Thermaltake announces Fanless 300 VGA Cooler

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Thermaltake offer new VGA cooler

Thermaltake have announced their new VGA cooler, the Fanless 330. As the name implies, it's a passive cooler with no fans. Featuring three seperate heatsinks, interconnected by heatpipes, the design is quite eye catching. There is no word on pricing as yet.

From the press release:

In order to provide a comfortable gaming environment while enjoying the extreme performance from high-end graphic cards for extreme gamers, Thermaltake has been working on the Fanless VGA cooler for long, and this new Fanless 330 with the entirely new mechanic design for the industry is expected to bring your gaming experience to a whole new exciting level!

 
 

 
You can view the full press release here. You can also discuss in our forums here.
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06-09-2008, 21:56:00

zerostatic
Today I woke up to find my basement filled with 6 inches of water, the location I happen to keep my computer. I removed all the electronic equipment and it has been drying for awhile. The computer was powered on during this event.

I've tried powering on the pc and it will run through the post and start up and run programs but I'm getting graphical distortion which is what I'm currently concerned about. I have the Antec P90 case so only the hard drive and the power supply came into contact with any water.

Before I get flamed...yes I know I'm an idiot...

Thanks for any help or support for this.

06-09-2008, 22:06:34

Ham
How long has it been drying for?

I'd have had it in an airing cupboard for at least 3/4 days, then gone to town with a hair dryer.

Make sure everything is bone dry.

06-09-2008, 22:22:22

zerostatic
12 hours...I've got a fan running on it, and I'll have a hair dryer soon. I won't touch it again for a few days.

07-09-2008, 05:26:40

Silentsnake
12 hours is definantly not enough and to be honest dont think a fan is making much of a difference!, you should og used one of those electric heaters that blow hot air out, Also if you have turned your pc on while it was wet its very likely damage has already been done, but keep it off for another 48hrs then give it a shot

just as ham said use a blow drier
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