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GIGABYTE Announces Second Generation Silent-Pipe Technology

| Posted: Oct 19, 2005 2:50 am

In a recent press release from GIGABYTE, they bring to light their new "Silent-Pipe II" VGA cooling technology which provides a unique fanless high performance cooling solution for mid to high-end video cards, this making it an ideal solution for home theatre environments etc. - To get the full gist of how the design works, check out all the details over here folks.

 


GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd., a leader in quiet graphics card cooling solutions, today announced Silent-Pipe II technology that generates natural airflow to provide more efficient cooling without the use of a heat sink or fan. This is achieved through a unique design that draws cool air in through a new proprietary front-flow thermal module to remove heat from the heat sink on the VGA card. With the improved natural airflow generated by GIGABYTE Silent-Pipe II technology, even hardcore 3D processing applications can run smoothly and reliably with minimal noise from high-speed VGA card cooling fans. With its extremely quiet operation, GIGABYTE Silent-Pipe II technology is ideal for home theatre and media center enthusiasts who require impeccable performance from high-end graphics cards without the intolerable whir of cooling fans.

 

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