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CES 2007: Arctic Cooling

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    Arctic Cooling has been in the video card aftermarket cooler market for several years. Their products are well known among overclockers and users that are looking to lower the fan noise of their video card. At this year's show they presented two completely fanless passive VGA coolers that can even cool GeForce 7950 and X1950 cards.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/CES2007/ArcticCooling/
     
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    That low profile cooler looks nice.
     
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    shweet
     
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    stick some 120" rims on that S1 which would also blow the air thru the fins and onto mem chips and volt regulator
     
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    very nice, especially those gpu coolers
    the cpu cooler is weird
     
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    Passive = teh suck, tbh.

    Popping a fan on that massive heatsink might do a lot tho O.O
     
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    odd, im sure i saw an arctic cooling press release saying they called the original accelero's that as they had fans that change speed
     
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  8. Azn Tr14dZ New Member

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    Why does it say "CES 2006"? Isn't it 2007?
     
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    Wow, sounds like alot of good stuff coming our way from Artic Cooling. Thats why I love their products so much :)
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    i've bought a fan a while ago, and already had a gpu cooler and they're good products indeed :)
     
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    I saw the S1 and S2 ages ago in some arcticle.
     
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