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ThermalRight HR-03 GT - silent GeForce 8800 GT cooling

Posted on Thursday, November 01 2007 @ 17:04:07 CET by


Thermalright has unveiled a new graphics card cooler for the new GeForce 8800 GT. The Thermalright HR-03 GT features six heatpipes and has support for 92mm fans.

Features:
  • A maximum of 6 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
  • 6 heatpipes soldered immensely close to heatsink fins to increase heat transfer efficiency
  • Two ways of mounting the cooler on video card for best space and configuration management in ATX and BTX form factor cases
  • Light weight and easy no-tool installation
  • SLI compatible for serious gaming enthusiasts
  • Cosmetically contoured design for that vanity look
  • The cooler measures 134.5 x 163 x 112mm and weighs 130g.



    According to ThermalRight their HR-03 GT will bring the temperatures of a GeForce 8800 GT down to 36°C in idle and 45°C in load - which is significantly better than the stock cooler which in the same test conditions only cooled the GPU to 53°C in idle and 82°C under load.



     



     

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