Hexus has publihed a test of HIS’s Radeon HD 4850 featuring the IceQ4 cooling system. This cooler keeps the temperature to 46°C at idle and around 58°C under load.
Read the complete review here: HIS Radeon HD 4850 IceQ 4 TurboX – the best a man can get?
[English]Thermaltake V1 CPU Cooler is a Masterpiece[/English][French]Le Refroidisseur CPU Thermaltake V1 est un Chef-d’Oeuvre[/French]
Early last month Nvidia released the GeForce 9800 GTX which today stands as the fastest single GPU graphics card money can buy. However, after almost sixty days of its release and with an eventual appearance of next-generation cards from both ATI and Nvidia, few manufacturers seem to be making pronounced efforts on modifying or improving the original Nvidia reference design.
That is until TechSpot received the iChiLL 9800 GTX Accelero Xtreme from Inno3D, which features a mammoth heatsink that is cooled by no less than three fans.
Read the complete review HERE.
Guru3D has reviewed Inno3D’s iChill GeForce 9600 GT with the ZEROtherm Hurricane cooler.
Read the full review HERE
Much like any other GeForce 9600 GT this product offers a lot of value for the money you have to pay for it.
And once you pop it into your PC, you’ll notice that sheer silence and formidable cooling that the ZEROtherm cooler offers.
First off although this cooler is fantastic it eats up an insane three PCI slots which is just impractical. As a result you’ll have less connectivity in the PC and you definitely can forget about partnering two of these cards up in SLI.
Despite of this small error in judgment on Inno3D’s behalf, this product remains one of the best 9600 GT money can buy.
Inno3D unveils its new GeForce 9800 GTX i-Chill with Arctic Cooling’s Accelero Xtreme cooler.
Inno3D nous dévoile sa nouvelle GeForce 9800 GTX i-Chill équipée du ventirad Accelero Xtreme d’Arctic Cooling.
A graphics card with a very nice looking GPU cooler.