CoolIT sent us a link to a video that they've uploaded to YouTube showing off exactly what its recently released Dual Drive Bay VGA cooler can do when attached to a Radeon HD 4870 X2 graphics card.
They pushed the up from the default clock speeds of 750MHz core, 900MHz (1800MHz DDR) memory up to 880MHz core and 1000MHz (2000MHz DDR) memory.
The liquid cooler managed to keep things well under control and during a run of 3DMark Vantage, the maximum reference GPU temperature never got any higher than 39C - amazing, I think I got to get me one of these coolers as even at stock and with normal cooling, the X2 operates hotter than this.
You can read the recent press release of the Dual Drive Bay VGA cooler over here.
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