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|24th October 2006, 11:33||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Revoltec VGA Graphic Freezer Pro
With the increasing power of video cards comes an increased need for good cooling. The stock cooling you find on both NVIDIA and ATI video cards do keep the video cards cool but often at the expense of a higher than acceptable noise level.
There is a lot of third-party VGA coolers on the market and today we are reviewing one from Revoltec; the Revoltec VGA Graphic Freezer Pro.
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