Geil Release the EVO Cyclone Memory Cooling System

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Geil Release the EVO Cyclone Memory Cooling System OC3D Official Press Release
 
 
GeIL is proud the announce the launch of the GeIL EVO Cyclone Memory Cooling System, featuring the world's 1st memory cooling fan with LED display, embedded with thermal sensor, indicating the surrounding temperature and real-time fan RPM. The Cyclone LED logo fan will display "GeIL" / "EVO Cyclone" in one cycle then automatically switching to "Temperature" / "RPM" in the next.
 
Optimized Cooling Technology
 
Designed with maximized airflow and heat dissipation, the metal fan bracket of the EVO Cyclone come with dual sets of cooling fin on both sides of the fan and air ducts underneath providing maximum cooling power for your high performance memory modules.
 
Universal Kit Design
 
The EVO Cyclone comes with a height-adjustable clip design to fit memory module heat sink of all sizes! From the tall and buffed up EVO ONE to the slim and sleek Black Dragon!
 
Quiet Operation at 21dBA
 
The ultra-quiet fan operates at a stealthy 21dBA with 3400RPM with life expectancy exceeding 25000 hours of continuous operation!
 
Geil EVO Cyclone
 
Press Release here
 
Additional product details here
 
Has Geil reinvented the wheel with the EVO Cyclone?
 
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18-11-2008, 09:43:37

painejake
Atm i have a ATi HD 4670 1024MB GDDR3 and looking for a upgrade on that. Tbh i dont think it will be for a while anyway. Or not untill nvidia drop their prices....

22-11-2008, 03:01:07

rammedst
9800gtx from nvidia or 4850 from ati, if you are going single card at around 150~ it doesnt matter

22-11-2008, 06:03:51

painejake
Is the 9800gtx SLi ready? And thanks :D

22-11-2008, 07:21:18

zak4994

Is the 9800gtx SLi ready? And thanks :D



You made me lol there.
Of course!

22-11-2008, 09:35:00

rammedst
that said though, why not get a good 300~ card instead of 2 150~ cards? i mean, what does a GTX260 cost? or do you not have that money and a buying one now one later kind of thing?

22-11-2008, 13:33:43

monkey7
2*8450 is about the same value as a 300 pound card, and gives way better performance in most games :)

GTX260 certainly has its arse kicked by a '50 crossfire setup. If your motherboard support it and you have the budget, I'd go for that.

22-11-2008, 14:02:39

painejake

You made me lol there.
Of course!



Shh i havent seen a nvidia card since the GeForce440MX :P

Reason? I only ahve £150 to spend thn in a few months time ill buy the same card again :)

24-11-2008, 08:15:20

rammedst
Ahhh, i see, well, if that is the case, yes, Sli would be appropriate, however, there are 1 things, one is that your board, being the 750i chipset won't get the most out of the 2 cards (dual 8x i think), and the other being that there is no guarantee you will spent the other 150~ on another card exactly the same. unfortunately, this certainly seems like the best solution to my knowledge...

Oh, on a side note, I have never heard of E-tec, could someone affirm with me on this brand? are they good? because if they are only so-so you may need a new power supply if you intend to run Sli (650W means nothing, I want to know the current of the combined 12v rail(s))

25-11-2008, 04:49:28

painejake
Its just a cheap e-buyer affiliated brand. Its a ok psu as in it works, but i will prob upgrade to the coolmaster 800w when im moving onto 2 cards or as im thinking of saving a bit more cash and getting a 260 or something or even stick with ATi :)

04-12-2008, 15:19:42

ikan dugong
if you want to experince SLI for 150, I think 2x 9600GT is quite powerful to run most games nowadays. otherwise, go for a single 9800GTX+ (you can save for another one to get SLI config on 9800GTX+ later). or if you insist on crossfire, go get one of 4850 card, you can migrate your system to crossfire later, and boost gaming performance with two 4850's. just make sure your system (power supply) is ready for those power-hungry cards.
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