ARCTIC COOLING Release the Accelero XTREME 9800

"Ultimate Cooling Weapon for Enthusiast-Grade Graphics Cards"

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Ultimate Cooling Weapon for Enthusiast-Grade Graphics Cards
 
Swiss cooling solutions provider ARCTIC COOLING today announced the launch of the Accelero XTREME 9800, a new exceptional cooler of the Accelero Xtreme series for the latest nVIDIA GeForce 9800 series graphics cards.

33% cooler than stock cooler
Designed based on the acclaimed Accelero XTREME 8800, the Accelero XTREME 9800 is an even more powerful cooling solution for enthusiasts. Five 6mm heat pipes and 107 fins dissipate heat from the GeForce 9800 GTX card. Together with three 80mm PWM fans that transfer heat efficiently, the Accelero XTREME 9800 achieves 240 Watt cooling capacity, resulting in a 29°C temperature reduction from the stock cooler. In addition to the outstanding cooling performance, using the Accelero XTREME 9800 will also bring gamers a better overclocking experience and an extended service life of the graphics card.

Quietness matters
Same as other ARCTIC COOLING products, the Accelero XTREME 9800 not only excels in cooling, it also offers excellent noise management. Its three 80mm PWM fans are equipped with low noise impellers and installed in a unique fan holder in order to eliminate any buzzing sounds. The efficient noise control design enables the Accelero XTREME 9800 to minimize the noise level to 0.7 sone.

Enjoy the coolness and quietness brought by the Accelero XTREME 9800 today! The Accelero XTREME 9800 offers a 6-year limited warranty. It will be available in June 2008. The MSRP is US$53.95 and 34.95€ (excl. VAT).
 
Technical Specifications

Heatsink 248 L x 88 W x 31 H mm
Fan 80mm x 3 fans
Fan speed 700 – 2000 RPM (controlled by PWM)
Air flow 20 CFM/fan
Maximum Cooling Capacity 240 Watts
Weight 560g
Compatibility nVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX
 
Accelero XTREME 9800 front
 
Accelero XTREME 9800 underside
 
What a meaty looking GPU cooler! Who's up for one of these bad boys?
 
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