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Old September 26, 2007, 05:49 AM
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Default Zalman VF-1000 LED and ZM-RHS88 VGA Heatsink Review @ OCMS

I am most definately not entirely convinced about this 8800-series cooler since it costs upwards of $105CAD and only cools down the GPU about 10C.

From OCModShop:

Zalman has released two sister products to augment each other when cooling your 8800 video card, Zalman's VF-1000 LED is a pure copper cooler that can be used on nearly any video card made within the past 5 years. The components on nVidia's 8800 need some additional cooling, so this cooler is meant to work with the ZM-RHS88 ramsink kit. When combined together (a la Voltron), these two products augment each other to cool even the powerful 8800 GTX video card.

Link: OCModShop - Zalman VF 1000 LED VGA and ZM-RHS88 Heatsink Review: Heatpipes, Al & Cu, oh my!
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