Cooler Master have issued out an announcement today which brings to light their new "CoolViva Pro" heatsink/fan combo for graphics cards. The design is based around 3 heat pipes directed to an aluminium heat sink, with hot air being pushed out of a ventilated PCI-Bracket at the back of your case.
Grab the official PR here for further details on it.
With video graphics cards becoming more and more high-tech, cooling it becomes crucial.
To put an end to your computer's overheating problem, Cooler Master's CoolViva Pro offers you a silent cooling solution to help resolve the problem.
CoolViva Pro's pure copper base and 3 heat pipes effectively draws heat from your GPU and direct them to the Aluminum Heat sink. The Cool Viva Pro comes with PWM/4-Pin, which can be adjusted according to GUP temperature. The unique fan design draws in cool air from both top and bottom inlets cooling GPU, MOSFET and memory all at the same time, while hot air is being directed out of the chassis through the ventilated PCI-Bracket.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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