Arctic Cooling Announces The Accelero S2

"ARCTIC COOLING announces the Accelero S2 – A high efficient passive Dual heatpipes graphic card (GPU) cooler."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 26/02/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Arctic Cooling

Official Press Release

Official Press Release

ARCTIC COOLING introduces a radically new passive cooling solution for main stream graphic cards. Without moving parts inside, Accelero S2 effectively helps the graphic card to remove heat and silently keeps the components cool. Thanks to the elegant design, Accelero S2 can even outperform other active cooling solutions, bringing a true industrial leading zero noise solution for demanding users.

Radically new optimized passive design

To provide the ultimate heat conductivity and larger surface area, Accelero S2 features dual thick copper heatpipes which extend directly from GPU core. Heat from the GPU can rapidly reach through 31 dissipating fins that extend beyond the height of the graphic card. Optimized fin design allows air flow to easily pass through and removes the heat effectively. Together with the bundled RAM heat sinks, Accelero S2 provides an all-round passive solution that achieves the best cooling performance.

Practical zero noise solution

Install and forget about it – No moving parts means maintenance free. An extra pair of mounting clips provides extensive protection to the graphic card that prevents damage from improper handling. With the help of the new mounting design, Accelero S2 is widely compatible with ATI (Radeon X1650, X1600, X1550, X1300, X1050, X850, X800, X700, X600, X550, X300 and 9XXX series) and nVIDIA (GeForce 7600, 7300, 6600, FX 5950, FX 5900, FX 5700 (Ultra), FX 5600, FX 5500, FX 5200, 4 TI and MX series) graphic cards.

Accelero S2 will be available by end of March 2007. The MSRP is USD 22 and Euro 18 (excl VAT).

Accelero S2

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24-02-2007, 18:34:01

FragTek

what would you say the max temp at load of an opteron175 is mine is running at core0-43c and core1-53c @1.5 volts is this too high



Nope you're fine at that temp mate. IIRC the rule of thumb on the A64's / Opty's was not to exceed 60*c.

24-02-2007, 20:01:30

Toxcity

Nope you're fine at that temp mate. IIRC the rule of thumb on the A64's / Opty's was not to exceed 60*c.



Mr. Frag is right.. Although if you want the chip to live longer.. I would suggest keeping it cooler! ;)

24-02-2007, 20:04:09

llwyd

Mr. Frag is right.. Although if you want the chip to live longer.. I would suggest keeping it cooler! ;)



At those temperatures and no outside interference you can expect that cpu to outlive most housepets......

As Frag said, 60*C is a good guideline for most chips as a maximum sustained temperature, the chip will withstand higher but then your looking at possible longterm damage

25-02-2007, 05:33:10

woppy101
i was expecting them to be lower with a tuniq tower

25-02-2007, 05:40:49

limqareb
how come i get a 2 c difference in temps core #0 41 core # 1 43

25-02-2007, 06:23:28

PV5150
Start your own thread lim :nono:

25-02-2007, 06:28:17

limqareb

Start your own thread lim :nono:



sry pv :( :eyes:
well on the topic , i had an amd at that voltage and stock cooler and i even reached 70 sometimes but those temps are fine

25-02-2007, 07:17:39

Rastalovich
60 degrees sounds about right, even way back I can remember cpus giving really unstable results around 65.

Work ok for a long while, but then out of the blue u`d get a restart or something... cpu cools down a bit.. then the cycle continues.

25-03-2007, 14:13:20

a1651

how come i get a 2 c difference in temps core #0 41 core # 1 43



I might be wrong but I read that the memory controller runs hotter than the rest on the core logic on a dual core A64/Opteron/FX. Since there is only one memory controller it might be located closer to Core 1.

60*C as a guideline sounds good too.

25-03-2007, 14:27:00

NickS

Mr. Frag is right.. Although if you want the chip to live longer.. I would suggest keeping it cooler! ;)



That temp is fine. Up to 65 Orthos is fine for 24/7 AMD Dual Core.
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