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    Aerocool VM-101 fanless VGA cooler

    Any one seen the Aerocool VM-101 fanless VGA card cooler?

    Heat Sink Specification :
    Dimension Tube -263mm (L) x 6mm (Dia.)
    Fins - 30 fins 165mm (L) x 30mm (W)
    Material Superconductor Tube + Aluminumins
    Features :
    1. High thermal conductivity
    2. Aluminum fins w/superconductor tubes for light weight and max performance
    3. Nickle plated fins and superconductor tubes for shiny surface finish
    4. Thunderbolt theme cover plate and fins design
    5. No fan is required
    6. Can dissipate more than 70W of heat
    Applications:
    NVIDIA GeForce FX5900 / ATI Radeon 9800 Pro
    Weight 220g

    £17.92 (inc VAT)
    £15.25 (ex VAT)
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    daniel

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    Looks like good value judging by the amount of metal present .

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    Omg thats large. Quarter of a kilo on one card aswell. WIll this work on other gfx cards aswell?

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    looks cool=) i like my good ol arctic cooler tho =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogun
    Omg thats large. Quarter of a kilo on one card aswell. WIll this work on other gfx cards aswell?
    well, i dont think its any heaver than zalmans ZM-80's

    - and it should fit on most cards, it the mobo's that get in the way (many the bottom ends of the memory sticks)


    looks good tho doesnt it, daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spud1
    looks cool=) i like my good ol arctic cooler tho =)
    Have to agree

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    Oh this is available from www.cpucity.co.uk in case anyone was wondering. The Arctic Cooler is meant to perform better, or so the guys on their forums say, but I'm waiting for further reports as this seems just the ticket for me as I want silence. Having moved from a passive GF2MX to a 9700 the noise is doing my nut.

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    You guys think that's large, have you seen:



    and



    Okay, CPU coolers but they look like they should rock most absolutely. Need. Damn CPUCity are costing me a small fortune at the mo.
    Last edited by Zathras; 28-06-2004 at 01:45 AM. Reason: typo

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    - you could alway mod it fit your GPU, might take up a "FEW" pci slots tho!!!!

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