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| Posted: Aug 30, 2004 2:06 am

- ATI4 & NV5 silencer

Since the recent release of Arctic Cooler's improved VGA Silencer line of video card cooling products, they've attracted quite a lot of attention due to consistant reports of far superior performance over their previous older generation models. I have one of these ATI Silencer 4's myself and they really are an unbeatable alternative to stock cooling, particularly for the price. PCUnleash have today taken a look at two of them, suited to the high-end current generation cards.

 

Usage of high-end video cards is increasing and we have the new Silencers from Artic-cooling. Unfortunately there wasn't much choice when it came to the various video card coolers out there up to now. Silencer has proven its capability for being the best. Two new version of Silencer have recently been introduced. ATI4 is designed for the X800 series and NV5 will work with the entire 6800 Geforce series of card. The Silencer has earned its reputation for cooling efficiency and a low level of noise.

 


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- DFI LANParty NF2 ULTRA B Motherboard @ Techbits
- Samsung SyncMaster 213T Monitor @ SLCentral
- Software Developer Says NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Specifications May Alter @ XBit Labs
- Edifier S5.1 240W Speaker System @ The TechLounge
- Ahanix D.vine 4 Home Theater Series PC Case @ ModtheBox
- Chaintech SK8T800 Athlon64 motherboard @ Club Overclocker
- Silverstone Temjin III (TJ-03) @ Hexus
- Logitech Cordless Optical Notebook Mouse @ TechIMO
- OCZ PowerStream 420w Adjustable ATX PSU @ The Crucible
- Ultra 18 inch UV IDE cables @ Phoronix
- Titan TWC-AO4 Watercooling Kit @ GuruReview
- PQI3200-1024DPU 2x512MB PC3200 Platinum 2-2-2-5 @ ClubOC

 

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