Reviews and Problems with Arctic Cooling Accelero Twin Turbo II
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Not just fan replacement, an entire new cooling system for your GPU.
Mr. Snappy, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Replaced stock cooler on 560Ti/448. While idle temps dropped noticeably and noise vanished, it's unclear just how useful this is on an otherwise functioning card. Noteworthy points: - Installation is tricky and the instructions are also tricky, be prepared to install more than a dozen RAM sinks with permanent adhesive on very small and sensitive parts it's not just unscrewing a fan and putting another one on.
Summary: Fit the 6950 fine, bolted up, came with more pieces than I needed, Radiators for the chips not on the original card. Cool. Seems to work fine, Quieter than the stock fan. Worth the money to keep the card.
Summary: Just installed this on my 660(evga 02g-p4-2662-kr) two hours ago so it might be a little early to review. This cooler has completely surpassed my expectations though. On 1080p furmark, I'm not even hitting 50c and my room is a little hot if anything. Before, I couldn't even last 10 seconds at 1024x768 furmark before I would hit 90c(tried twice to fix the paste and got the same results) and that was with the fan blasting a 70%.
Summary: There are several youtube videos showing how to put this on, and I watched all of them several times and ran one of them while I was doing the installation of this. Its a complex process because this is designed to work on so many different types of graphics cards. The only thing I did differently than the directions is I never used the thermal adhesive for the heatsinks.
Summary: Much more quiet than the stock fan from my GTX 660Ti. Cooler temps, as well. Pretty large, but if you have a modern desktop videocard, you probably have a big enough case to fit this fan too. Install was kind of tricky, I was so nervous of messing up my $300+ card, but thankfully I did not. Fan and card still going strong.
Summary: This cooler is amazing. I have a Galaxy GeForce GTX 560 Ti (384) that was encountering thermal issues with its stock two-fan cooler. Not only was the stock cooler loud (~ 72 dB when measured at the side panel), the GPU reached its thermal limit of 100 C under moderate-to-high load (~70% GPU load). Cleaning and replacing the thermal compound did not resolve the issue. This is where the Arctic Accelero Twin Turbo II (TTII) comes into play.
Summary: lowers the temperature of your graphics card by Celsian leaps and bounds keeps my gtx 650 chip around 45 degress overclocked at full load with the fans running at only 50 percent and this is truly completely inaudible to me goes a few degrees cooler at 100 percent with a subdued but plainly evident whisper like whoosh highly recommended get some good thermal compound for the install and be careful hooking the fan power lead onto your card (make sure ground and power go...
Summary: I've had a GTX 580 for a bit now, overclocked somewhat, and I recently noticed its temperatures were doing quite awful. I would idle in the 50s, and most games would easily shove it into the high 80s. Incredibly, some games made it almost hit 100. Needless to say, this was unacceptable.. the card could chew through any game I threw at it, but the temps were out of control. I researched aftermarket fans and came across this one, which hit a sweet spot in cost vs.
Summary: I had trouble with my GeForce GTX 660 overheating for a few months. I installed this card and the temperatures dropped by ~10 while idling and ~40 in the stress test. On the negative end, the installation was irritating. Also, this cooler is quite large. I have a mid-tower case. It felt a little cramped in there, and my GPU now takes up three PCIe slots. Since I have the space, I love it!