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Thermalright V1 – An XP-90 For Your Video Card?

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lucas1985

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18:53 15/07/2005

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Compatibility

ATI

Radeon 9600, 9800, X800, X850

nVidia

GeForce 6600, 6600 GT, 6800, 6800 GT, 6800 Ultra

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chau nV Silcencer 5 :P

Coming from Thermalright, I fully expected a good performance from the V1. But I have to be honest, and the temperatures posted by the V1 made me shake my head in amazement. I expected a close race between it and the Arctic Cooling NV5, but in fact it was no contest. The V1 load temperatures came in a full 9ºC under those of the NV5, and came within 3ºC of matching the temperature of the GPU when cooled by the Koolance system. THAT is some impressive air cooling. As for our concerns about memory temperatures, they appear, at least in the short term, to be unfounded. The memory would not overclock as well as when it was water-cooled, which is to be expected, but even uncooled, it overclocked slightly better than it did when cooled by the stock heatsink, which is a good indicator of how well the stocker cooled the memory modules (not!!).

From a noise perspective, it seems that Thermalright was very conservative with the noise figures stated for the 24cfm fan. Although rated at a not-exactly-whisper-quiet 31dBA, there was really no discernable difference in noise between the V1 and the NV5, which bodes well for those considering the V1 for a near-silent system.

Finally, for those who might not mind a bit more noise in return for even further improved cooling performance, I swapped the 24cfm stock fan for a 34cfm Antec unit, and mounted the stock fan on the bottom of the cooler. In this configuration, the V1 matched the temperatures of the water-cooled system, with only a slight amount of extra noise over the single fan configuration. In point of fact, you could quite literally mount any pair of 80mm fans you choose to the V1, as long as you had mounting screws long enough. A couple Panaflo H1A's connected to a controller might be the ideal solution for those who want it all.

Saludos

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Sergio1217

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20:15 15/07/2005

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Me gusta… no es llamativo para nada y es eficiente al parecer…

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foly

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21:01 15/07/2005

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es cobre o aluminio?alguno sabe?

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cabe72000

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23:01 15/07/2005

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Hermoso y parece que eficiente me pa q voy a tirar a la mierda mi extreme giant III (encima de grande y pesado semi-eficiente)

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foly

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23:29 15/07/2005

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che de donde sacaste las fotos, donde esta la review?

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Sergio1217

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23:39 15/07/2005

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Se consigue en Argentina?…

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lucas1985

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23:44 15/07/2005

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arriba de la primer foto esta el link
No creo que se consiga todavia aca
Saludos

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foly

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00:12 16/07/2005

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la foto esta tan grande que ni siquiera lo vi al link :P

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foly

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00:24 16/07/2005

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aunque las prestaciones son buenas el fan me parece trucho ….solo 24.84 CFM, 31.3 dBA no es mucho?
y es tan bueno como un water!!