Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME 4870X2 announced.

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Arctic Cooling adds 4870X2 Cooler to its Accelero XTREME range.


Arctic AccelroArctic Cooling have announced the addition of another VGA cooler to it's Accelero XTREME range of VGA coolers. The Accelero XTREME 4870X2. This cooler has been specifically designed to meet the demanding requirements of ATIs Radeon 4870X2 and follows the design of the Accelero XTREME range to provide a class leading cooling solution for this particular card.

The Accelero XTREME 4870X2 comes replete with three 92mm PWM fans that generate 81CFM of airflow whilst running between 1000 and 2000RPM allowing swift and efficient dispersal of the heat generated by the two GPUs. An eight heat-pipe design coupled to the three fans allows the Accelero XTREME 4870X2 to achieve 320 Watts of cooling capacity. This not only extends the life of the graphics card but allows a larger headroom for overclocking. The end result is a significant 50c drop in the temperature of the graphics card compared to the stock cooling. 

Arctic Cooling Accelero 4870X2

By employing low noise impellers and using Arctic Coolings patented fan holding technology, the three PWM fans on the Accelero XTREME 4870X2 operate almost silently. The PWM function ensures they only run at the speed necessary to restrain the heat generated by the card, and even running at their full 2000RPM capacity they only generate 0.5 sone, creating a substantially quieter gaming environment.

The Accelero XTREME 4870X2 comes with a six year warranty and is expected to be released at the end of March 2009 at a price tag of around 60 Euros.

View the Accelero XTREME page at Arctic Cooling here

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13-02-2009, 08:10:41

PV5150
Nice....very, very nice :worship: Can I cover it like I did the Australian one? :D

13-02-2009, 08:14:34

Ham
/raises hand

Only problem I see is pots. I can scrub out one or two and have pretty much everything we'd need insulation wise. But with no real time to play a tweak it's a bit iffy.

13-02-2009, 08:41:47

Kempez
Should we not tap up some old competition winners to see if one of them will join in too? That way they might have some spare pots.

14-02-2009, 04:12:51

Luigi
I know a lot of the top guys in the UK (a le benchtec)..

Id deffinately be up for this, got some cooling stuff we could use etc

Tbh, competitions like this are largely down to luck- Who has the lowest cold bug.

-edit-

You have to bring your own pots? Do you have any Ham? If not, I can track one down for us.

14-02-2009, 05:01:10

Jim

I know a lot of the top guys in the UK (a le benchtec)..

Id deffinately be up for this, got some cooling stuff we could use etc

Tbh, competitions like this are largely down to luck- Who has the lowest cold bug.

-edit-

You have to bring your own pots? Do you have any Ham? If not, I can track one down for us.



Problem is benchtec are going and you'd be competing with them...

14-02-2009, 09:40:29

Luigi
Bummer... Ham do you have any Ln2 pots? I large amount of Delta fans would also be good :D

14-02-2009, 10:13:38

Ham
As I said, I can make them. I've got two designs sat ready, just have to order the materials and shape them. But there wouldn't be any time to test them between now and the event and I've got a few reservations.

16-02-2009, 19:09:49

stuartpb
No news on the event then? Would be cool if OC3D could get a team together.

18-02-2009, 06:27:31

Dav0s
this sounds very good! would look forward to hearing the coverage!

18-02-2009, 07:10:33

llwyd
Happy to volunteer as team photographer if one is needed :)
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