Artic Cooling's Triple Fan Graphics Cooler

Those looking for the biggest thing in graphics cooling may find the new Accelero Xtreme 8800 and 2900 coolers a perfect solution.

Famed for its oversized replacement graphics coolers, Artic Cooling took a step up in size to include three fans in its latest design. Using the same 107-fin copper sink, three 92 mm fans and 5-heatpipe design, the Xtreme 8800 and Xtreme 2900 differ mostly in installation hardware.

The combination of fans is capable of delivering up to 63 CFM airflow, affording Artic Cooling a claimed 20°C drop in graphics core temperatures at far lower noise levels.

Three low-speed fans and an oversized sinks increase cooling and decrease noise

Thomas Soderstrom
Thomas Soderstrom is a Senior Staff Editor at Tom's Hardware US. He tests and reviews cases, cooling, memory and motherboards.
  • dokk2
    I have always felt that as the gpu is the most heat prone spot in any gamers system the object should to get that heat out of the case not distribute it all over the place to heat up other parts of the system,,
    even if it might take up another slot..
    I think that some of the more recent designs with rear exhaust make a lot of sense....:)