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PaiN 11-11-08 06:02 PM

Aftermarket cooling for GTX200s?
 
I haven't seen anything much out for these cards. What in being used or waited for?

john19055 11-14-08 07:14 AM

Re: Aftermarket cooling for GTX200s?
 
I have not seen a after market cooler for thr GTX 200 yet,but I am sure someone will make one.I have seen a preview of Thermalright HR-03 GTX that is suppose to fit a GTX 260 or GTX 280 comeing out.IT will cost around $60 and it does not come with a fan.
http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_pa...r_hr03gtx.html

nekrosoft13 11-14-08 07:26 AM

Re: Aftermarket cooling for GTX200s?
 
wow, that looks crazy

http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_pa...tx/big/4-1.JPG

john19055 11-14-08 07:38 AM

Re: Aftermarket cooling for GTX200s?
 
If it is like the other aftermarket coolers ,It should do a good job.I just hope it does'nt take up no more room then two slots like the one that comes with it. Looks like it will cost $60 plus the cost of a 120mm x 25mm fan.

wysiwyg 11-14-08 01:41 PM

Re: Aftermarket cooling for GTX200s?
 
looks exactly like my GT hr03 cooler

particleman 11-18-08 03:47 PM

Re: Aftermarket cooling for GTX200s?
 
For the GTX280/260 I think if you want something significantly better than stock you have to go water cooling. I don't think it is wise to have any solution that does not vent air out of the case considering how much heat these cards generate.

gunslash 11-19-08 02:45 PM

Re: Aftermarket cooling for GTX200s?
 
well the stock cooler isn't BAD at all...problem is it relies on a tiny fan to dissipitate the heat, and if you crank that bad boy up it's loud...but keeps both my 280s idling in the 40s and max in the mid-high 60s

i wish it was a larger, slower spinning fan with higher CFMs...both the noise and the temperature would be way down then i bet


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