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Thermaltake Radeon HD 2900 XT cooler, huge-ass memory heatsinks and more

by Tarinder Sandhu on 9 June 2007, 09:48

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Computex 2007 Thermaltake already has an aftermarket GPU cooler for NVIDIA's 8800-series graphics cards. The TMG ND5 is reckoned to outperform NVIDIA's decent reference heatsink, both for thermals and acoustics.

So, we weren't surprised to learn of a Radeon HD 2900 XT equivalent - the TMG AT5 - based largely on the same design but tweaked to fit AMD's latest and greatest. Expected price is around Ā£30.

If you're not looking for something quite so heavy-handed, the DuOrb may be the answer. Packing in a couple of 80mm fans and leveraging Thermaltake's cooling know-how, the DuOrb is a slicker and better-looking effort.

[advert]Thermaltake ratifies the DuOrb to function with NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 GTX/Ultra but, somewhat surprisingly, doesn't have plans for an AMD HD 2900 XT model.

The company is also introducing a couple of new heatsink coolers for memory modules. The cooler shown at the top is based on the existing V1 CPU-heatsink design, and, at COMPUTEX, we've seen the V1 RAM Cooler used on DDR3 modules running at an effective 2000MHz.

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