The GIGABYTE V-Power is an older GPU Cooler that fits several cards that needed an aftermarket solution the most. On the surface you can tell the V-Power uses the 7900GTX design, but GIGABYTE has added a couple of nice features like LED lights to give that vintage card new life.
Active Silent Pipe Technology
Supports NVIDIA SLi and ATi CrossFire series
Universal mounting mechanism provides compatibility to wide range of VGA cards
4 heat pipes with a large dissipating fin
Channeled airflow with low to no acoustic
Fan speed controller
White atmospheric LED backlight
9cm ball-bearing fan
Memory heat sinks included
ATI RADEON X1950 series
ATI RADEON X1900 series
ATI RADEON X1800 series
NVIDIA GeForce 7900 series
NVIDIA GeForce 7800 series
NVIDIA GeForce 6800 series
The GIGABYTE V-Power had me crossing my fingers that an actual graphics card was in the package, but it wasn't. On the front we see the cooler with a 90mm fan right in the middle of it all.
The back side packaging does a really good job of explaining how the cooler works and the ease of mounting it to your graphics card.
I have seen this design somewhere before...
I thought I had seen it before, but the bottom is completely different than the 7800/7900 GeForce cards. Here we have a copper base, four heatpipes and lots of cooling fins.
When the cooler has power the red area lights up with a brilliant glow from the LEDs that are inside of the plastic.
The V-Power uses tightly packed fins on each side of the fan, air is pushed through the system and over the fins.
The GIGABYTE V-Power comes with lots of accessories including a fan speed controller, memory and VMR heatsinks and several power adapters.
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