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EVGA Teases Its ACX Graphics Card Cooler with Trailer

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EVGA has teased its dual-fan "Active Cooling Xtreme" (ACX) graphics card cooler.

EVGA has teased its new "Active Cooling Xtreme" (ACX) graphics card cooler with a 38 second trailer that unfortunately only reveals that it will incorporate two cooling fans and that more information will be available on May 23rd 2013.

The trailer is available after below. Be sure to stay tuned for further updates as we learn more about EVGA’s new cooling system.


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    eklipz330 , May 17, 2013 9:09 PM
    this was beyond unnecessary. who are they trying to cater to?
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    unknown9122 , May 17, 2013 9:16 PM
    I disagree eklipz, I think they look great. They are probably supposed to replace the Signature2 line (dual fan coolers currently on some EVGA 660Ti, 670, and 680 models).
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    ShadyHamster , May 17, 2013 11:13 PM
    this was beyond unnecessary. who are they trying to cater to?

    How is it any different to msi twin frozr, asus directcu or any other manufacturers aftermarket cooling?
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    17seconds , May 17, 2013 11:13 PM
    No coincidence the new ACX cooler is set to debut on 5/23/13, the same day the GTX 780 is released.
    I think EVGA is finally realizing that their typical reference coolers are in need of an upgrade. No matter what upgrades they put into their PCB's and components, that reference cooler always put them a step behind in terms of perception.
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    drwho1 , May 18, 2013 5:31 AM
    I can't wait for the sequel!
    Will the blades on the fans move?
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    UVB076 , May 18, 2013 7:23 AM
    Hey look they finally caught up
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    laststop311 , May 18, 2013 10:42 AM
    Actually its not the coolers holding back overclocks its nvidias lockdown of the voltage and not allowing its partners to alter the pcb . The only point of putting a new cooler on the card is if it performs the same but can do it with less noise. Overclock won't be any different as it's voltage limited not heat limited.
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    10tacle , May 18, 2013 1:43 PM
    Actually I have been pleased with the reference cooler design on my EVGA factory o/c 680. Granted when upping the fan speed above 75% it can sound like a dust buster, but I either wear headphones or have my 5.1 speakers blaring when gaming and can't hear it under load. Exiting hot air out of the case is a better than having two or three fans blowing internally on the GPU.
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    domzftw , May 18, 2013 3:57 PM
    i put my headfones on for this crap trailer? lol
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    mchawk , May 19, 2013 2:00 PM
    Can't believe this made up to a article,
    Can't believe I've read it and watched the god damn 38 sec video
    Can't believe I'm wasting my time writing this...
    Wait what?