BFG Tech who is best known for their overclocked NVIDIA cards which continue to carry a lifetime warranty have recently decided to mix it up in the cooling department. While they have offered full blown water block solutions for a while now, people who want something a a bit tamer than these without resorting to the stock cooler haven't had much luck.
That is until now, the release of the ThermoIntelligence series form BFG Tech now means that you get something that is supposedly more effective than a stock cooler but still offers a compact single slot setup.
Currently it's only the 8600 series which uses the cooler and the particular model we have here today is the GTS OC variant. Let's have a closer look at what exactly BFG Tech offer along with a closer look at the technology behind the ThermoIntelligence design.
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