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Thermalright HR-03 GTX for GeForce GTX 280

Posted on Monday, August 25 2008 @ 22:52:44 CEST by

ThermalRight shows off the design of its upcoming HR-03 GTX graphics card cooler which is designed for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 and GeForce GTX 260 graphics cards. The HR-03 GTX has six heatpipes, several RAM heatsinks, HSI heatsink and VRM heatsink.

Here's the feature list:
  • 6 quality heatpipes for maximum amount of heat transfer to work with any of 92mm or smaller fans for best configuration to suit your needs
  • Proprietary two-heatsinks-soldered-to-form-as-one design to maximize cooling capacity
  • Heatpipes soldered every heatsink fin to increase heat transfer efficiency
  • Nickel-plated heatsink to reduce oxidation effect, maintaining top performance for long term usage
  • Two ways of mounting the cooler on video card for best space and configuration management in ATX and BTX form factor cases
  • Includes the PWN-IC heatsink with proprietary thru holes adapted from the High Riser Series for best heat dissipation
  • Sleek and stylish appearance
  • Dimension:L133 x W156 x H38 mm
  • Weight: 410g / Recommended Fan (92x25mm)All 92 x 92 x 25mm fans
  • Heat pipes:Six heat pipes / Nickel Plated
  • Base material: Copper Base

  • Thermalright claims the HR-03 GTX cooler with a 92mm ADDA 2100RPM fan can keep a GeForce GTX 280 at 37°C idle and 67°C load vs 47°C idle and 82°C load with the stock cooler.



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