|Item model number||DCACO-V300101-BL|
|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 3.7 x 2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.69 x 3.7 x 2 inches|
|Color||Black, Grey, White|
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ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
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- Featuring a 92 mm PWM fan and a cooling capacity of 120 Watts, the Accelero L2 Plus ensures components are performing under ideal temperature.
- The pre-applied MX-4 thermal compound allows enhanced thermal conductivity from the GPU, thus considerably extending its service life.
- In order to boost the cooling efficiency of RAM and VR, the Accelero L2 Plus comes with the G-1, an electrically non-conductive thermal glue used to affix RAM and VR heatsinks on the VGA board.
- Unlike generic thermal tapes, the G-1 offers high thermal conductivity with excellent adhesiveness. Moreover, removing the G-1 is extremely easy without leaving any residues.
- Operated by a low noise impeller enclosed in a patented fan holder to reduce the buzzing sound when the fan is spinning, the Accelero L2 Plus is barely audible even running at full load.
- To enable minimum noise level at all circumstances, the PWM controller enables the fan to run at the optimal speed according to the load generated by the GPU.
- To accommodate a broad range of models, the Accelero L2 Plus comes with a versatile mounting mechanism and an extensive RAM and VR cooling set consisting of 16 pieces of RAM/VR heatsinks in various sizes.
- Featuring the CrossFire and SLI compatibility the users benefit from the optimized performance of a multi-VGA setup.
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Purchased to replace a dying stock fan on an EVGA 440GT. The primary biggest complaints on the stock 440GT is the fan noise and heat and this fixed both of those issues... Then 12/2013 purchased a EVGA GT630 to reuse the AA L2+..
First install GT440..
Read the instructions and I also followed online videos to install AA L2+ but I couldn't figure out where to use the insulation tape provided. The thermal adhesive is okay but during installation one of the heat sinks on the edge of my card loosened when I hit it from the side; the rest stayed on tight. Fortunately the kit came with a 4 pin power adapter because the default fan pins were 3 or 4 pin and my 440GT only had a 2 pin slot.
Primary issues to consider:
1) Tool check that you have a small screwdriver that fits the GPU fan screws.
2) The install instructions are okay... but you may want to watch an install video for any clarification.
3) The thermal adhesive is good enough and does hold well alone under pressure but be careful when installing the GPU into the motherboard not to hit the heatsinks on the edges off.
4) The only big issue I'd have with this card is the fan height because this is a heat sink with a fan on top, measured at a combined 2.25" including the video card (measured from green plastic part of the GPU to the top of the fan). For my smaller motherboard set up it blocks 2 PCI slots above the video card slot.. so check before to see if u have space/unused slots available.
Note* The heat sink part of the AA L2+ makes direct contact with the GPU, basicly it's the same as installing a processor core fan (without the chip).Read more ›
Good thing this was a "fun" project - I wasn't too concerned about damaging my old video card as I'm going to replace it soon and I can use the built-in Intel graphics on my new motherboard.
Glad that was the case because installing this fan on the 5770 was a real pain. The instructions aren't that clear, and the videos I was able to locate were not very helpful. I couldn't find any videos or instructions on the Arctic website. Did I miss them?
The main issue I had was matching the correct screw holes and then getting the spacers to stay in place while I was inserting screws. After about the third frustrating try I got it right. Each failed effort played havoc with the thermal paste, so I had to clean off the old paste and apply new paste. In the process I kept touching the connector for the motherboard (a real no-no). I cleaned that as well after the last successful try.
I solved most of my problems by taking a piece of paper and making a pattern of the screws on my video card and then compared that to the new cooler to determine which screw holes were appropriate. If I had done this first I would have had a less difficult install.
I would recommend this product to experienced computer users who have a good bit of patience and good manual dexterity.
My suggestion is to completely and fully assemble the unit and extra cooling fins without any glue first. Use double-sided tape (a tiny piece) if you need to (the tacky part can be easily removed using isopropyl alcohol if any actually sticks to the chips or the fins). If everything fits, take it apart and put it all back together with the real glue.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this to extend the life of my 9800 GT GE, whose fan was on it's last legs. It works great as far as cooling goes. Read morePublished 12 days ago by The Barbarian Horde
The fan was dead on my R7-260X and finding a replacement fan was not productive. Then I heard about the L2 Plus VGA Cooler. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
It fixed my broken fan on my gtx 760 but it doesn't fit perfectly with the screw hole. If you mess around with the positioning you can make it so 2 or 3/4 of the screw holes line... Read morePublished 6 months ago by brandon
Did not cool, my GPU was running hotter with this installed than with the stock fan. Returned.Published 6 months ago by Vince Alberty
1st fan was dead on power up, ordered a replacement same thing happened. Guess im gonna have to ghetto tie a 92mm on the heatsink :(Published 9 months ago by Andrew Sears
Installed on an Ati HD 5770. Installation was easy and this cooler brought my max temps down by 30 degrees F. Fans are SUPER QUITE! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Adrian B.