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Thermalright T-Rad 2. - FrostyTech.com Thermalright T-Rad 2.
Mon Dec 01, 2008 | 1:33P| PermaLink
With GPU's getting hotter and hotter, it is starting to be impossible to overclock a graphics card with a stock heat sink. This is where Thermalright comes in. They have designed what looks to be an amazing cooler. With the ability to have two 92mm fans or one large 120mm fan, it should cool much better than any stock heat sink. The problem is what is a good heat sink without a good graphics card? You can't enjoy a great game without having a GPU that has the power to display all of the eye candy. With a better cooler you can crank up the GPU clocks, alowing you to acheive more frames, and thus smoother gameplay. That is why Thermalright has made the T-Rad 2 able to run on a majority of the current high end GPU's. It would be a smart thing to invest in one of these coolers to gain more game performance at a low price. And with your card running cooler, its life span will improve by a fair margin. This will help lower the chances of needing to RMA a dead card, so you won't have to miss playing any of your favorite games. With this cooler, your card will last longer, which will allow you to hold off that upgrade until your card struggles to play new games.
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