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Thermalright unveils the Spitfire VGA heatsink

Unique L-shaped design

| Video Cards News | Posted: Dec 7, 2009 4:35 am

Thermalright has unveiled a new high-end GPU cooler it calls the Spitfire which looks highly capable with its 147 (L) x 123 (W) x 154 (H) mm dimensions, weighing in at 550 grams.

 

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The Spitfire has a nickel plated double-sided full copper base and makes use of six 6mm heatpipes for heat transfer to the massive aluminum fin array with which a 120mm or 140mm fan can be mounted to.

 

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Compatibility is plentiful with support for GeForce 7, 8 (excluding G80 based models) and 9 series cards, as well as the Radeon HD 3800, 4800 and 5800 series cards.

 

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The cooler's package also includes three types of heatsinks for the memory chips and VRM as well as various retention mechanisms and thumb-screws for tool-free installation along with a syringe of Chill Factor thermal goop.

 

Pricing and availability hasn't yet been disclosed.

 

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