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AC Details Upcoming Products
Right after CeBit, cooling specialists Arctic Cooling were hard at work to bring out an array of new products.
Accelero Xtreme 9800
As many users found out that the excellent performance of Accelero Xtreme series, now we are going to extend its compatibility to the latest nVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX by Accelero Xtreme 9800. The same as Accelero Xtreme series, it is equipped with 5 heatpipes, 107 fins and 3 x 80mm PWM fan for transferring heat efficiently at low noise level.
Dimensions260 L x 98 W x 55 H mm
Fan3 x 80mm
Fan speed700 - 2000 RPM (controlled by PWM)                   
Air flow20 CFM/fan
Maximum Cooling Capacity        240 Watts
CompatibilitynVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX
It will be available in the market sooner by mid-May.
Accelero Twin Turbo
A new dual-fan VGA cooler Accelero TWIN TURBO, adding a multi-compatible high performance merchandise into their reputable VGA cooler product line. It is featured with 4 heat pipes, 30 fins and 2 PWM fans, which gives enthusiasts a very promising result – 26°C lower than the nVIDIA GeForce 9600GT stock cooler. It is widely compatible with nVIDIA GeForce 9600, 8800 series (G92) and ATI Radeon HD3870, 3850 and much more.
Dimensions212 L x 103 W x 34 H mm
Fan2 x 80mm
Fan speed1200 - 2000 RPM (controlled by PWM)                   
Air flow40 CFM / 68m3h
Maximum Cooling Capacity        120 Watts
CompatibilityATI Radeon HD 3870, 3850, 2600, 2400, X1950, X1900, X1800, X1650, X1600, X1550, X1300

nVIDIA GeForce 9600GT, 8800GTS(G92), 8800GT, 8600, 8500, 8400, 7950GT, 7900, 7800, 7600, 7300, 6800, 6600
It will be available in the marketing by late-May.
Freezer 7 LP
Most slim cases users find it difficult to buy a suitable cooler replacement that suits the size of their small chassis. ARCTIC COOLING is going to launch the Freezer 7 LP, an innovative Intel CPU cooler especially designed for media centre users to fulfill their needs. Apart from its lightweight and low profile design, the Freezer 7 LP performs excellent cooling execution. 2 heatpipes, 40 fins and an 80mm PWM fan dissipate heat from the CPU core efficiently and rapidly.

It will be available in the market by late-May
Arctic RC
High clock speeds and raised voltage lead to increasing temperatures – even on RAM modules. Since this lowers the overclocking potential as well as reduces the service life of the modules, ARCTIC RC – the revolutionary thermodynamic design lowers the temperature and thus extends your overclocking potential is designed. ARCTIC RC is compatible with both DDR2 and DDR3 SDRAM modules, and applicable to both single and double sided modules. With the pre-applied thermal tape, it can be installed easily for bring an excellent cooling experience.

It will be available in the market by late-May
Arctic Cooling will be displaying all of their current products as well as unveiling their upcoming products at Computex, Taipei in June.
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Most Recent Comments

07-04-2008, 13:41:22

Im looking at watercooling my 8800GTX Graphics card and i am going to use the EK-FC8800 GTX/Ultra GPU block on my card.

My case is a Gigabyte 3D Mercury which has built in watercooling and connection points for cooling additional components.

I have a couple of questions i would be grateful if someone could answer...

1 - The connections in my case are 1/4 inch or 6mm. Looking at the availble barb's they all appear to be either 3/8/" or 1/2" so what barbs would i require to connect my case to the GPU waterblock?

2 - What hose would i require?

3 - Do you think the small diameter hose would allow enough flow to cool my graphics card (which does run hot!)?

Any advice would be much appreciated :)

07-04-2008, 14:09:57


is it 6mm ID or OD do you know?

07-04-2008, 15:02:41

Hi, just took a quick pic and put some dimensions on of the barbs inside my case...


Thanks :)

07-04-2008, 15:16:26

strange sizing they use then :S

are there any "screw in" threads free as at the moment its not looking togood unless they provided size adapters

07-04-2008, 15:28:49

No screw in threads or size adapters, just the moulded plastic barbs that can be seen in my above pic.

I think the only option i have then is to do away with the standard splitter valves in the case and fit a couple of 3/8" T-pieces in their place (the rest of the case is piped up with 3/8" ID tube.

07-04-2008, 15:38:10

looking that way tbh - once you have 3/8" your sorted :D

07-04-2008, 16:05:15

Thanks for the advice :)

Its either that or run the built in cooling for my CPU and run an seperate cooling system for my graphics card. I may be putting another graphics card in there in the near future and im not sure if the standard case cooling system would be up to the job.

07-04-2008, 16:28:56

for CPU and GPU you are talking at least a 240mm rad ;)

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