Raijintek offers new VGA cooler

Raijintek offers new VGA cooler

Raijintek, one of the companies that produce various cooling solutions, has unveiled the Morpheus universal VGA cooler. The new company product is made of a large aluminum stack with 129 aluminum fins and six 6 mm copper heat pipes.

The entire design of the cooler facilitates heat dissipation and this is the reason why the Morpheus draws heat from a nickel-plated copper base. The heat then gets dissipated by the heat sink that can be cooled by a pair of 120 mm cooling fans. This means that this cooler will likely take up to three slots in your case and possibly more.

The space requirements pay off though – the Morpheus supports all modern video cards including the AMD HD 7800, HD 7900, R9 270, R9 280 and R9 290 series as well as NVIDIA GeForce 6th and 7th series including GeForce GTX Titan, Titan Black and more. The cooler measures 254 x 98 x 44 mm and weighs 515 grams.

Source: Raijintek

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