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Old 13th November 2006, 15:13   #1
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VGA Cooler Roundup on ATI X1900 Series

We test 4 after market VGA coolers from Thermalright, Zalman, Sytrin and Arctic Cooling on a hot running Powercolor ATI X1900 GT. Which one keeps the card the coolest and how quiet can it be done? Find out in this group test.

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Old 12th May 2007, 22:22   #2
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Default review Sytrin KuFormula VF1 GPU WITHOUT FAN

Due to space constraints (no free PCI slots in my system), I was interested if you could re-test the VF1 WITHOUT the included fan with a 120mm fan mounted on the rear of the case (i have a Arctic-Cooling ACF12).

My system setup is similar to the Piotke's Test Setup picture on Page 1 of your review except my Zalman blow air directly to the back of the case.

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these products and test card are no longer available as we have to make room for new product reviews & gear; sorry :/
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I still think TR cripples their cooler by supplying a crappy fan. It is just asking to ghetto mount a 1000 RPM 120mm Silent Eagle.
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TR doesn't supply fans with their HSF
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"The included 80mm fan is low profile (15mm) and spins at 2500rpm@12v."

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for retail channel they sometimes do, but if you check their product line-up you'll see that practically none come with fan. I think the low profile is not a bad choice as it limits the risk of it not fitting inside your case.
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