The competition between ATI and NVIDIA is fierce; it’s definitely a buyers market in video cards these days. New chips are coming out every six months and they’re almost always running more transistors, faster. There’s a fair chance that the hottest and noisiest component inside your PC is the video card. Fortunately, the PC cooling industry has responded with some excellent products to keep the GPU heat and noise down. Join Benchmark Reviews as we look at how the Zalman VF900-Cu Ultra Quiet Heat-pipe VGA Cooler saved the day for one system builder.
Read the complete review HERE.
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.
[English]NVIDIA’s 9900 GTX cooler caught on camera[/English][French]Le ventirad de la NVIDIA 9900 GTX en images[/French]
GT200’s cooler pictured HERE.
Quelques images du ventiral du nouveau GPU GT200 qui équipera la 9900 GTX.
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