|Item model number||DCACO-V540000-BL|
|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.6 x 4.8 x 2.1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8.55 x 4.8 x 2.09 inches|
|Color||Black, Grey, White|
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ARCTIC Accelero Twin Turbo II VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, Dual Quiet 92mm PWM Fans, SLI/CrossFire
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- Featuring two 92mm PWM fans with a maximum cooling capacity up to 250 Watts, the Accelero TWIN TURBO II manages to transfer heat efficiently away from the GPU.
- Besides the 35-fin heatsink with 5 copper heatpipes, the pre-applied MX-4 thermal compound accelerates the heat dissipation process to ensure the VGA board is running under optimal temperature.
- n order to boost the cooling efficiency of RAM and VR, the Accelero TWIN TURBO II 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.
- Thanks to the low noise impeller and patented fan holder, the Accelero TWIN TURBO II runs at the minimum noise level of 0.3 sone, even at full load.
- Equipped with a PWM controller, the fan always runs at the optimal speed according to the load generated by the GPU.
- The Accelero TWIN TURBO II comes with a versatile mounting mechanism and an extensive RAM and VR cooling set to accommodate a broad range of models.
- Featuring the CrossFire and SLI compatibility the users benefit from the optimized performance of a multi-VGA setup.
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|Item Dimensions||4.8 x 8.55 x 2.09 in||5.43 x 5.35 x 2 in||2.4 x 11.5 x 4.3 in||3.7 x 4.69 x 2 in||2.5 x 9 x 5.5 in||4.1 x 9.3 x 6 in|
The Accelero TWIN TURBO II is a dual-fan VGA cooler with enhanced multi-compatibility for present and future models. Designed to optimize performance and the overclocking capability of your system, the Accelero TWIN TURBO II is your ultimate cooler for mid-range to high-end graphic cards.
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The difference overall is night and day. The original fan for this unit was insanely loud under any load not idle even when it was new, like imagine someone leaving a hairdryer on in your room. This new unit stays a steady case fan volume even when playing a game. It's wonderful. Not only that, but my temps have gone down to 30 Celcius under idle and 55 on full load in furmark. I've played a few hours of Skyrim since installing and my temperature never exceeded 45 celcius wheras they would be in the mid 70's or even 80's or more before in addition to jet engine noise. The temperatures fluctuated so much before, I could never get an accurate number. This thing keeps things completely steady.
People aren't kidding when they say these directions are bad. The pictures aren't clear and the wording is...minimal. If you take a long look at it though and maybe watch a couple youtube videos it's pretty straightforward. Just take your time and take it all in so you don't do something super dumb. Mine came with a small tube of vacuum sealed thermal paste so there was no mixing packets necessary for the little baby heat sinks that go on the squarish chips(?). I notice the original cooling unit had nothing cooling those but air, so maybe that was part of the problem. I also didn't see anything about waiting 5 hours in the directions, but I did it anyway since that seemed to be a common theme. It felt like they had solidified decently after just a few minutes, but I wanted to do it right. The only really useful thing in the directions I felt was the chart telling which plastic/rubber spacer to use for your video card model. I don't really know what the big deal about those is, they have glue on them when you pull them off already, and are in no way fragile if you're paying attention. You just need to figure out which holes line up and put them on the correct side.
It is definitely big, so I'd look for some comparison pictures or videos if you have limited space. Since it's made to fit so many cards, it kinda hangs off the end of mine, but it still does it's job exceedingly well which is all I care about.
- Cools the card very well (Idles around 37C; can keep it around 74C max overclocked to 1330MHz and undervolted)
- Very quiet with custom profile set up in Wattman
- Installation was a bit complicated, and the instructions aren't very good at all
- The package is a little heavy hanging off of the card, and there is no backplate for stability
- Fans are rated between 900-2,000rpm, but anything above ~1,500rpm produces a very distinct (and unpleasant) sound, almost like clicking
Overall, the product does the job well, with the caveats of noise and weight. It allowed me to push the chip to 1330MHz while undervolted (the chip won't do much more no matter how much voltage I give it) with very reasonable temps. It is also quieter than the stupid pump on my Corsair Hydro Series H80 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler (CWCH80) - so long as I set the fan curve to max out at ~1,450rpm in Wattman. Any higher and the fan noise takes on a grating characteristic. Would be five stars if not for that. If you are reasonably handy and want a cooler to tame your RX 480, you would do well to give this a try.
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