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Old 20-09-10, 12:51 PM
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Arctic Cooling have long been a popular choice for modifying your graphics card cooling. Today we're looking at their 5870 model.

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*Applause*

Finally.. Finally they have sorted out their stick down solution.

It's expensive but by crikey it's worth it. Excellent results as before, but before you had the constant 'crap your pants' feeling that the sinks were going to fall off.

Orsum !

(Ta for the review as ever )
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Old 20-09-10, 01:24 PM
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epic cooler that is
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Old 20-09-10, 05:31 PM
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what if I put this cooler on one of my 480? of coerce it wouldn't fit, but I can be creative

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Old 20-09-10, 05:31 PM
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Well done artic. Im glad to see there getting top of there game.

Excellent review.

that will go onto my wish list
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Old 20-09-10, 05:42 PM
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I love Arctic Cooling's VGA line-up, it is one of the best, aftermarket cooling options on the market!

And, as always, the review is great!

And, silenthill, I believe you are looking for this.
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Old 20-09-10, 07:12 PM
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what if I put this cooler on one of my 480? of coerce it wouldn't fit, but I can be creative
there is one for the 480 already same kinda set up
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Old 20-09-10, 08:12 PM
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Thanks guys, looking in to it but the thing is I’ll have to buy two

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Old 20-09-10, 08:19 PM
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Great review, looks like AC have finally sorted the RAM heatsinks problem. Not a bad price compared to WCing either.
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Old 20-09-10, 08:29 PM
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Wow! Amazing results on this beast! I think this + Dh14 proves that watercooling is no longer needed.
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