• ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
  • ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
  • ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
  • ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
  • ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
  • ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
  • ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
  • ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
  • ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire
ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire

ARCTIC Accelero L2 Plus VGA Cooler - nVidia & AMD, 92mm Efficient PWM Fan, SLI/CrossFire

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  • EFFICIENT COOLING PERFORMANCE: The Accelero L2 PLUS features a 92 mm PWM fan, a cooling capacity of 120 Watts and pre-applied MX-4 thermal compound to deliver excellent cooling performance. In a comparison test the Accelero L2 Plus lowered the temperature of an overclocked AMD Radeon HD 7770 by a whopping 20 degrees.
  • ENHANCED RAM AND VR COOLING: The Accelero L2 PLUS comes with 31 RAM and VR heatsinks to keep your RAM and VR at optimal temperatures. The thermal adhesive facilitates heat dissipation of RAMs and VRs and offers a strong and lasting bond.
  • ULTRA QUIET: The Accelero L2 PLUS cools very efficiently due to an ultra-quiet 120 mm PWM fan. Xtreme Hardware tested the Accelero L2 PLUS and it was 29 dBA quieter compared to the stock cooler under full load. Thanks to the PWM control, the speed of both fans adjusts according to the temperature of the GPU and thus the noise level remains at an absolute minimum which qualifies it as a silent cooler. Click here to see how the PWM control settings can be changed according to your performance and noise preference.
  • MULTI-COMPATIBILITY: It features a versatile mounting system and various RAM and VR coolers in different sizes and shapes to accommodate a broad range of graphics cards. Its compatibility to CrossFire and SLI will come in handy when a multi-VGA setup is required.
  • NOISE LEVEL: 0.4 Sone @ 2,000 RPM.

Customer Reviews

The ARCTIC Accelero Xtreme IV is a fantastic cooler! It keeps my R9 290 at about ... The ARCTIC Accelero Xtreme IV is a fantastic cooler! It keeps my R9 290 at about 37oC and it is very quiet.Pros:- Displaces a lot of heat- Low noise- Solid construction- Installation bracket that supports the weight of the card+cooler- Fairly easy to installCons:- The instruction manual could be a lot better- QC on the electronics is poor (see below)- Takes a while to install- At this price point, it should come with thermal grease remover and VRAM heat sinks- Contrary to the instructions, you should use thermal paste. Why would you want to return the card back to stock? And if you do, just use some thermal paste remover.VERY IMPORTANT! - - - MAKE SURE YOU TEST THE FANS WITH THE 4 PIN ADAPTER BEFORE INSTALLING - - -Other:Don't be intimidated by the installation - it is not that hard. The instructions stink, but once you get going, it is pretty obvious what to do (and there's not a lot to do anyway - you just use four screws to mount the heat sink, put thermal pads on the back, cut and install the plastic guard, and screw down the clips to hold it together.) To me, the hardest part about this installation was the removal of the stock cooler. They really tightened those mounting screws down! There was also a lot of thermal paste that is tough to get off. I trued using some isopropyl alcohol, but it didn't really do anything, so i ordered a kit. After 20 minutes of scrubbing, I got it off. Final install tips: use thermal paste (ARCTIC makes a good one), and if you are going to use heat sinks on the VRAM (not included) make sure you leave enough room on the bottom VRAM module so that the heat sink bracket will fit (see picture).Be careful which Amazon vendor you purchase this from. I got mine from Platinum Micro Inc. It was missing the thermal pads, and the fans did not spin. I contacted them and they tried to tell me that it did not come with any thermal pads and they made me copy and paste the picture from the Amazon product page before they would believe me. Then, they tried to send me thermal paste instead of thermal pads and it got to the point where I realized they they didn't know what they were doing, so I contacted ARCTIC and they sorted me out immediately without any hassle. I would recommend that you just order directly from ARCTIC.I made the mistake of installing the card without testing the fans. Make sure you don't repeat my mistake. Use the molex adapter to test the fans, or else it will make the return more complicated. Again, ARCTIC took care of me right away and send me a replacement fan module. I just had to snap the old one off and put the new one on. It works great now!Okay, so overall it was kind of a pain, so why the 5 star rating? The stock cooler is that bad. It is loud and hot! This was my best option and once the project was finally finished, I was extremely pleased with the results. I would go through it all again. 5If you're thinking about it, do it you won't regret it i dont know what happened to all the people who gave it bad reviews, it honestly must be user error on their end, except for the dry thermal cement but even then my thermal cement was still fresh and after i put the lid back on it and came back to apply more heatsinks to a different card it was still fresh as day one , both pacakges they sent me( the first one i ordered and then the replacment) had fresh glue and both items were perfect as described, i think i actually fried the first fan beause the PWM header had some overflwon solder and looked like it was shorting things outEdit: the fans died within an hour but theyre sending me a new product free so just becareful with the 4pin molex adaptor I wouldn't recommend using both plugs only the 12vOMG THE MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS ARE THE WORST one full star off just for that slone, aside from that my 1050ti from PNY now idles at an AMAZING 23 celcius! and has yet to go over 55c under load, took about as long to install as a beefy air cooler for yoyr CPU maybe longer because you basically have to guess at which plastic washers you need ( for me it was the last ones I tried and yes I did RTFM it just had nothing useful to say) 4Low temps, higher clocks, whisper quiet. Reviewing the Accelero III installed on a Founder's 1080 Ti:Unlike the Accelero IV, which is a "sandwich" of a rear heatsink and front heatpipe, the Accelero III has the traditional front heatpipe only. I chose this because the IV is *huge* and I didn't like the IV's lack of direct heatsink for the RAM and VRM chips.Pros: The Accelero III's installation was mostly painless. Using double-sided thermal tape after a thorough 99% alcohol cleaning, the tiny heatsinks installed quickly. The kit includes thermal glue for a more permanent bond, but I chose to buy a separate roll of thermal tape. Everything fit perfectly on the 1080ti with a few heatsinks to spare.Results: 1974MHz steady unwavering boost clock at 100% GPU usage with a top core temp of only 59c. Before the Accelero, the blower fan topped out at 87c, clocked a max of 1911MHz, and only when the fan was boosted to 80% which is uncomfortably loud. The Accelero has barely any noise at all no matter the usage pattern. Totally satisfied.Cons: Out of the box, the Accelero's fan shroud came from the factory with it installed *upside down*. Carefully prying the fan shroud's plastic clips and reversing it did the trick. Complete installation took about an hour.Bottom line: It does what it's supposed to. Incredibly quiet, highly efficient cooling. If you're stuck with a noisy Founder's Edition, this is the way to go. 4Used to upgrade cooling on Nvidia GTX 1080 Founders Edition (FE) and reduce peak temps by 20C. I've had this installed a day now and the improvement in cooling is impressive. I recently picked up a used FE as an upgrade from my old but quiet card and the cooling in an FE is mediocre to say the least. After tuning all fans I routinely saw 72C while gaming and the card was noisy - running about 80% to maintain that 72C and the wife thought I was vacuuming instead of playing a game. While 72C is not an unreasonable temperature - the card throttles at about 83C - I wanted cooler and quieter and with a used card voiding the warranty was not an issue. After installing this the temperature peaks at about 51C - 20 degrees of improvement - and the card is silent. So mission achieved.But here is what you should know before you do this -- You need to completely remove the shell of the FE and the interior structural shelf and fan, etc. That involves removing every single tiny screw you can find - probably 30 or more of them - in many sizes. If you change your mind and want to go back it would be a challenge just managing the screws alone. Once you've stripped the card naked, you will be less impressed at what is really in that expensive card - not that much. You have to remove all of the backing as well. You need a jeweler's screwdriver, some very small Allen wrenches, and a very small nut driver. Didn't note the sizes, sorry.- Then on to the thermal gluing. Use the old thermal squishy tape on the interior of the removed shell as a guide to where you need to glue the aluminum heat sinks. The kit includes a bunch of them so just pick what seems the best fit on each board element. It is delicate work. The kit also includes tiny clear insulating tape if you see a situation where the heat sink might touch something metal, but I didn't use any of it. Let it dry for an hour.- Now you need to tape or glue the spacers to the mounting bracket in your new cooler. I didn't like this part of the design and thought there should be a better way - there are 3 different sizes of spacers and the double sided tape they included was impossible for me to get the second side backing off - you need surgeons hands and precision fingernails. So I didn't - I used the same thermal glue to glue the spacers (the 2.5mm ones that the 1080 uses) on top of the correct holes on the bracket. The spacers just need to stay in place long enough to mount the board to the cooler.- Next connect the cooler fan cable to the 4 pin connector on the Nvidia board.- Now with the cooler on it's back you lower the board onto the cooler and line up the 4 mounting holes to the glued spacers and put the supplied metal bracket over those holes - there is an almost invisible mylar coating on one side of the bracket and you want that downward because it is not conductive. Then there is a little foam piece you put on the underside of the bracket that also prevents the bracket from contacting the back side of the board. Put the 4 screws in, carefully tightening them in sequence and you are almost done. The cooler came with thermal paste already installed do you don't have to do anything there.- That's it - just install the card back in your PC and cross your fingers. Use MSI Afterburner to tune your new fan curve.A few more thoughts -Note that the cooler is held in place with just those 4 screws hanging from the graphics card board, so this design is not great structurally - the original FE was built like a battleship and you are giving that up for a kit that is not that. For a PC in an office that doesn't move for years it will be fine, but I wouldn't strap your PC to an ATV where this thing might completely disintegrate from shaking. Installing an aftermarket graphics card support rail (that is what I did) will help but this is far more fragile than what I started with regardless. As this kit works with something like 30 different cards they don't include anything specific to any card, so any structural improvement must be improvised.Also, with the backing gone you will want to spray out dust periodically - but then again this is no more exposed than your motherboard already is so that isn't a big deal, although the motherboard is vertical and therefore catches less dust than this will.And finally, the FE exhausted all heat out the rear while this does not - the heat is sent into the case. You would think that would mean your case fans work harder but I found the opposite is true - my case fans are controlled by the "system" temperature measured by the motherboard and I found they barely come on now, where with the original FE they ran at a steady clip when gaming. So the original FE must have sent a lot of heat to the motherboard through the PCIe socket to drive up the system temperature. On the other hand, my CPU temps did rise a bit as the heat from this rises up towards the CPU cooler just above it. Nothing serious but notable.I'd give this 5 stars for what it provided in terms of cooling, but am docking it a bit for the lack of any structural reinforcements and the problematic spacer issue. But no doubt part of the impressive cooling is just getting the FE out of the down parka that was the original plastic casing.All in all I'm very happy with the vastly improved thermal performance and the quiet operation. But this was not a trivial install, which is why I included all of the long commentary. Good luck! 4Works great on GTX 1060 in a Node 202 Installed on an EVGA GTX 1060 3GB single fan (non SC). The stock cooler on it sucked, and was made even worse by the fact I was using it in a node 202. I did what I could, but I could not keep it from thermal throttling even with a mild underclock.I finally decided to buy this cooler, even though it might not fit in the Node 202, but it does! And it keeps the temperatures of the card not just away from thermal-throttle-town, but about 15 degrees cooler than that. Because of the thermal throttling there's no way to tell exactly how much the temperature dropped by using this cooler, but it works great and the fans remain inaudible the whole time. I'm using it in a living room with a projector running overhead, but even when I get up close to the computer I can barely hear it. 5Lackluster instructions, but a truly phenomenal product for improved GPU cooling and great versatile compatibility Worked perfectly to fix my ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1060 Mini (ZT-P10600A-10L) whose fan was failing. Install took about 30-45 minutes, but largely because I wanted to be super careful, especially removing the old paste from the GPU chip. The included instructions are OK, but I'd strongly recommend looking at YouTube install videos using this exact cooling solution for much better guidance. There was one video with a similar card to mine I basically followed along with, pausing as needed, to make sure I did everything correctly.Long story short, my GPU runs super cool now, I don't notice any fan noise even under substantial load, and I've been using the Accelero Twin Turbo III for about two months now. Before buying, make sure the custom cooler is correct for your type/size-range of video card. I'd say this one is great for mid-level cards, but there's other ARCTIC GPU coolers for smaller and larger card types, both with similar great reviews. I believe there's also a good liquid GPU cooler by them, but I didn't have space in my case for that version. 5Ok, this thing is ridiculous. It took around 30 minutes to install it on an ASUS 1070 Turbo and wow what a difference. With the stock, blower-type cooler, I'd idle around 43C and I'd temperature limit at 80C with a very minor overclock. Now, I idle 28-29C, and I'm FAR from temp limited. I was able to push it to +200MHz on the core, and over +600MHz on the memory (effectively pushing from 8GHz to 9.2GHz!). At those max over-clocks, the fans are inaudible at ~35% and I barely kiss 50C (!!!).I was a little worried about how it would look, as the thing's a tank, but.. I must say it looks ok! I slipped the ASUS see-thru thing off the old fan shroud and tucked it up under the fan holder that comes with this cooler. Looks pretty good I think! 5Accelero Xtreme ***IV*** review *FIRST THING EVERYONE MUST REALIZE*:Amazon has conveniently combined the Arctic high-end graphics card coolers all into one page here. The only downside is that you are seeing reviews for all four of them that are available right now.*Overview*:This review is for the latest one, the Accelero Xtreme IV. This is the one that requires no gluing, and even advertises that you can return your card back to stock if you ever choose to do so (I'm not sure why you would ever do this. It's probably worth more on ebay with this on it, but that's your choice to make). When buying it, I took comfort in knowing that had I messed something up or lost courage during the installation, then I could still choose to revert back to stock if I chose to do so. The installation was rather easy though if you go slow and take your time to realize things. This is coming from someone who has never put on a custom cooler before too.I would like to mention that when installing this, the thermal pads go on the back of the card (which I found odd, but I followed along with the instructions despite that). They give you 40 of them each roughly .75cm I would say. You can stretch them if need be so there should be plenty of them. I have the R9 290 and found that 40 of them was the perfect amount. Since they had to make this compatible with multiple cards, I had to take special care in not clamping a capacitor or other major component. There was one modification I had to make where on one of the clamps I had to cut half of the rubber adhesive on it to confirm I would not be pinching a capacitor (go to Arctic's website and look at the parts list if you are interested in what these notorious clamps look like). After screwing everything tight- not too tight, just tight enough so nothing would fall apart, I threw it into my computer and to my excitement, it worked.*Temperatures*:This thing did more than just work. Before my GPU temperature was hitting 95 Celcius and would actually throttle down to avoid things blowing up. I did not, sadly, record what each of the VRM temperatures were on stock. However, with the arctic cooling while gaming, it sits around 62 Celcius for the GPU, and 40-65 Celcius for both of the VRMs. DO NOTE that I have set up a custom fan profile with Asus GPU Tweak which helps in keeping them this low. Those temperatures mentioned were from running Battlefield 4 on ultra settings.I also stress tested it in Furmark for 15 minutes to tweak the fan profile to my liking (I will share the fan profile in a bit as well). In Furmark, GPU stress that you will never actually experience while gaming, recorded about 63 Celcius for GPU peak, and 94 Celcius peak for VRM1, 64 peak for VRM2. I would consider all of these within perfectly acceptable parameters. Again, I never recorded the stock VRM temps but they were probably ready to spontaneously combust.Idle temps sit around 42 Celcius for GPU, 39 for VRM1, and 51 for VRM2.*Noise*:The stock cooler was incredibly loud. That was probably the main push toward getting this aftermarket cooler. That plus the extended life I've granted the card thanks to the improved cooling made it worth $90. Within the mixture of two chassis fans and the CPU fan, I can barely make out which fan tone belongs to the GPU fans. People complaining about the 'fan noise' from these fans are either related to superman, or should just be eliminated from the gene pool.*Size*:This thing is massive. You'd have to look at the website for the exact size to see if it'll fit your case. But I had to remove a hard drive cage in my case to allow space for it to fit. And yes, this will take up four PCI slots. If you happen to have a smaller device that does not extend downward, it is possible you could use the second slot above the GPU's slot. I would not rely on that being the case though. Just keep that in mind.*Fan speeds*:This part isn't particularly relevant to the review. I just wanted to provide this part to ease the installation. To get the decent temperatures recorded above, I used Asus GPU Tweak and created a custom fan profile. I'm sure you could use the software even if you do not have an Asus card, or you could use your own program that allows you to modify the fan speeds-doesn't matter. Anyway, I set the idle fan speed to be 20%. When it reaches 50 Celcius I have it jump up to 50%. At 53 it goes to 75% (53 and higher is intended for gaming and intensive tasks, thus the quick jump). And at 60 degrees C it goes up to 85% fan speed. On the off chance that the GPU reaches 100, I have the fan speed hit 100%. But since Furmark did not come close to hitting that, I do not think it ever will, even with some overclocking.So for more basic games, such as Minecraft, it should be sitting around 75%. And for intensive games/tasks it'll go up to 85% fan speed. This is working very well for me so far, and is a good starting location for both me and you if you choose to follow this instruction. I would imagine that a similar fan profile would benefit any card even if it is not the 290.*Conclusion*:Decent temps for such a hot card, quiet fans, gigantic fan/heatsink combo, and rather easy but time consuming installation. I cannot think of any other major points nor hints that one may find helpful. If anyone has any questions then please drop a question in a comment below and I will try to get back to you. In the meantime, I will be attempting to sell Boeing my stock fan, hoping that they mistake it for a jet turbine and accept a ridiculous offer for it. 5I strongly recommend that you place 4 square heatsinks on the 4 ... This product is a solid product, with no frills whatsoever. I purchased it for use with a Zotac GTX 970 TF, and it fits perfectly.Note: Don't put all the mini heatsinks on first. The heatsink pipe WILL brush against the two VRAMs above and below the chip. I strongly recommend that you place 4 square heatsinks on the 4 in a row to the right, and two long thin ones on the two above and below the chip. Place the thin ones on the ends further away from the chip itself.This is a solid replacement for the stock zotac cooler, and definitely helps keeps temps much lower than previously experienced. I was experiencing approximately 45-50 degs idle (I live in a tropical country), and my current idle temps are at approx 35-37deg. Temps under load, have hit a maximum of 53 degs at 100%, a far cry from my mid 70s-80s using the stock cooler. 5Gameplay - 30 I can not do English. The review uses Google Translate. I'm sorry.I am using a very bad LEADTEK GEFORCE GTX 1060 6 GB.42 C in idle state, 67 C in FORTNITE game, 82 C in PUBG.NZXT Kraken G12 did not suit.ARCTIC Accelero Twin Turbo III is a little expensive in Japan.I was clumsy and I was not familiar with the PC so I took a bit of trouble to install it. Reverse the orientation of the screws or remove a part of the graphics card heat sink.From the shape of my graphics card ARCTIC Accelero Mono Plus may have been enough.However, it showed a considerable effect!30 in idle state, game at 48 C for FORTNITE, 48 C for PUBG.I should have gotten it sooner.ARIGATO 5
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The ARCTIC Accelero Xtreme IV is a fantastic cooler! It keeps my R9 290 at about ... The ARCTIC Accelero Xtreme IV is a fantastic cooler! It keeps my R9 290 at about 37oC and it is very quiet.Pros:- Displaces a lot of heat- Low noise- Solid construction- Installation bracket that supports the weight of the card+cooler- Fairly easy to installCons:- The instruction manual could be a lot better- QC on the electronics is poor (see below)- Takes a while to install- At this price point, it should come with thermal grease remover and VRAM heat sinks- Contrary to the instructions, you should use thermal paste. Why would you want to return the card back to stock? And if you do, just use some thermal paste remover.VERY IMPORTANT! - - - MAKE SURE YOU TEST THE FANS WITH THE 4 PIN ADAPTER BEFORE INSTALLING - - -Other:Don't be intimidated by the installation - it is not that hard. The instructions stink, but once you get going, it is pretty obvious what to do (and there's not a lot to do anyway - you just use four screws to mount the heat sink, put thermal pads on the back, cut and install the plastic guard, and screw down the clips to hold it together.) To me, the hardest part about this installation was the removal of the stock cooler. They really tightened those mounting screws down! There was also a lot of thermal paste that is tough to get off. I trued using some isopropyl alcohol, but it didn't really do anything, so i ordered a kit. After 20 minutes of scrubbing, I got it off. Final install tips: use thermal paste (ARCTIC makes a good one), and if you are going to use heat sinks on the VRAM (not included) make sure you leave enough room on the bottom VRAM module so that the heat sink bracket will fit (see picture).Be careful which Amazon vendor you purchase this from. I got mine from Platinum Micro Inc. It was missing the thermal pads, and the fans did not spin. I contacted them and they tried to tell me that it did not come with any thermal pads and they made me copy and paste the picture from the Amazon product page before they would believe me. Then, they tried to send me thermal paste instead of thermal pads and it got to the point where I realized they they didn't know what they were doing, so I contacted ARCTIC and they sorted me out immediately without any hassle. I would recommend that you just order directly from ARCTIC.I made the mistake of installing the card without testing the fans. Make sure you don't repeat my mistake. Use the molex adapter to test the fans, or else it will make the return more complicated. Again, ARCTIC took care of me right away and send me a replacement fan module. I just had to snap the old one off and put the new one on. It works great now!Okay, so overall it was kind of a pain, so why the 5 star rating? The stock cooler is that bad. It is loud and hot! This was my best option and once the project was finally finished, I was extremely pleased with the results. I would go through it all again. 5If you're thinking about it, do it you won't regret it i dont know what happened to all the people who gave it bad reviews, it honestly must be user error on their end, except for the dry thermal cement but even then my thermal cement was still fresh and after i put the lid back on it and came back to apply more heatsinks to a different card it was still fresh as day one , both pacakges they sent me( the first one i ordered and then the replacment) had fresh glue and both items were perfect as described, i think i actually fried the first fan beause the PWM header had some overflwon solder and looked like it was shorting things outEdit: the fans died within an hour but theyre sending me a new product free so just becareful with the 4pin molex adaptor I wouldn't recommend using both plugs only the 12vOMG THE MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS ARE THE WORST one full star off just for that slone, aside from that my 1050ti from PNY now idles at an AMAZING 23 celcius! and has yet to go over 55c under load, took about as long to install as a beefy air cooler for yoyr CPU maybe longer because you basically have to guess at which plastic washers you need ( for me it was the last ones I tried and yes I did RTFM it just had nothing useful to say) 4Low temps, higher clocks, whisper quiet. Reviewing the Accelero III installed on a Founder's 1080 Ti:Unlike the Accelero IV, which is a "sandwich" of a rear heatsink and front heatpipe, the Accelero III has the traditional front heatpipe only. I chose this because the IV is *huge* and I didn't like the IV's lack of direct heatsink for the RAM and VRM chips.Pros: The Accelero III's installation was mostly painless. Using double-sided thermal tape after a thorough 99% alcohol cleaning, the tiny heatsinks installed quickly. The kit includes thermal glue for a more permanent bond, but I chose to buy a separate roll of thermal tape. Everything fit perfectly on the 1080ti with a few heatsinks to spare.Results: 1974MHz steady unwavering boost clock at 100% GPU usage with a top core temp of only 59c. Before the Accelero, the blower fan topped out at 87c, clocked a max of 1911MHz, and only when the fan was boosted to 80% which is uncomfortably loud. The Accelero has barely any noise at all no matter the usage pattern. Totally satisfied.Cons: Out of the box, the Accelero's fan shroud came from the factory with it installed *upside down*. Carefully prying the fan shroud's plastic clips and reversing it did the trick. Complete installation took about an hour.Bottom line: It does what it's supposed to. Incredibly quiet, highly efficient cooling. If you're stuck with a noisy Founder's Edition, this is the way to go. 4Used to upgrade cooling on Nvidia GTX 1080 Founders Edition (FE) and reduce peak temps by 20C. I've had this installed a day now and the improvement in cooling is impressive. I recently picked up a used FE as an upgrade from my old but quiet card and the cooling in an FE is mediocre to say the least. After tuning all fans I routinely saw 72C while gaming and the card was noisy - running about 80% to maintain that 72C and the wife thought I was vacuuming instead of playing a game. While 72C is not an unreasonable temperature - the card throttles at about 83C - I wanted cooler and quieter and with a used card voiding the warranty was not an issue. After installing this the temperature peaks at about 51C - 20 degrees of improvement - and the card is silent. So mission achieved.But here is what you should know before you do this -- You need to completely remove the shell of the FE and the interior structural shelf and fan, etc. That involves removing every single tiny screw you can find - probably 30 or more of them - in many sizes. If you change your mind and want to go back it would be a challenge just managing the screws alone. Once you've stripped the card naked, you will be less impressed at what is really in that expensive card - not that much. You have to remove all of the backing as well. You need a jeweler's screwdriver, some very small Allen wrenches, and a very small nut driver. Didn't note the sizes, sorry.- Then on to the thermal gluing. Use the old thermal squishy tape on the interior of the removed shell as a guide to where you need to glue the aluminum heat sinks. The kit includes a bunch of them so just pick what seems the best fit on each board element. It is delicate work. The kit also includes tiny clear insulating tape if you see a situation where the heat sink might touch something metal, but I didn't use any of it. Let it dry for an hour.- Now you need to tape or glue the spacers to the mounting bracket in your new cooler. I didn't like this part of the design and thought there should be a better way - there are 3 different sizes of spacers and the double sided tape they included was impossible for me to get the second side backing off - you need surgeons hands and precision fingernails. So I didn't - I used the same thermal glue to glue the spacers (the 2.5mm ones that the 1080 uses) on top of the correct holes on the bracket. The spacers just need to stay in place long enough to mount the board to the cooler.- Next connect the cooler fan cable to the 4 pin connector on the Nvidia board.- Now with the cooler on it's back you lower the board onto the cooler and line up the 4 mounting holes to the glued spacers and put the supplied metal bracket over those holes - there is an almost invisible mylar coating on one side of the bracket and you want that downward because it is not conductive. Then there is a little foam piece you put on the underside of the bracket that also prevents the bracket from contacting the back side of the board. Put the 4 screws in, carefully tightening them in sequence and you are almost done. The cooler came with thermal paste already installed do you don't have to do anything there.- That's it - just install the card back in your PC and cross your fingers. Use MSI Afterburner to tune your new fan curve.A few more thoughts -Note that the cooler is held in place with just those 4 screws hanging from the graphics card board, so this design is not great structurally - the original FE was built like a battleship and you are giving that up for a kit that is not that. For a PC in an office that doesn't move for years it will be fine, but I wouldn't strap your PC to an ATV where this thing might completely disintegrate from shaking. Installing an aftermarket graphics card support rail (that is what I did) will help but this is far more fragile than what I started with regardless. As this kit works with something like 30 different cards they don't include anything specific to any card, so any structural improvement must be improvised.Also, with the backing gone you will want to spray out dust periodically - but then again this is no more exposed than your motherboard already is so that isn't a big deal, although the motherboard is vertical and therefore catches less dust than this will.And finally, the FE exhausted all heat out the rear while this does not - the heat is sent into the case. You would think that would mean your case fans work harder but I found the opposite is true - my case fans are controlled by the "system" temperature measured by the motherboard and I found they barely come on now, where with the original FE they ran at a steady clip when gaming. So the original FE must have sent a lot of heat to the motherboard through the PCIe socket to drive up the system temperature. On the other hand, my CPU temps did rise a bit as the heat from this rises up towards the CPU cooler just above it. Nothing serious but notable.I'd give this 5 stars for what it provided in terms of cooling, but am docking it a bit for the lack of any structural reinforcements and the problematic spacer issue. But no doubt part of the impressive cooling is just getting the FE out of the down parka that was the original plastic casing.All in all I'm very happy with the vastly improved thermal performance and the quiet operation. But this was not a trivial install, which is why I included all of the long commentary. Good luck! 4Works great on GTX 1060 in a Node 202 Installed on an EVGA GTX 1060 3GB single fan (non SC). The stock cooler on it sucked, and was made even worse by the fact I was using it in a node 202. I did what I could, but I could not keep it from thermal throttling even with a mild underclock.I finally decided to buy this cooler, even though it might not fit in the Node 202, but it does! And it keeps the temperatures of the card not just away from thermal-throttle-town, but about 15 degrees cooler than that. Because of the thermal throttling there's no way to tell exactly how much the temperature dropped by using this cooler, but it works great and the fans remain inaudible the whole time. I'm using it in a living room with a projector running overhead, but even when I get up close to the computer I can barely hear it. 5Lackluster instructions, but a truly phenomenal product for improved GPU cooling and great versatile compatibility Worked perfectly to fix my ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1060 Mini (ZT-P10600A-10L) whose fan was failing. Install took about 30-45 minutes, but largely because I wanted to be super careful, especially removing the old paste from the GPU chip. The included instructions are OK, but I'd strongly recommend looking at YouTube install videos using this exact cooling solution for much better guidance. There was one video with a similar card to mine I basically followed along with, pausing as needed, to make sure I did everything correctly.Long story short, my GPU runs super cool now, I don't notice any fan noise even under substantial load, and I've been using the Accelero Twin Turbo III for about two months now. Before buying, make sure the custom cooler is correct for your type/size-range of video card. I'd say this one is great for mid-level cards, but there's other ARCTIC GPU coolers for smaller and larger card types, both with similar great reviews. I believe there's also a good liquid GPU cooler by them, but I didn't have space in my case for that version. 5Ok, this thing is ridiculous. It took around 30 minutes to install it on an ASUS 1070 Turbo and wow what a difference. With the stock, blower-type cooler, I'd idle around 43C and I'd temperature limit at 80C with a very minor overclock. Now, I idle 28-29C, and I'm FAR from temp limited. I was able to push it to +200MHz on the core, and over +600MHz on the memory (effectively pushing from 8GHz to 9.2GHz!). At those max over-clocks, the fans are inaudible at ~35% and I barely kiss 50C (!!!).I was a little worried about how it would look, as the thing's a tank, but.. I must say it looks ok! I slipped the ASUS see-thru thing off the old fan shroud and tucked it up under the fan holder that comes with this cooler. Looks pretty good I think! 5Accelero Xtreme ***IV*** review *FIRST THING EVERYONE MUST REALIZE*:Amazon has conveniently combined the Arctic high-end graphics card coolers all into one page here. The only downside is that you are seeing reviews for all four of them that are available right now.*Overview*:This review is for the latest one, the Accelero Xtreme IV. This is the one that requires no gluing, and even advertises that you can return your card back to stock if you ever choose to do so (I'm not sure why you would ever do this. It's probably worth more on ebay with this on it, but that's your choice to make). When buying it, I took comfort in knowing that had I messed something up or lost courage during the installation, then I could still choose to revert back to stock if I chose to do so. The installation was rather easy though if you go slow and take your time to realize things. This is coming from someone who has never put on a custom cooler before too.I would like to mention that when installing this, the thermal pads go on the back of the card (which I found odd, but I followed along with the instructions despite that). They give you 40 of them each roughly .75cm I would say. You can stretch them if need be so there should be plenty of them. I have the R9 290 and found that 40 of them was the perfect amount. Since they had to make this compatible with multiple cards, I had to take special care in not clamping a capacitor or other major component. There was one modification I had to make where on one of the clamps I had to cut half of the rubber adhesive on it to confirm I would not be pinching a capacitor (go to Arctic's website and look at the parts list if you are interested in what these notorious clamps look like). After screwing everything tight- not too tight, just tight enough so nothing would fall apart, I threw it into my computer and to my excitement, it worked.*Temperatures*:This thing did more than just work. Before my GPU temperature was hitting 95 Celcius and would actually throttle down to avoid things blowing up. I did not, sadly, record what each of the VRM temperatures were on stock. However, with the arctic cooling while gaming, it sits around 62 Celcius for the GPU, and 40-65 Celcius for both of the VRMs. DO NOTE that I have set up a custom fan profile with Asus GPU Tweak which helps in keeping them this low. Those temperatures mentioned were from running Battlefield 4 on ultra settings.I also stress tested it in Furmark for 15 minutes to tweak the fan profile to my liking (I will share the fan profile in a bit as well). In Furmark, GPU stress that you will never actually experience while gaming, recorded about 63 Celcius for GPU peak, and 94 Celcius peak for VRM1, 64 peak for VRM2. I would consider all of these within perfectly acceptable parameters. Again, I never recorded the stock VRM temps but they were probably ready to spontaneously combust.Idle temps sit around 42 Celcius for GPU, 39 for VRM1, and 51 for VRM2.*Noise*:The stock cooler was incredibly loud. That was probably the main push toward getting this aftermarket cooler. That plus the extended life I've granted the card thanks to the improved cooling made it worth $90. Within the mixture of two chassis fans and the CPU fan, I can barely make out which fan tone belongs to the GPU fans. People complaining about the 'fan noise' from these fans are either related to superman, or should just be eliminated from the gene pool.*Size*:This thing is massive. You'd have to look at the website for the exact size to see if it'll fit your case. But I had to remove a hard drive cage in my case to allow space for it to fit. And yes, this will take up four PCI slots. If you happen to have a smaller device that does not extend downward, it is possible you could use the second slot above the GPU's slot. I would not rely on that being the case though. Just keep that in mind.*Fan speeds*:This part isn't particularly relevant to the review. I just wanted to provide this part to ease the installation. To get the decent temperatures recorded above, I used Asus GPU Tweak and created a custom fan profile. I'm sure you could use the software even if you do not have an Asus card, or you could use your own program that allows you to modify the fan speeds-doesn't matter. Anyway, I set the idle fan speed to be 20%. When it reaches 50 Celcius I have it jump up to 50%. At 53 it goes to 75% (53 and higher is intended for gaming and intensive tasks, thus the quick jump). And at 60 degrees C it goes up to 85% fan speed. On the off chance that the GPU reaches 100, I have the fan speed hit 100%. But since Furmark did not come close to hitting that, I do not think it ever will, even with some overclocking.So for more basic games, such as Minecraft, it should be sitting around 75%. And for intensive games/tasks it'll go up to 85% fan speed. This is working very well for me so far, and is a good starting location for both me and you if you choose to follow this instruction. I would imagine that a similar fan profile would benefit any card even if it is not the 290.*Conclusion*:Decent temps for such a hot card, quiet fans, gigantic fan/heatsink combo, and rather easy but time consuming installation. I cannot think of any other major points nor hints that one may find helpful. If anyone has any questions then please drop a question in a comment below and I will try to get back to you. In the meantime, I will be attempting to sell Boeing my stock fan, hoping that they mistake it for a jet turbine and accept a ridiculous offer for it. 5I strongly recommend that you place 4 square heatsinks on the 4 ... This product is a solid product, with no frills whatsoever. I purchased it for use with a Zotac GTX 970 TF, and it fits perfectly.Note: Don't put all the mini heatsinks on first. The heatsink pipe WILL brush against the two VRAMs above and below the chip. I strongly recommend that you place 4 square heatsinks on the 4 in a row to the right, and two long thin ones on the two above and below the chip. Place the thin ones on the ends further away from the chip itself.This is a solid replacement for the stock zotac cooler, and definitely helps keeps temps much lower than previously experienced. I was experiencing approximately 45-50 degs idle (I live in a tropical country), and my current idle temps are at approx 35-37deg. Temps under load, have hit a maximum of 53 degs at 100%, a far cry from my mid 70s-80s using the stock cooler. 5Gameplay - 30 I can not do English. The review uses Google Translate. I'm sorry.I am using a very bad LEADTEK GEFORCE GTX 1060 6 GB.42 C in idle state, 67 C in FORTNITE game, 82 C in PUBG.NZXT Kraken G12 did not suit.ARCTIC Accelero Twin Turbo III is a little expensive in Japan.I was clumsy and I was not familiar with the PC so I took a bit of trouble to install it. Reverse the orientation of the screws or remove a part of the graphics card heat sink.From the shape of my graphics card ARCTIC Accelero Mono Plus may have been enough.However, it showed a considerable effect!30 in idle state, game at 48 C for FORTNITE, 48 C for PUBG.I should have gotten it sooner.ARIGATO 5
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