Tuesday, February 19th 2008

ARCTIC COOLING Launches Accelero Xtreme Series

ARCTIC COOLING today announced the launch of the Accelero Xtreme series, which is specially designed for ATI HD 2900XT/Pro and NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra/GTX/GT graphic cards as stock cooler replacement.

The Accelero Xtreme series features with 5 heatpipes, 107 fins and 3 PWM fans. Its radical optimized airflow design enables up to 240 watt heat dissipation, which guarantees outstanding cooling performance. Accelero Xtreme brings out the heat from GPU effectively, resulting in at least 20ºC lower than the stock cooler. Together with the integrated memory cooling and voltage regulator cooling, Accelero Xtreme not only enhances the overclock potential, but also extends the service life of the card.

The three 80mm PWM fans operate in extreme silence and generate maximum airflow simultaneously, thanks to the promising low noise impeller as well as the patented fan holder that eliminates humming noise. With this outstanding low noise cooling technology, Accelero Xtreme brings enthusiasts and overclockers to the new level of non-disturbed gaming experience.

Accelero Xtreme will be available by mid February 2008. The MSRP of the Accelero Xtreme 2900 is
US$49.90 and €34.90 (excl VAT). The MSRP of the Accelero Xtreme 8800 is US$47.90 and €32.90
(excl VAT).

Technical specification
Source: ARCTIC COOLING (PDF)
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55 Comments on ARCTIC COOLING Launches Accelero Xtreme Series

#1
ShadowFold
"which is specially designed for ATI HD 2900XT/Pro"

Does that mean HD 3870 too? But damn thats an awsome cooler..
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#2
ktr
:eek:
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#4
Nicksterr
FINALLY they are releasing this. Its been in design/testing forever...way back 6+months ago when it was initially announced. They are going to sell a crapload and realize they should've put it out earlier.
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#5
HaZe303
Wow... thats impressive. Give me real life performance reviews now! If that baby is better than my current Hr03+, im gonna get me one of those right away! :)
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#6
Richieb0y
nice cooler

too bad my GT dont OC over 625mhz on core so i dont need it which i find a shame
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#11
thebeephaha
FINALLY!!!

No more of this:



And this:



And then this:



To cool my superclocked ultra........ :banghead:
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#12
Demos_sav
Will that fit on my 8800GTS? Damn I hope it will....I want one of these
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#14
panchoman
Sold my stars!
looks sweet... almost walked into a wall looking at it.. litterally
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#16
hugz
thebeephaha, man thats the ugliest Ultra I have ever seen haha :p

I love the cooler, look at the performance.holy cow!
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#17
thebeephaha
hugz said:
thebeephaha, man thats the ugliest Ultra I have ever seen haha :p

I love the cooler, look at the performance.holy cow!
:laugh:

Yup, it cools well though and cost all of like $25, load never goes above 65c.
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#18
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
yeah, I think this cooler is longer than the 3870X2 cards....holy crap.
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#19
hat
Enthusiast
thebeephaha said:
FINALLY!!!

No more of this:

insert pics

To cool my superclocked ultra........ :banghead:
Hey. NICE CARD.

As for this cooler... hubbada-hubbada-hubbada...

I want one of these on my CPU lol and see what temps would be like
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#20
AsRock
TPU addict
WOW i might put a side a water cooler for that Ummm.
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#21
Urbklr
Finally, something ill get for ma 2900:D
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#22
happita
Crazy looking aftermarket cooler. If it gives me a temp of -10c I'll be happy :laugh:
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#23
Nitro-Max
Id like to know what that thing weighs woulnt want it warping my cards pcb.
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#24
AsRock
TPU addict
Nitro-Max said:
Id like to know what that thing weighs woulnt want it warping my cards pcb.
Heat Sink 256 L x 88 W x 21 H (mm)
Weight 440 g
Accessories (ATI) Voltage Regular Heat Sink, RAM Plate, Thermal Pads, Slot Bracket
Fan 252 L x 100 W x 32 H (mm)
Fan Speed 900 - 2000 RPM via PWM
Air Flow 63 CFM / 107 m^3 /h
Bearing Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Service Life MTTF at 40C: 400,000 h
Thermal Resistance 0.14 C/W

Other Pic from there site..

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#25
CrackerJack
are they selling this yet!!! I'll Take Two!!!!!!!!! ha ha ha
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