Arctic reveals Accelero Twin Turbo II VGA cooler

Artic uveils its new cooling solution which will help to fight against heat in these hot days. The new Accelero Twin Turbo II is a multi-compatible VGA cooler, designed to optimize performance and overclockability of your video card.

The cooler measures 217 L x 122 W x 53 H mm and is equipped with two 92mm PWM fans spinning up to 2,000 RPM, helping to dissipate the heat from 5 heatpipes and 35-fin aluminum heatsink. The Accelero TWIN TURBO II offers a cooling capacity up to 160 Watts with noise level of only 0.3 Sone and comes with versatile mounting mechanism to accommodate a broad range of models at present and in the future.

Arctic Accelero Twin Turbo II VGA cooler

The Accelero TWIN TURBO II cooler comes also bundled and with G-1, an electrically non-conductive thermal glue that offers excellent thermal conductivity and long-lasting adhesiveness, it is backed by six-year warranty and has a price tag of  $ 63.32 USD and € 44.54 EUR.

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