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Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME Plus VGA Cooler
Author: Chris McInnis
Manufacturer: Arctic Cooling
Source: Arctic Cooling
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November 24, 2010

Arctic Cooling is a brand name that should be familiar to computing enthusiasts. Their line of Freezer CPU coolers and Accelero GPU coolers put them on the map, and in this review we'll take a look at their latest GPU cooling solution, the Accelero XTREME Plus. The Accelero XTREME Plus takes the same thermal technology used with the award-winning Accelero S series, and adapts it to be compatible with the latest generation of graphics cards from both the "red" and the "green" teams.

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The promotional image above gives you a sneak peek at this universal VGA cooling solution. Before taking a closer look at the sample provided for review, let's check out some of the published data on the Accelero XTREME Plus taken from the official product page on the Arctic Cooling website.

Features:

Unmatched cooling performance - 250 Watts - for a multi-compatible VGA cooler
3 ultra quiet 92mm PWM fans with low noise impeller
5 heatpipes and 84 fins for efficient heat dissipation
Patented fan holder eliminates buzzing and vibrating sound
Pre-applied ARCTIC MX-4
Compatible with CrossFire and SLI

Specifications:

Dimensions: 290 L x 104 W x 56 H mm
Fan: 92mm x 3 fans with 120mm cable
Fan speed: 900 - 2000 RPM (controlled by PWM)
Air flow: 81 CFM / 138m3/h
Max. Cooling Capacity: 250 Watts
Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Weight: 622g
Warranty: 6 year

Applications:

ATI Radeon
    HD 6870
    HD 5870, 5830
    HD 4890, 4870, 4850, 4830
    HD 3870, 3850

nVIDIA GeForce
    GTX 480, 470, 465, 460
    GTX 285, 280, 275, 260+, 260
    GTS 250, 9800GTX+, 9800GTX

Packaging:

The Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME Plus arrived in the same clear, protective shell you are likely to see on your store shelf. They did a great job of keeping the packaging to a minimum and thus allowing the product to sell itself. Aside from the two small labels, the entire package is clear in order to show off the cooler. Flipping the product around, you do get a quick breakdown of the features, specifications and which accessory kits you'll need for which graphics solution you'll be using.

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