There's a couple of new additions to Arctic Cooling's CPU and GPU coolers as of this week, maintaining a perfect balance between performance and silence.
They unveil both the new Alpine oversized heatsink/fan which comes in two flavours to suit your Pentium or Athlon based PC, and also the latest in GPU cooling technology with the silent heatpipe equipped "Accelero" solution which is also offered in two different models (X1 for ATI, and X2 for NVIDIA based cards).
Both the Alpine and Accelero come with a 6 year warranty, and will start to flood the market by the end of Feb.
Pfäffikon / Switzerland, 03.01.2006: Swiss cooler manufacturer ARCTIC COOLING launches new series of value CPU coolers with high thermal efficiency. In comparison to the boxed cooler, both Alpine models 7 and 64 are immensely quieter.
Pfäffikon/ Switzerland, 03.01.2006: Swiss cooler manufacturer ARCTIC COOLING launches new series of Graphic card coolers named Accelero (X1 for ATI X1800/ X1900 Series and X2 for NVDIA 6800/ 7800 Series).
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