Arctic Cooling Update Twin Turbo Pro

"Arctic Cooling have updated their amazingly flexible Twin Turbo VGA Cooler"

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Arctic Cooling announce updated Twin Turbo Pro VGA Cooler
Arctic Cooling have upgraded their award-winning Twin Turbo graphics card for the very latest graphics cards. As a multi-compatible cooler equipped with dual 92mm PWM fans and four heat-pipes it provides excellent cooling performance at very low noise levels.
The new 92mm fans, increased from the 80mm fans the Twin Turbo came equipped with, come with a new blade design that reduces noise to a minimal level to provide almost inaudible operation. The stock 4870 cooler produces 4.5 Sone whereas the Twin Turbo Pro produces only 0.3 Sone at full speed. The combination of these fans and an unconventional 4 heat-pipe architecture and 35 cooling fins mean it is capable of dissipating up to 120 Watts of heat.
twin turbo
The flexible Arctic Cooling mounting system is designed with both 43mm and 53mm screw holes providing compatibility with the NVIDIA 6600 series all the way through to the GT240 and GTS250 graphics cards. The flexibility of the mounting solution means it is also being suitable for the ATI X1300 all the way up to the latest HD5870.
Read the full specifications at the Arctic Cooling Website
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07-11-2009, 07:37:43

seriously - it was like yeah id do that when i was older....
someone actually has:

it is just soooo kewl.

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