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Thursday, 14 April 2011 12:35

Zalman rolls out new GTX 570/580 VGA cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The tweaked VF3000

Zalman has announced its latest addition to the VF3000 line of VGA coolers, the GF110 compatible VF3000F. We already had a chance to see this one on Zotac GTX 580 AMP! card and from today it should be available in retail in case you want to ditch the cooler on your own GTX 570/580 card.

There are no serious updates to the design other than the support for GTX 570/580 cards as the new VF3000F still features two 92mm fans, pure copper base and five copper heatpipes paired up with an aluminum fin heatsink. The fans are this time paired with green LEDs and the shroud is also painted in green to fully go with the Nvidia theme. Two 92mm fans can be controlled via bundled Fan Mate 2 controller and are spinning between 1400 and 3000RPM, producing 18 to 33 dBA of noise.

The new VF3000F will be also bundled with VRM/RAM heatsink and ZM-STG2 thermal grease. The VF3000F is already listed in some shops for around €40 depending on the region.

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0 #1 txsouthpaw 2011-05-05 08:55
I would have considered buying one of these for my 580 if it used a 4 pin PWM fan connector. Instead, I bought an AC Xtreme+.
 

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