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Old 29th October 2008, 14:08   #1
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Default PR: Scythe VGA Chip Heatsinks: The practical extra cooling for all video cards

With the VGA chip cooler kit, the Japanese manufacturer Scythe Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan) provides optimal cooling of the VRAM, voltage converter of MOSFETs of almost any graphics card available in the market. Especially for nVidia graphics cards, there is a heatsink for the HSI-chip supplied.

Whereas it is common practice for normal RAM, cooling of the videocard's VRAM is still largely neglected. Up to now, many manufacturers equip their memory already with additional passive coolers, while VRAM-chips are often still without any cooling. For this reason, there are 16 VRAM chip heatsinks included in the package.

Due to the different sizes of the chip-cooler, the kit is compatible to nearly all current video cards . An optimized cooling is provided and the overheating of VRAM, MOSFETs and voltage converters is prevented.

The chip VGA cooler kit is also compatible with the chipset coolers of Musashi VGA cooler, users can apply the VGA Chip Heatsink kit to replace lost heatsinks.


Included in the VGA Chip Heatsinks package, there are a total of 23 passive heatsink included, the UVP (MSRP) is 8.50 Euro excluding uding VAT or US$ 10.50

http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products...ga-cooler.html
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