Noise, that's something that's almost unavoidable in modern computer system. Unless you are willing to spend a bundle and go through the trouble of installing watercooling setup, you are bound to have at least two fans inside the case (often more than two) keeping the components cool.
Often a gaming system will have to sacrifice the noise for the performance as almost all mid-range and high-end components come with some sort of active cooling. Having the option to turn alter any one f these components to something quieter and even passive cooling is always welcomed.
Arctic Cooling is a company which specialized in cooling. They have a wide range of products designed to keep the CPU and GPU running cool. Here at Bjorn3D, we have previously looked at the Arctic Cooling's Accelero S2 heatsink that is designed for midrange/budge graphic cards. Today, we will take a look at the Accelero S1, which is the Accelero S2's big brother that is designed for gamers out there who have got a mainstream graphic card.
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