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Arctic Cooling at CES 2008 - new cooling products, PSU and case

Posted on Tuesday, January 08 2008 @ 21:33:58 CET by


Bit Tech published some coverage of Arctic Cooling's new lineup of products that were showcased at CES 2008.

Arctic Cooling has a new Accelero Xtreme GPU cooler in store, this product is designed to cool high-end graphics cards like the GeForce 8800 and Radeon HD 3800 series. This product takes up three slots and features a large heatsink, four heatpipes and three very silent fans.

For processors they have a new product called Freezer Xtreme, this is a lighter version of their previous models. The new cooler weighs 650g but should cool better thanks to eight heatpipes. The HSF uses a 120mm fan which is mounted onto the heatsink with rubber grommets to reduce vibrational noise, there are no pictures but I think it works very similar to the fan mounting system on the OCZ Vendetta HSF.

The firm will also release a new PSU this year, the 550W Fusion 550RF. This unit has an efficiency of 82% under low loads and up to 86% at full load. One of the special things about this unit is that the fan is soft-mounted externally, which should reduce vibrational noise.

The guys from Bit Tech claim the Silentium T Eco 80 is Arctic's most exciting new product. This case is already available in Europe and should reach the U.S. soon for about $150. This case features the Fusion 550RF PSU and what's special about it is that the power supply is mounted in the front-bottom of the case. Bit Tech says the case is designed to work together with other AC products and that it manages to keep systems very silent and well ventilated.




 



 

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