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Monday, November 10, 2008
ASUS Launches Self-Designed EAH4870X2 and EAH4830 Series Graphics Cards


ASUS has today introduced two ranges of self-designed graphics cards, namely the EAH4870X2 and the latest EAH4830 Series.

These ASUS designed graphics cards are equipped with specially designed fansinks that deliver cooling of up to 24C for the GPU and low noise-levels of only 29 dB.



A specially designed Tri-Fansink is utilized with the ASUS self-designed EAH4870X2 dual-GPU to effectively keep both GPUs and other critical heat generating components cool. Three large fans bring in cool air to dissipate heat away from both sides. The Jet Engine design of the fansink also channels more centralized air stream for higher air pressure and better heat dissipation efficiency. Furthermore, this fansink also features a skive-fin heatsink which is manufactured to high technical requirements that maximizes heat dissipation and minimizes any chance of overheating. With this Tri-Fansink, the temperature of both GPUs can thus be lowered up to an 24?C in comparison to reference design boards, according to Asus.



The latest EAH4830 Series also comes equipped with a specially designed fansink to quickly transfer heat away from the GPU for extreme cooling. Besides the cooling capacity, the fansink on the EAH4830 Series operates with noise levels of only 29 dB.

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