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Spire Slimod VGA cooler unveiled

Posted on Monday, October 19 2009 @ 05:35:41 CEST by

Spire has introduced the Slimod SP281S2-PWM VGA cooler, this product features three direct-touch copper heatpipes, an aluminum fin array and two 80mm PWM fans with a max airflow of 25.75CFM at a noise level of up to 24.1dBA. The Spire Slimod is compatible with a broad range of ATI and NVIDIA graphics cards, but it doesn't appear to be compatible with the new Radeon HD 5000 series. More details and a compatibility list can be found at Spire.
Introducing the newly arrived High-end VGA Graphics Array cooler, Slimod. This cool VGA Card cooler is brimming with technology and innovation. Applicable to the latest Nvidia Gforce and ATI Radeo chipsets, the Slimod will deliver optimum cooling for today’s hot VGA chip-sets.

Equipped with 3 all copper 6mm Direct Touch heat-pipes for swift and efficient heat transport to the 30 aluminum, nickel coated heat-sink fins which are cooled down by two silent and PWM controlled 8mm DC fans.

The Slimod VGA Cooler upgrade comes completely with full PCB brackets and fittings, thermal interface material and RAM: memory heat-sinks. You can easily DYI this VGA cooler onto your Gforce and Radeon chipset based graphic cards. Please review the listed VGA Chip models that are applicable for the Slimod.

Loaded with innovation and performance the Slimod is the perfect solution for professional users and pc enthusiasts.



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