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Thermaltake GeForce4 "Highest Performance Cooler" Review

With the new GeForce4 video boards hitting the streets, is it any wonder that Thermaltake has come up with a cooling solution for it? Probably not. So come join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a look at the Thermaltake GeForce4 "Highest Performance Cooler". Not only do we need to see if the cooler is more effective than a stock heatsink, but we also want to know if it will allow us to overclock the core any higher. Let's see if it can do both!

| Video Card Colers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: May 26, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Thermaltake

 

Introduction

 

By now, most people know who Thermaltake is. Lately, they have been making a cooling solution for just about anything that could possibly have need of it. So it should come as no real surprise that when nVidia launched the mighty GeForce4 video cards, Thermaltake was hot on its heels with a cooler for this new hot-shot.

 

Introducing the Thermaltake GeForce4 "Highest Performance Cooler". Its purpose is to allow your new GeForce4 Ti based video board to run cooler. While we do plan on testing this, we also wanted to know if it would allow for any higher overclocking of the GeForce4. After all, faster is always better isn't it?

 

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