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Tuesday, March 06, 2007
i-Chill Introduces Passive Cooling Solution with AC Accelero S2M S1M


The Accelero S2M & S1M features a copper base and heatpipes that extend directly from the GPU centre to provide the ultimate heat conductivity and larger surface area.

Heat from the GPU can rapidly reach through the Aluminum fins that extend beyond the height of the graphics card. The Aluminum fins are specially designed to allow air flow pass through easily and remove heat efficiently.

It is assembled with 22 Aluminum fins which increase the surface area by 100% more than the standard cooler and each fin width at 3mm that is ideal for passive heat transfer.


Accelero S1M


The AC Accelero S2M & S1M heatpipe design is highly efficient for heat transfer and is filled with liquid material that vaporizes the heat from one side of the pipes to the other. The vaporized liquid is then cooled and liquidated again.


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