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Thermalright joining the video card cooling scene

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  1. Agent_D New Member

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    Well it looks like thermalright is joining the GPU cooling race. From the numbers it should be an amazing cooler.

    Since Thermalright doesn't direct link visit them here Thermalright, it should retail for around 40$ US according to Thermalright.

    "Coming from Thermalright, I fully expected a good performance from the V1. But I have to be honest, and the temperatures posted by the V1 made me shake my head in amazement. I expected a close race between it and the Arctic Cooling NV5, but in fact it was no contest. The V1 load temperatures came in a full 9ºC under those of the NV5, and came within 3ºC of matching the temperature of the GPU when cooled by the Koolance system. THAT is some impressive air cooling."

    Click on GPU cooling then V1 cooler, you can read an article on it here System Cooling Thermalright V1 article.
     
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    wazzledoozle New Member

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    Awesome. But no 6800/x800 series support?
     
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    It's designed to fit a number of different types of video cards, including nVidia 6600 & 6800 units, as well as ATI X8xx series boards

    Read carefully.;)
     
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    From thermalrights website-
     
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    read out the test they attached it on a 68gt so i guess it will fit :D
     
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    Will buy the revision 2 if it has fixed memory contact problems :rolleyes:
     
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