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Old 23rd August 2008, 14:32   #1
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Thermalright HR-03 GTX: VGA cooler for NVIDIA GTX 260/280

# 6 quality heatpipes for maximum amount of heat transfer to work with any of 92mm or smaller fans for best configuration to suit your needs
# Proprietary two-heatsinks-soldered-to-form-as-one design to maximize cooling capacity
# Heatpipes soldered every heatsink fin to increase heat transfer efficiency
# Nickel-plated heatsink to reduce oxidation effect, maintaining top performance for long term usage
# Two ways of mounting the cooler on video card for best space and configuration management in ATX and BTX form factor cases
# Includes the PWN-IC heatsink with proprietary thru holes adapted from the High Riser Series for best heat dissipation
# Sleek and stylish appearance

Technical Spec
* Dimension:L133 x W156 x H38 mm
* Weight: 410g / Recommended Fan (92x25mm)All 92 x 92 x 25mm fans
* Heat pipes:Six heat pipes / Nickel Plated
* Base material: Copper Base

Question :
Can HR-03 GTX be installed on other types of video card or is it just for the nVidia GTX 200 series.
Answer :
HR-03 GTX can only be installed on GTX 280 and GTX 260 due to the difference in location of the mounting holes.

Question :
The HR-03 GTX is said to have two methods of installation. Which method is the best one?
Answer :
The wattage consumption on the GTX 200 series is extremely high, if your chassis does not provide sufficient air flow internally, Method Type 2 is recommended (The entire heatsink installed on the GPU rather than having the fins routed to the back of the card). The airflow from the fan would be able to help cool the VRM part.
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