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Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme Plus II VGA Cooler for NVIDIA and AMD Radeon 3X92MM 81CFM

Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme Plus II VGA Cooler for NVIDIA and AMD Radeon 3X92MM 81CFM (Arctic Cooling: DCACO-V15G200-BL)
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Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme Plus II VGA Cooler for NVIDIA and AMD Radeon 3X92MM 81CFM
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Rating: 8.78/10
With 18 User Reviews

Review Date: 05/25/13
Cons: not cheap

Pros: great performance
best performing air cooler period... can be tricky to install on some cards

Review Date: 12/20/12
Cons: a bit loud

Pros: super cools your gpu and the surroundings
This is a great GPU cooler, it super cools your gpu and the surroundings.The only down side is that its a bit loud, but I dont mind since I already have loud case fans.If cooling is your main priority, get it.

Review Date: 08/04/12
Cons: PriceInstallation (lengthy)

Pros: Great cooling performance
Even though I price matched it to substantially less than the asking price, it is still quite expensive. My GTX 480 with the stock (overclocked to 780 core clock mem 1955, 1050mV) would idle around 50c and load would get up to 93c, with the fan at 80% and loud! With the new cooler I have overclocked the card even further (851 core clock, 2095 mem clock, 1063mV) and now the card idles at 39 and jumps to 74c. That is nearly 20c cooler than with the reference, after hefty increase in overclock! And the best part is that the fan is only at 65% at that temp, and even at 100% the fan is hardly audible.

Review Date: 07/25/12
Cons: Not that easy to install. you may find it troublesome to locate all the heatsink on the ram.

Pros: Great cooling performance.When i am playing diablo 3, i can feel the heat dissipate by the cooler from my graphic card.
Even though there are still some defects, i still give it a 5 stars recommandation.

Review Date: 07/15/12
Cons: expensive :(

Pros: keeps everything cool :D
bought two of these for my gtx 570s...one of them works beautifully (28c idle 56C under load...other one not so much (45C idle 98C!!! under load)realized that one of the fans on the hot one wasn't working properly so i returned it and got another one. Totally recommend these lovely VGA coolers :D

Review Date: 07/07/12
Cons: Instructions are lacking. Greatly. Consult google and youtube.

Pros: Head and shoulders (and perhaps more) over stock.Great temps.Quiet as heck.
This thing was a bit of a pain to install. A pain in the way that the instructions didn't tell me much about heatsink placement etc. I figured it out via google, and once that was overwith, it was a breeze. After the 5 hour cure time for the thermal glue (which I highly recommend you stick to), I installed this bad boy on my 6970.The temps went from 58-65c idle DOWN to 42-45 idle. Considering it's summer and this heat is nonsense, I'd say I'm VERY happy with this result. HOWEVER, IDLE DOESN'T MATTER ANYWAY!Load temps with Furmark BURN test were 60c on the button. Didn't go above that after 15 minutes. In this summer weather, I am impress.Great cooler, and once you google how to install it for your particular card, it's amazing. Oh, and it's dead quiet too.

Review Date: 05/25/12
Cons: None

Pros: Quiet, cools well
I bought this for the Silverstone FT-02 case and was worried about the orientation of the video card cooler. Everything seems to be fine though. The temps in this orientation for my 6950 is around 40-50 idle and maxes out around 65-70 while playing games. It's not as cool as my previous case (most likely due to the orientation) but at least it's not shooting up to the 90's like I've seen in some reviews!

Review Date: 02/22/12
Cons: Price; kinda noisey on my 6870; no 3-pin adaptors; can't plug directly into my 6870

Pros: Definitely keeps the GPU very cool compared to stock HSF
I like this cooler, BUT...I can't plug it into my XFX 6870, nor can I plug it into my NZXT Sentry LX due to not having adaptors. It's got an adaptor for a 4-pin molex, but none for 3-pin. Also, it gets VERY loud when playing games even though temps remain very low. Skyrin on Ultra with the texture pack, BF3 full res, etc all bring the fan noise up quite a lot, but I don't 'really' mind since the temps remain very much lower than with the stock HSF. I just wish I could use my controller to lower fan speeds a 'bit'. Once I stop the game the fan speeds drop  to very quiet very quickly, so that good. My wife hates it.

Review Date: 02/14/12
Cons: maybe too big for some casesexpensive even after price matchsome parts are almost too tiny to handle

Pros: quiet fans3 fansbig heatsinkcools alot more than stockgood for OC
I google for the correct way to mix the glue and here are some tips for those who need it.1 - squeeze every drop  out of the packet2 - mix thoroughly for 5 min as per instruction, occasionally scrape the stick and the side of the container.3 - after 5 min, let it rest for 1 min then mix for 1 min more.4 - apply the glue generously according to the instruction, however the more glue means more time needed to cure. Regardless, let it cure for at least overnight, 24 hours if needed.5 - Dont test the glue by pushing against heatsinks, you will just dislodge it and then you'll have to start over again.6 - In fact dont touch or move it until you left it overnight.

Review Date: 01/07/12
Cons: I apparently got a bad batch of the stuff they call "adhesive". I cleaned my ram chips and the VRMs with my trusty artiClean cleaning kit as I always does, I mixed the stuff as instructed waited the 5 hours (really 2012 and we still need to wait 5 hours) and the ram sinks are not glues at all, in fact the glue is not cured at all and still liquid after 7 hours.

Pros: Easy install except for the thermal adhesive (see cons)
Bottom line if you're buying this, go old school and get some thermal tapes.

Review Date: 01/04/12
Cons: It is very big and if it doesn't fit in your current case NCIX will flat out refuse to take it back. And won't even work with you and give you in stock credit

Pros: Apparently works very well
I have bought a lot of hardware from NCIX and always got my items quickly. But if something doesn't work the way you want it to and they have their little asterisk beside the item, they will flat out refuse to take it back. Something to think about when your not 100% sure something will work. Don't chance it or you will be stuck with a overpriced piece of junk.

Review Date: 01/01/12
Cons: Not for beginnersNot sure if the glue will hold

Pros: Quiet and efficient
This is a great after market cooler! I replaced a stock EVGA GTX 580 cooler with this and my idle temps went from 35-36C (fan at 40%) to 27-28C (fan at 40%) at a room temp of 21C. Gaming in Skyrim didn't drive the card past 53C. I have EVGA Precision installed and I have set my fan to a linear increase of 1C = 1%. Another plus is that I can't hear the fans on this cooler, compared to the stock cooler. Even running the fans up near 100%, they were very quiet. During the installation I followed directions but I am a little concerned that the adhesive will not hold. After the 5 hour cure time I touched a heat sink and it still slid a little. I expected the heat sinks to be solidly attached. None have fallen off of the card yet though, but I check a couple of times a day. I can't find anything online to say if this is normal or not.

Review Date: 10/26/11
Cons: could have been me but ended up ordering arctic silver thermal adhesive because original adhesive did not work.

Pros: this cooler runs very quiet and cools my 570 nicely, 24C on idle 38C while gaming.
I mixed the adhesive with some thermal paste to improve cooling and to be able to take it off eventually hopefully.This is a big cooler so make sure you have room, awesome product looks good and performs well highly recomend,

Review Date: 10/12/11
Cons: May be a bit bulky for some people but this does not bother me. Depends on your build and if you like to have more room.Those with radeon Cards you may want to make sure you have a bit more room for length as this heasink may poke out about a little over an inch.

Pros: -Does a great job of cooling-VRM works like a charm keeping all those chips nice and cool
Its pretty amazing. I heard good reviews on this one and really had to try it out myself. Yes it is very quiet i was playing with the fan speeds and from 24%-50%-100% i couldnt really notice a difference in noise it was still covered out my the fans from my h60 and 2 200m fans.Performance wise here is what ive gotten out of this card..XFX Radeon HD 6970Stock Cooler Idle: 60*c Load: 91*cAccelero Cooler Idle: 32*c Load: 54*Tested with MSI Kombustor.Highly Recommended if your looking for some nice cooling alternatives!

Review Date: 10/11/11
Cons: - Takes up to 3 slots

Pros: - Runs quiet at 100% fan speed- Keeps GPU cool- Looks beastly- Comes with VRMS
I have two of these running together in SLI with GTX 480's and they do a good job keeping cool the GPU, I always run them at 100% fan speed and you can barley hear them at all they are very quiet and cool well. Id recommend this aftermarket cooler if your GPU runs hot.

Review Date: 08/24/11
Cons: Somewhat flimsy with only mounting point to the gpu which makes board a little floppy in tower. takes up 3 slots so may not fit in all boards/cases and may make it difficult to run in Crossfire/SLI config. not the greatest install instructions and very long setup time for thermal glue

Pros: AMAZINGLY quiet. SUPER efficient, nice looks 3 fans 10 heatpipes heatsinks included to cool ram with very effective glue
I absolutely love these coolers, I bought two to run on my gtx 580 superclocked in SLI and I can't say enough good things. I am running at least 10 degrees cooler ambient and running easily 10+ degrees cooler during benchmarking. I have reached the limits of my cards my overclocks are as high as my old waterblock setup UNBELIEVABLY cold. only really upsetting downside is that with only one place to affix the cooler to the gpu it makes the construction feel a little flimsy. It is a minor gripe though once you see the performace you are able to achieve with this cooler I HIGHLY recommend

Review Date: 08/15/11
Cons: none

Pros: Cools, Quiet as hell
OK, here it goes i was trying to find some reviews only 1 on you tube with a 570.I pulled the trigger and i here are my temp. with a XFX 6970,slightly over clocked using MSI after burner.up the core clock from 880 to 920, set the fan at 50 percent in all runs.Stock, idle = 42C gaming MOH for half hour = 81 CThis cooler Idle = 37 gaming MOH for a half hour = 60 C5 degrees cooler idle and a whole 20C cooler while gaminga 50 percent fan it is really quiet, setting the fans all the way to 99 percent is barely audible.I cannot hear this cooler at all my system fans are louder! This is how they should be releasing video cards , shame on all those CO , except Gigabyte. This review was modfied by poster @ 08-15-11 06:27 PM
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Review Date: 08/01/11
Cons: Waiting for the thermal glue to cure, 5 hours.Triple slot cooler.

Pros: Real quietlow temps
It was fairly easy to install. After waiting for the thermal glue to cure it all went together with no problems. At first I was hesitant about getting another open styled cooler for my gtx 580, as I had an open style one on my gtx 275 and so it would pull in warm air off the other card. Well that didn't matter it's 20*c cooler now and the fans are dead quiet at %100.Infact the 580 runs cooler than the 275 even though it's getting hotter air. So this is one amazing cooler.
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