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    Artic Cooling VGA/Graphic Card Cooler

    Right a question about this little beasty. I have been told that the revision 2 version of this is compatable with ATI9800se AIW cards. Any idea if the scan one is revision 2??
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    We’ve had a look @ them and atm there is no revision number on them. We expect these are the revision 1 but seeing as the revision 2 came out just before we got them in there might be a v slim chance we have the 2.0 model.

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    Anyone know how to tell the difference between the revision 1 and revision 2 of these coolers ?

    If so please inform wesley and he can check this for you

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    the base is slightly different, think they cut a corner off or something?

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    Cheers for your help with this question, mutcho appreciated.
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    The orignal fits the rad range of cards that use a small 2 pin fan connector. The 9600xt it won' fit has the connector is bigger, dunno bout 9800xt's ?

    has for aiw cards only the newer rev will fit that.....but then it throws the question up are the aiw cards using the larger 2 pin connector ? or the smaller one ? cos then you have the prob with the xt range of cards.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apex
    T.but then it throws the question up are the aiw cards using the larger 2 pin connector ? ...
    9800SE AIW uses floppy type connector

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUFF
    9800SE AIW uses floppy type connector
    I shouldn't expect it uses a floppy type connector for the onboard fan!

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