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Arctic cooling releases latest cooler in its graphics card series



/ 6 years ago

Arctic cooling have announced its new Accelero Xtreme Plus II VGA cooler. This is an improved version of the existing Accelero Xtreme Plus I VGA cooler. According to arctic the cooler has been redesigned to not only bring enhanced cooling through better arrangement of heatsink fins but also the cooler has been designed with flexibility in mind allowing for a greater range of cards to be compatible with the Plus II than the Plus I cooler.

In terms of notable cards which this now supports that it previously didn’t there is added “out-of-the-box” design compatibility with the GTX 580 and the HD 6970. In terms of the cooler itself it still utilises three 92mm fans with an aluminum heat sink (with 83 fins) to cover the GPU processor itself as well as additional heat sinks for other parts of the graphics card.

The main heat sink is formed of five 6mm copper heat pipes attached to a solid copper base. In addition to the changes brought to the mounting plate to allow compatibility with more cards the Accelero Xtreme Plus II will also be shipped with more VRM and memory heat sinks.

The three 92mm fans on the cooler run at 900-2000RPM and are fully adjustable. The whole cooler totals 288mm in length so adequate space is needed to fit this cooler (11.5 inches approx). It is also worth nothing the cooler comes with G-1 thermal glue for attaching all the relevant heat sinks and components to your graphics card.

The cooler will weigh 0.9kg and the recommended RRP will be around $65 which is similar in price to the current “Plus I” version of the cooler

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  • Eternalchaos

    Should be good the first Accelero Xtreme Plus had some great temps only down side is the price

  • ryanmartin

    Eternalchaos;18163 wrote: Should be good the first Accelero Xtreme Plus had some great temps only down side is the price

    This cooler on this is only like £40 so if your looking at a top end card you can buy the cheapest reference version of it buy this and then upgrade that way. Like for example if your gonna get a Hd 6970 a reference one costs around £250 and one with a custom cooler costs around £285-£315. So it essentially costs the same price except you will probably get much better cooling this way

  • lucas4

    love the cooler.glad to see AC including better thermal glue with their heatsinks as the VRM sinks falling off has been a major problem with previous AC coolers.here's to hoping they update their twin turbo pro cooler soon to include newer card compatibility and better VRM sinks. if they do, then i will not hesitate to buy considering its only £20 :eek:!

  • Eternalchaos

    lucas4;18174 wrote: love the cooler.glad to see AC including better thermal glue with their heatsinks as the VRM sinks falling off has been a major problem with previous AC coolers.here's to hoping they update their twin turbo pro cooler soon to include newer card compatibility and better VRM sinks. if they do, then i will not hesitate to buy considering its only £20 :eek:!

    It is going to be priced at around £40-50 here in the uk Im guessing .

  • lucas4

    Eternalchaos;18186 wrote: It is going to be priced at around £40-50 here in the uk Im guessing .

    ye probably. i hope they re-release an updated version of the Twin Turbo Pro though, because that is a good performing cooler but much cheaper :)!

  • Grim_Reaper

    Not a fan of AC. Thermal glue is crap, fan died by it's own with no reason after less than year. It's cheap, and it works so. Buy new for another 30-40$ for just replacing fans- this is inaccessible. Of course it's my opinion.

  • lucas4

    That doesn't sound good :(!I think their prices have always been great tho. They have good warranty as well Iirc

  • omegadoom13

    ryanmartin;18166 wrote: This cooler on this is only like £40 so if your looking at a top end card you can buy the cheapest reference version of it buy this and then upgrade that way. Like for example if your gonna get a Hd 6970 a reference one costs around £250 and one with a custom cooler costs around £285-£315. So it essentially costs the same price except you will probably get much better cooling this way

    Good advice! Thanks!