Coolink presents GFXChilla VGA cooler

"Coolink today presented its new GFXChilla VGA cooler. Employing 4 high-performance heatpipes and two large 80mm fans, the GFXChilla provides superior cooling performance."

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Coolink today presented its new GFXChilla VGA cooler. Employing 4 high-performance heatpipes and two large 80mm fans, the GFXChilla provides superior cooling performance at minimum noise levels. The GFXChilla is widely compatible, simple to install and can easily be upgraded.

 

“Many users are annoyed with their noisy VGA cards and hence look for a high-quality silent solution that is easy to install and comes at a fair price”, explains Timothy Chu, Coolink CEO. “Our new GFXChilla is perfectly suited for quietly cooling popular VGA cards like Nvidia GeForce 8800GT or ATI Radeon 3870 as well as older series.”



Thanks to four thick 6mm heatpipes and two quiet 80mm fans (18dB/A), the GFXChilla provides exceptional cooling performance at extremely low noise levels. Its large fans not only cool the GPU but also provide strong airflow over the card’s various components. In order to cool the RAM chips and voltage regulators, the GFXChilla comes with 18 self-adhesive heatsinks.

The GFXChilla’s flexible mounting system is easy to use even for less experienced users and allows for broad compatibility with a wide range of current and older VGA cards.

In order to achieve even better cooling performance, the GFXChilla’s 80x80x10mm low-profile fans can be replaced with standard 80x80x25fans, which, due to their bigger height, can produce higher levels of airflow.

 

 

A very good plan from Coolink, the stock GPU coolers at the moment are the noisiest things in a computer. About time soneone fixed it. Discuss on our Forums.

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07-02-2008, 08:43:52

Rastalovich
To get the fundamentals out of the way. This was 100% copied from Tom`s Hardware, more or less cos I cba writing my own, which I was thinking about but not in so much great detail. I changed only the font size and the headings to the list, but the contents are 100% Tom`s Hardware.

I was driven to a link within Tom`s Hardware, and had an interesting read about where the graphic card status is for feb 2008. Linky. Price matching and so forth.

Although I, and others perhaps, may not totally agree with the summations within the artical, it did end with a very nice looking table. Arguable in itself, 1 thing it does do is compare like for like the 2 camps. I know a card or 2 could skip up and down the list on either side, and the assumption is they`re all stock I imagine, but nevertheless, I thought it pretty useful as a rough guide. Something u can point people at too.

On the bonus side, he/they included laptop/onboard stuffs. Hmm... onboard Intel within this would be nice..

[CENTER][IMG]http://upload.overclock3d.net/dwn/071330437792/nvradia.jpg[/IMG][/CENTER]

.. think I covered the fact I basically nicked the contents of the table by plugging the website enough. Eh ?

07-02-2008, 08:59:33

ali_james
Ive got an nvidia card from both of the two bottom layers :)
Nice find.

Cheers!

07-02-2008, 09:15:14

Mr. Smith
I don't like Tom's.

Does this take into account resolutions and such or is it a generalisation? Pretty good but I assume everyone on here already knows the order of pwnage on cards!

07-02-2008, 09:33:45

Rastalovich
Generalization afaic.

To go into any greater detail I think would require an attached spreadsheet with input options. Or a MASSIVE chart.

07-02-2008, 12:38:59

Hatman
GT different rank to GTS... down with the 640...

w/e lol
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