ARCTIC COOLING Unwrap Exclusive Accelero L6 Cooler

"Switzerland based cooling solutions manufacturer ARCTIC COOLING today unveiled their new OEM Accelero L6 cooling project."

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ARCTIC COOLING Unwrap Exclusive Accelero L6 Cooler
The new Accelero L6 coolers have been designed exclusively for Manli graphics cardsSwitzerland based cooling solutions manufacturer ARCTIC COOLING today unveiled their new OEM Accelero L6 cooling project. The cooling solutions are designed exclusively for NVIDIA OEM card manufacturer, Manli Technology Group.
A multi-compatible VGA cooler, the Accelero L6 features a 92nm PWM fan that provides high airflow even at low speeds. Low GPU temperatures are achieved for the core through a specially designed heatsink and the thermal compound MX-2, which has been pre-applied.
The patented fan holder with low noise impeller reduces the noise level to a quiet 0.4 Sone, giving the Accelero L6 super-quiet operation even at peak loads. According to ARCTIC COOLING, the low noise levels achieved by the Accelero L6 far surpass those achieved by any stock cooler.
The new cooler is compatible with both 512MB and 1GB versions of Manli’s 9800GT DDR3, 9600GT DDR3 and 9600GT DDR2 graphics cards which are slated to become available from next month.
Talking about the new product, managing director of ARCTIC COOLING Magnus Huber said, “With our expertise in thermal and noise control management, the unique Accelero L6 can fulfil every need for any Manli mainstream VGA boards. And the success of this new cooler will bring our partnership into a new horizon.”
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21-05-2009, 13:15:42

A DVD sized disc that can store 1.6TB of data - now that's some cool storage space.

Read on

21-05-2009, 13:16:09

Then you scratch it and its useless.

21-05-2009, 17:25:06

Being as they'd need new opticals for them anyway...

Wouldn't it be pretty decent to have something 500g or so in size, with a dual/quad lazer reader and redundancy.

At the same time as they release it, they can boast a unit that can r/w existing media 3 or 4 times better than b4 and do away with the ATA66 limit.

21-05-2009, 19:46:34

The claim is impressive but will it work with any player/burner?
It would hard to create a DVD2 in place of blu-ray already establishing itself.

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