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Logisys All Copper VGA Cooler w/ RAM Sinks

Ben Hoekstra

Published on 14 February 2005
Written by Ben Hoekstra
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Logisys Computer has been making fine computer accessories for quite some time now, so we were pleased when the VGA cooler came along. We ripped open the shipping container and pulled out the cooler. We noticed on the back of the well laid out package there was a compatibility chart for mounting to any NVIDIA card, from the GeForce 3 Ti 200/500 all the way up to the latest 6800 Ultra and any ATI card from a RADEON 9000/ 9000 PRO to the latest ATI x800. This card may be compatible with nearly every major graphics card on the market, but can it really do a respectable job cooling?

Features:

Model Clip Mounting

Hole

Geforce 3 Ti 200/500: A1
Geforce 4 MX 420/440/460: A1
Geforce 4 MX 440 SE/ 440 8X: A1
Geforce 4 Ti 4200/4200 8X: B2
Geforce 4 Ti 4400/4600/4800: B2
Geforce FX 5200/5500/5600/5700L: A1
Geforce FX 5600 ULTRA /5700/5700ULTRA: B2
Geforce 5900/5900XT: B2
Geforce 5950 ULTRA: B2
Geforce 6800/6800 ULTRA:

B

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Model Clip Mounting

Hole

RADEON 9000 / 9000PRO: A1
RADEON 9200 / 9200PRO: A1
RADEON 9500 / 9550: A1
RADEON 9600 / 9600 SE/ 9600PRO/9600 XT: B2
RADEON 9700 / 9700 PRO/ 9800PRO/9800 XT: B2
RX 300/600/800: A1

· Delicate Welding Technique
· All-in-one VGA Cooling Kit for most nVIDIA and ATi VGA Cards.
· Super Bright LED Fan
· Silent & High Performance Ball Bearing Fan
· Compatible with most nVIDIA & ATi VGA Cards
· Extra 8 memory RAM Heatsinks Included as Bonus

· Cooler Dimensions 110x88.7x31.6mm
· Fan Dimensions 60x60x12mm
· Heatsink Material C1100
· Rated Valtage DC 12V
· Rated Current 0.2Amp
· Power Consumption 2.4Watts
· Fan Speed 3400 R.P.M
· Bearing Type Ball Bearing
· Blue LED
· Weight 320gm
· Clip A 61.0x20.0x11.0mm
· Clip B 89.50x15.0x13.5mm
· Memory Heatsink 20x20x6mm x 8Pcs
· Thermal Compound 1.5G
· Thermal Tape 18.0x18.0mm x 8Pcs
· Power Adapter 3 to 4 pin Adapter
· Screw(A) 5x11.4mmx 2Pcs
· Screw(B) M2.5x13.5mmx 2Pcs
· Insulation Tape 14x14mm x 1Pc

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