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Apack Zerotherm GX710 copper videocard VGA cooler
Written by Gizmo   
Monday, 23 October 2006 09:15

Read the full review at TweakNews:

"While CPU temperatures have been on the decline recently, graphics processors seem to be taking the opposite course. For the most part, the OEM coolers on these newer graphics cards are loud and their cooling performance can be described as adequate at best, especially if the user wishes to do some overclocking. More often than not, PC enthusiasts in general and gamers in particular, are searching for aftermarket solutions that not only improve cooling and reduce noise, but are compact enough to utilize two cards in SLI.

Apack has been around for some time, but their ZEROtherm division, is a newcomer to the cooling aftermarket. ZEROtherm has recently released some VGA coolers that certainly look impressive and promise improved cooling with less noise."

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