This card called Dark Knight is the new product of ASUS. This is a GeForce 9800 GTX+ with a four heatpipe Dark Knight cooler.
In order to offer a better cooling to the very hot RV770, Gainward will launch (in september) a non-reference Radeon HD 4870 with a three heatpipe cooler and two big fans on it.
Expreview has published a detailed article on Thermalright’s T-Rad2, a new cooler for GPU. T-Rad2 is compatible with mainstream display cards such as NVIDIA GeForce 9xxx and ATI Radeon HD 38xx/48xx Series. See at the end of the post, the link to the compatibiliy list.
Read the complete review here: Showing off the power of dual fan: Thermalright T-Rad2 GPU cooler review
This graphics card by MSI, is equiped with MSI’s new cooler using Hybrid Freezer technology. It offers a total silence in idle (normal Windows operation) as well as in loading (during intensive gaming). This card has 1Gb of onboard memory that can help when the gamer wants to play at ultra high resolution (but in that case, the gameplay is limited by the power of the 9600 GT so ultra high res gaming is not an good example of application of 1Gb of memory). Anyway, the cooler is the key of this GeForce and temperature stays around 46 degrees in idle and does not exceed 65 degrees in full load.
MSI GeForce 9600 GT Hybrid Freezer has the following features:
– GPU: G94
– stream processors: 64
– core clock: 650MHz
– shader clock: 1625MHz
– memory clock: 900MHz
– memory: 1Gb DDR3 / 256-bit
– DirectX 10 / OpenGL 2.1 / Shader Model 4.0
Need more news about GeForce 9600 GT? Jump to: GeForce 9600 GT @ Geeks3D
Turbo3D announces its Radeon HD 4850 / 4870 equipped with the Accelero Twin Turbo active cooler. Feel the Breeze, Feel the Power as Force3D says… I’d like to see how these cards will react with FurMark 😉
Xigmatek has launched a new graphic card cooler that uses a HDT (Heatpipe Direct Touch) base where the heatpipes are exposed and have direct contact with the GPU.
The chaps over at metku.net has reviewed this vga cooler HERE.
Arctic Cooling has announced the successor of Accelero XTREME, which brings support for the recently launched GeForce 9800 series, Accelero EXTREME 9800.
More info: Accelero Xtreme 9800 hompage