Skip to main content

Arctic Announces Accelero Hybrid Graphics Card Cooler

The Accelero Hybrid liquid cooler works with most AMD 4000, 5000, 6000 and 7000 cards as well as most Nvidia 4000/500 and 600-series cards. The graphics card module uses an 80 mm fan with a PWM controlled 900 to 2,000 RPM, while the heat exchanger module uses a 120 mm fan at 400 to 1,350 RPM.

According to the manufacturer, the entire cooling system is designed to specifically work with RAM and VR heatsinks and consumes about 4.7 watts. Arctic said that the cooler will be available on May 29 but pricing has not been disclosed.

  • Scoregie
    I think this will go well with my GTX 480 :D
    Reply
  • amuffin
    IMO I would still go with a full cover waterblock, simply because I am skeptical about closed loop coolers. Also, 120mm just doesn't seem like it's enough space to withstand a high end card such as the gtx 480, which ran insanely hot. All about tdp...and 120mm isn't enough!
    Reply
  • youssef 2010
    amuffinIMO I would still go with a full cover waterblock, simply because I am skeptical about closed loop coolers. Also, 120mm just doesn't seem like it's enough space to withstand a high end card such as the gtx 480, which ran insanely hot. All about tdp...and 120mm isn't enough!
    If one of these water loops spring a leak, your high-end system is done for.
    Reply
  • franky4ro
    gtx 600 series my ass :))....i bougth GTX 680 gainward Phantom and it slick and cool in my antec 300 with noctua fans...liquide cooling can kiss me
    Reply
  • starcore
    This looks awesome, my 6970 crossfires would love a pair of these, i am glad i bought the NZXT switch 810
    Reply
  • I already make these, had an antec 620 on my SLI 470s and it cooled them plenty and was dead silent. Now I have it on my 680 and it never touches 50d egrees

    http://www.overclock.net/t/1237219/tript-cc-620-920-h50-h70-gpu-brackets-fan-grills-custom-case-badges
    Reply
  • -Jackson
    franky4rogtx 600 series my ass )....i bougth GTX 680 gainward Phantom and it slick and cool in my antec 300 with noctua fans...liquide cooling can kiss meDepending on the situation, water cooling can be a worthy upgrade over air cooling, very much unlike CPU cooling though.
    Reply
  • bildo123
    I'd rather spend the extra money on getting a better GPU that also comes with a non-reference cooler than spend the money on this thing.
    Reply
  • hellfire24
    i hate close loop coolers.modern cards don't need cooling solutions.MSi twinfrozer iii is a great custom air cooler IMO.i doubt these 'hybrid' coolers are going to be widely used.
    Reply
  • freggo
    youssef 2010If one of these water loops spring a leak, your high-end system is done for.
    If the fuel pump under the hood of your car springs a leak ( and ends up spraying gasoline over your hot engine -happened to me !) you are in for some interesting storytelling too.

    I don't think that a properly installed and maintained water cooling system is in any danger of springing a leak. Also I'm not recommend this type installation to rookies. It may be story telling time too a little later :-)

    Reply