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Thermalright Introduces HR-03 VGA Cooler

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    Another fantastic product from Thermalright, utilizing the High Riser series, proprietary through holes and the comfort of silence, the new HR-03 VGA cooler is as functional as it is beautiful. HR-03 works with 4 heat pipes in the forms of 2 U-pipes and 2 N-pipes (another innovative concept from Thermalright) for a well and evenly spread out distribution of heat, and just like other High Riser heatsinks, the HR-03 can work effectively, with or without a fan. For hardcore overclockers who don’t mind a little noise 92mm fan can always be mounted. The HR-03 will cool the newest and hottest GPUs from ATI and NVIDIA. The HR-03 without fan in combination with NVIDIA 7950GT does the same job as the stock cooling of the card. Click here if you want to learn more about the new VGA cooler.

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    It costs 49.95$. It's so expensive...
     
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    i wonder how it stacks up next to the V-1 ultra :cool:
     
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    Damn, That Thing Is Huge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    No weight or size mentioned :/ That would fit quite nicely on my mobo, as the PCI-e slot is lower that usually, but I've changed a passive cooler to chipset, so not anymore. Will stick with vf900, but surely read reviews about it, when they pop out.
     
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    i'm getting one for my x1800gto :D
    (if they don't cost more than 50€)
     
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