|Item model number||DCACO-V3400-BLA01|
|Item Weight||1.37 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 4.5 x 2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8.47 x 4.53 x 2.05 inches|
Arctic Cooling Accelero Twin Turbo Pro Cooler - DCACO-V3400-BLA01
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- The dual ultra-quiet 92mm PWM fans and low noise impeller gives you quiet cooling at all times. Even running at full speed, the fans only generate a maximum noise of 0.3 sone.
- The unconventional four-heatpipe architecture and 35 fins design give the cooler a cooling capacity of 120 watts. A pre-applied layer of ARCTIC MX-2 on the copper base ensures heat to dissipate more efficiently as well.
- The Accelero TWIN TURBO Pro has a flexible mounting mechanism and fits on a wide range of AMD Radeon and NVIDIA boards. From NVIDIA Geforce 6600 to AMD Radeon HD 6870, the Accelero TWIN TURBO Pro is your ideal VGA cooler.
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The all new Accelero TWIN TURBO Pro is a multi-compatible VGA cooler that is especially designed for high-end graphic cards. With two large 92mm PWM fans, the Accelero TWIN TURBO Pro guarantees instant and efficient cooling at all times.
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Ambient temp for testing, 74F
Modified fan on stock heat pipe produced 61-62dB at idol and 73dB full throttle. 40C idol and 85+ (overheat / crash) under severe load.
Arctic Cooling produces 52-53dB at idol (case fans are louder than this) same dB at full throttle. 34C at idol and 56C under severe load.
I highly recommend this product. Out of the box my 560 overheated. I cut the plastic shroud off and attempted to cool it down with case fans, no avail. I removed the stock fan and installed a Dell 70mm 4 wire CPU fan, it worked but was extremely noisy. This cooler produces much, much lower temperatures and is almost silent. It saved this card and me lot's of money trying to get a replacement card with the same issues. If there is any questions please feel free to ask with this review.
If you don't feel comfortable cutting and modifying your heat exchange and getting screws from the store the alternative is Accelero Mono PLUS Arctic Cooling Accelero Mono Plus GA Cooler with 120 mm PWM Fan and 5 Heatpipes DCACO-V430001-BL This has a 200 watt cooling capacity and is much larger. It is designed to fit the NVidia GTX 560 Exact.
Installation is fairly straightforward, should take about 30 minutes to an hour for the average person - from power down to power up. A point to note is that you MUST clean the memory chips with eraser or something to get rid of the residue on them otherwise the supplied sticky heatsinks simply will not stay put. Also, it is larger in size but actually felt lighter than the stock heatsink that it replaced.
With this installed, my idle temps are around 35-40C (down 10C) and peak never goes over 55C (down 25C). The noise is drastically reduced. I cannot hear it over my 4 120mm case fans and PSU fan, even at 100%. Completely user controllable with AMD CCC Software for cards that have the 4 pin fan power. It would make a great cooler for a full size Gaming HTPC because of how silent, however it does take up two adjacent slots (opposed to one for most stock coolers) - so bare that in mind.
I bought this cooler and couldn't be happier. I had some worries about fit, and it's definitely not the easiest, completely painless installation, but it was totally worth it. On this card, had to pull some stock heat sinks (in addition to the obvious cooler itself), and the new heatsinks that came in this package were a little tight fit in places. But I managed after about 20 minutes of futzing.
Also, this card does not support either the PWM (pulse width modulation) connector or the direct connect, so I can't control the fan speed through the card software. This isn't a huge problem though, as the power adapter they give has a full- and half-voltage rating.
I left this plugged in on the half-voltage side, and I simply can't hear it at all over any of the other fans (and I bought some realy quiet fans for her case too... this thing just whispers). Even afte an hour of 3D gaming, the card is no warmer than with the stock cooler (low 40's C), but SO MANY MANY MANY times quieter... well... silent...
So, this gets thumbs up from me.