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Thermalright Introduces HR-03 VGA Cooler

| Video Cards News | Posted: Oct 6, 2006 11:49 am

Thermalright have added a new universal VGA cooler to their lineup today, dubbed the HR-03. This beastly design sports 4 heat pipes and is said to be able to passively cool any card currently on the market, with the option for even better cooling by mounting a 92mm fan of choice.


Head over to Thermalright's website for further info.


HR-03 works with 4 heat pipes in the forms of 2 U-pipes and 2 N-pipes (another innovative concept from Thermalright) for a well and evenly spread out distribution of heat, and just as are our other High Riser heatsinks, the HR-03 can work effectively, with or without a fan. It all depends on your preference level for noise and performance.


For those hardcore overclockers who don't mind a little noise (more or less) and just want pure performance, you can strap on any 9cm fan of your choice and just go nuts! Crank it up! Turn up the juice! The HR-03 will cool the newest and hottest GPU from ATI and Nvidia. In our own test lab, we ran the HR-03 passively without a fan on a Nvidia 7950GT against the stock cooler and it performed shoulder to shoulder with stock cooling.


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