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  • posted byGLaDAP on 03/27/2013

    The fan is silent and it does cool the video card well (ATI Radeon 9500). It is a cheap and good product to use on your old videocards or on low-end cards today. Installation is easy (at least on my video card) Not really, the only thing is that to mount the cooler on the videocard can be when on... Read more

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  • posted bychavareyes2003 on 07/31/2011

    This heatsink-fan took down aprox 10 °C from my old card wich were working at 70 full load and now gets only to 63 on iddle works at 50° and it was usually 60°. It fits perfectly on the holes of my video card (zotac geforce 8500 gt) not so strong contact with the gpu so I will look... Read more

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  • posted bySetKoBG on 07/31/2011

    - All aluminum body. - Good smooth surface in the bottom. / It's made of aluminum sheets - think Zalman / - Powerful enough fan. - Easily removable fan. - 2 pin connector - With some manipulations can be used for mb bridges cooler. - NO means of attachment, no plastic screws or metal ones. - A of... Read more

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  • posted bymikes78 on 04/19/2011

    Cheap, lits of surface area for the fan to cool thanks to the high number of fins and the thin thickness of them. Good airflow, super quiet. Mine appears to be another victim of the over-enthusiastic postman as this was another fan that my postie has near-destroyed by jamming in my letterbox. a a... Read more

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  • posted bypyksy on 03/15/2011

    Inexpensive replacement cooling fan for a GFX card. Seems to offer a decent amount of cooling power for its price. Perfect fit for an old PNY(?) Geforce 7600GT. The fan blades had gotten bent during shipping. Not a big deal, it took less than 5 minutes to straighten them up. The plastic mounting... Read more

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  • posted byHDC44 on 01/05/2011

    This fan has a huge heat sink attached to it which is cools down my graphics card significantly. This fan also runs quietly and spins pretty fast. After running my graphics card for a while and the card is cool-warm to the touch compared to previously, hot. The connector that came with it is So i... Read more

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  • posted byjackolow on 09/27/2010

    Good value - it is a functioning fan with heat sinks for cheap Seems quiet - no issues so far Some fins were bent when I received my package - was annoying but I fixed it by bending it back. There was no performance loss on it Dust is getting stuck in the fins which is expected but still didn't I... Read more

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  • posted bytimotheus on 05/21/2010

    -Nice fan, I used it to replace passive cooling on my gfx card. -Pretty straightforward to install, however it required some fiddling. -Pretty quiet. -Lowers temps pretty decently. -I needed to solder on another fan connector. No matters for me though, I'm used to stuff like that. -The move which... Read more

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  • posted byHarak on 04/23/2010

    Bough it to replace a dead cooling fan of a Radeon 9600 Pro. It's quiet and I got no hickup, artefacts or any heat related problems with this new cooling fan. This cooling fan fitted well on my old Radeon 9600 Pro without any need to modify it. Nothing. - Quiet and good cooling power for a cheap... Read more

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  • posted byAdmiraal on 04/13/2010

    The cooler is cheap and seems to be able to fit on a variety of cards. It's also not very noisy and can sufficiently cool lower end videocards. The base of the heatsink was rather rough, and several fins were bent during transport. The installation with pushpins is also not the best, but it does... Read more

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