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Gelid Launches Icy Vision VGA Cooler
Old 11 June 2010, 14:15   #1
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Thermal Solutions specialist Gelid Solutions unveils its multi-compatible VGA Cooler Icy Vision of its GAMER product line. The Icy Vision cooler contains 5 power heatpipes in a unique heatpipe constellation. The heatpipes are interlaced into 85 optimized high-quality Aluminium fins. Together with a flat stack fin soldered Copper base, they enable the most efficient heat transmission and dissipation from GPU core in its class.

Besides the heatsink, two 92mm UV-reactive fans with 11 blades in S-shape generate 20% more air flow than traditional fans. The fan contains a high-quality ball bearing to ensure a longer lifetime in high temperature environments. The Icy Vision is both CrossFire and SLI compatible on a number of cards. Ram and Voltage Regulator Module cooling components as well as the high performance GC-2 thermal compound are included in the package.

"We have spent over 1 year developing our first VGA cooler. So much thought has gone into creating this product that we hope overclockers will be as excited as I am about the Icy Vision," said Gebhard Scherrer, co-founder and Sales Director of Gelid Solutions Ltd.

The Icy Vision VGA cooler is available by end of June 2010 and has a MSRP of USD 55 or Euro 46. This cooler is RoHS, WEEE conform and carries a 5 year warranty.

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hmmm looks interestin and comes with some pretty good thermal compound aswell which compared the stock crap ATI use dropped my temps by 10 degC on my 5770 under load
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