Silent VGA Cooling & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 18, 2004 - 03:39 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Since PCI-Xpress is being used to bring back old school Scan Line Interleave, you all may end up with 2 videocards in your box. OCIA looks at a silent VGA cooler from Zalman that might save your ears, and let you hear the bad guys that you can't see onscreen.
"Does silent cooling tickle your fancy? I do believe it does if you're reading this review. Zalman has long since lead the way in silent cooling and now they are back with version 3 of their noiseless VGA cooler. The first one, if you remember, was black, then they released a gold one (not sure of the difference), now they have this new blue one with the dual heatpipes. I guess one wasn't good enough. Nope, they went and added that second one just for kicks so you can have bragging rights. Think that's the case? Not me, I believe this little joker might actually improve on an already good idea."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- ThermalTake Jungle 512 @ Bytesector
- Alpha S-PAL8055 Heatsink Review @ hard-h2o.com
- Scythe FCS-50 Heatsink @ silentpcreview
- Thermaltake Pipe101 3 in 1 CPU Cooler @ bigbruin
- Thermaltake XTunner Remote Control Rheobus Review @ GruntvillE.com
- Vantec Lapcool 2 LPC-305 Laptop Cooler Review @ Ascully.com
- Antec FanPal @ mikhailtech