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ZEROtherm GX815 Gamer Edition Vga Cooler

ccokeman    -   May 20, 2007


Closer Look:

After pulling the cooler out of the box, the resemblance to some other coolers on the market is remarkable. The fan looks more like an impeller type used inside an enclosure to direct air over the heatsink rather than the traditional fan pushing air down through the fins. The contact surface of the cooler is covered with a warning label to make sure you remove it before installation. After removing it, I was more than a little pleased with the contact surface. It is highly polished without any machining marks.


 



The items that are included are heatsinks for the video cards memory chips, attaching hardware for both nVidia and ATI cards, thermal paste, and a detailed set of instructions.


The attaching hardware is spring loaded to help make sure you do not over tighten the screws and cause damage to your video card. The memory heatsinks have a flame type design to increase the surface area that can be cooled by the passage of air blown by the cooler fan.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look: Heatsink & Bundeled Accessories
  3. Installation
  4. Specifications & Testing
  5. Conclusion
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