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Coolink presents GFXChilla VGA cooler - FrostyTech.com Coolink presents GFXChilla VGA cooler
Thu Feb 14, 2008 | 3:42P| PermaLink
Coolink today presented its new GFXChilla VGA cooler. Employing 4 high-performance heatpipes and two large 80mm fans, the GFXChilla provides superior cooling performance at minimum noise levels. The GFXChilla is widely compatible, simple to install and can easily be upgraded. “Many users are annoyed with their noisy VGA cards and hence look for a high-quality silent solution that is easy to install and comes at a fair price”, explains Timothy Chu, Coolink CEO. “Our new GFXChilla is perfectly suited for quietly cooling popular VGA cards like Nvidia GeForce 8800GT or ATI Radeon 3870 as well as older series.” Thanks to four thick 6mm heatpipes and two quiet 80mm fans (18dB/A), the GFXChilla provides exceptional cooling performance at extremely low noise levels. Its large fans not only cool the GPU but also provide strong airflow over the card’s various components. In order to cool the RAM chips and voltage regulators, the GFXChilla comes with 18 self-adhesive heatsinks. The GFXChilla’s flexible mounting system is easy to use even for less experienced users and allows for broad compatibility with a wide range of current and older VGA cards (see website). In order to achieve even better cooling performance, the GFXChilla’s 80x80x10mm low-profile fans can be replaced with standard 80x80x25fans, which, due to their bigger height, can produce higher levels of airflow. Price and availability The GFXChilla is available with immediately at a suggested retail price of EUR 29,90 / USD 37,90.
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