Axe doesnt work with any of the current cards, say for nvidia 8800gt ( and not the g92 version). This is awesome. Aside from it being a powercolor (would prefer a HIS version) the cooler is bad ass. Id definitely pick this up based on the temp being so low.
  4. wolf2009 Guest

    its force3d , not powercolor .
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    This has got to be the BEST pre-supplied cooler out there..
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    i would love to buy 2 of this HS, if they can be purchased as aftermarket coolers

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