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Old 08-27-2007, 07:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i wish they owuld make more heatsink and fans for the 88 series
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Wow, 6 Copper pipes on the HR-03 Plus.
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i wish they owuld make more heatsink and fans for the 88 series
yep

[QUOTE=Tomshardware]We understand that Zalman and Arctic Cooling plan to release some high-end air coolers for the GeForce 8800, but as far as we know, none is yet available. That leaves 8800 users who want high performance cooling to go with water, or with the HR-03 PLUS./QUOTE]

but we should see some soon, but it'll be obsolete because of 9-series
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Once heat-sinks comes out for the 8 Series, the 9 Series comes out and then they have to work on the 9 Series heat-sinks.
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when all else fails. h2o
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When H2O fails: Water Cooling, TEC, Liquid Nitrogen.
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by H2o he meant water...
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Fine fine, TEC and Liquid Nitrogen. :drool:
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^ some1 forgot their Chemistry..... lol jk...
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