Video cards are to be seen, not heard

Subject: Graphics Cards | April 21, 2006 - 05:32 PM |
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If you are trying to silence a PC, there is little point in buying 120mm case fans and a silent CPU heatsink, if you don't silence the video card as well.  Drop by SPCR for a look at fanless video cards from ASUS and AOpen.

As a bonus, PCPer interviews Regeneration, the creator of the ULI SLI patch.

"The Asus Radeon EAX1600XT Silent/TVD/256M and the low profile AOpen Aeolus PCX6600-DV128LP. Both

employ heatpipes to expand the cooling surface area onto the trace side of the video card for

improved cooling. Are they suitable for dedicated silencers who want more than budget vidcard

performance?"

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