Thermaltake ISGC-V320 VGA cooler

Thermaltake-ISGC-V320-VGA-coolerProducts of Thermaltake’s ISGC series have become representative of silent and good performance coolers. Users have already been expecting the newest ISGC VGA cooler to complete the collection. Now, finally the ISGC-V320 is coming with lots of killer features.

The ISGC-V320 is a true masterpiece of Thermaltake’s R&D team. Its foremost feature, as a matter of course, is its surprising silence which it inherited from the original ISGC Fan.

Thermaltake ISGC V320 VGA cooler

The ISGC-V320 is equipped with two 120 mm ISGC fans. Users can adjust the fan speed from 800 to 1300RPM according to their needs. Broad compatibility of the ISGC-V320 greatly enhances its convenience factor. Supported are the last graphics cards such as the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 and ATI Radeon HD 4890. 5 heatpipes in combination with a large dissipation surface ensure best performance under high stress. With these powerful parts, ISGC-V320 can easily take loads of up to 320W.

Thermaltake ISGC V320 VGA cooler

Thermaltake ISGC V320 VGA cooler

What will a user consider when he/she is getting a new VGA cooler? Silence? High compatibility? Cooling performance? ISGC-V320 is definitely the best choice.

Thermaltake ISGC V320 VGA cooler

Thermaltake-ISGC-V320-VGA-cooler

Thermaltake ISGC V320 VGA cooler

Source: Thermaltake

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