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Asus Showcases Its CoolTech Cooling System

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Asus showcases its CoolTech coolers with a demonstration video.

Asus has released a demonstration video on its CoolTech coolers that debuted on the GTX 670 DirectCU Mini, which is able to displace more air towards the bottom at lower fan speeds than the reference cooler. The CoolTech cooler consists of a smaller ring, which sucks the air inwards, after which it is propelled outwards by the large blades. This keeps colder air trapped in the heatsink for a longer period of time, thus cooling the aluminum fins better.

The video is available below:

Asus CoolTech Fan Demonstration

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    realibrad , April 9, 2013 7:13 AM
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    killerclick , April 9, 2013 4:47 AM
    Why don't just make a deal with Arctic Cooling and get their coolers installed on their high end models by default?
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    MaXimus421 , April 9, 2013 5:30 AM
    I like the music playing in the background. Oh.. and the fan.
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    rebel1280 , April 9, 2013 6:33 AM
    i see a lot of cool things combined in the above article. 1) the pic they use is an ITX 2) The size of the video card, is it me or was about time the cards got small? 3) That fan is legit, would love to see what Noctuna has in store with their blade design. 4) The music, yup, watching the vid with a cup of coffee, nice.
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    realibrad , April 9, 2013 7:13 AM
    Mohammad Condonmy classmate's sister makes $85 hourly on the computer. She has been unemployed for 5 months but last month her pay check was $20727 just working on the computer for a few hours. Here's the site to read more... http:XXXXXXXXXXXX


    come on spammers, you got the math wrong. $85 per hr for a month is $13,600. To have made 20,727 you would have to make $126 per hr. How can I click on the spam link if you dont do proper math.
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    ubercake , April 9, 2013 8:08 AM
    Are they comparing their fan whose function is to blow heat down and out with a fan such as those designed to blow heat out the back of the video card as in the case of the standard design geforce cards? Of course it's going to blow down and out better as opposed to a fan whose job is to blow perpedicular to the fan's axis.
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    lp231 , April 9, 2013 8:33 AM
    This was over at ROG's site for over a week and they're using rice for its demonstration.
    Some YT poster said RPM=Rice Per Minute :p 
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    nukemaster , April 9, 2013 8:57 AM
    Quote:
    This was over at ROG's site for over a week and they're using rice for its demonstration.
    Some YT poster said RPM=Rice Per Minute :p 

    The new benchmark of fans/blowers, how much rice can it move. Blowers are gonna clean up :) 
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    Yuka , April 9, 2013 9:57 AM
    Dual fin fans have been around since a long time now IIRC. I wonder about the easy of breaking the external fins though.

    It's promising, but why dual ones? Shouldn't tighter (jet engine like) fins be better?

    Cheers!
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    nukemaster , April 9, 2013 11:18 AM
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    Dual fin fans have been around since a long time now IIRC. I wonder about the easy of breaking the external fins though.

    It's promising, but why dual ones? Shouldn't tighter (jet engine like) fins be better?

    Cheers!

    Can I have some links to the other dual fin(I assume you mean the blade outside blower inside) fans please? (PM if you do not want to clog this thread)

    I would be interested in seeing what others have been up to.