Alphacool NexXxoS NVXP-3 ATI X1800/X1900 rrp £35.00 now £5.69 @ Aria
Alphacool NexXxoS NVXP-3 ATI X1800/X1900 rrp £35.00 now £5.69 @ Aria

Alphacool NexXxoS NVXP-3 ATI X1800/X1900 rrp £35.00 now £5.69 @ Aria

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Graphics Card Cooler for all ATi X1800XL/XT/XT PE and X1900XT/X1900XTX cards either 256MB or 512MB, after reference Design (AGP and PCIe), based on the alphacool NexXxos cooler series.
This New type of copper cooler uses parallel running channels in PCF© design, this maximises the heat dissipation drastically.

The liquid concentration takes place centrally, in order to ensure best possible cooling, and giving the card a very stable environment even at extreme summer temperatures, highest overclocking possibility and silent all in one.

This Cooler is conceived for highest requirements; also the RAM chips are cooled.

The channel process leads directly across the RAM components, in order to ensure optimal cooling. The cooler base is absolutely flat, and in order to compensate for the differences in height, we have enclosed 8x 1mm thermal pads for the RAM chips.

There remains only 1mm of base between GPU; this is in order to achieve optimal cooling values. The sealing between Acryl Cover and copper cooler base is made by the use of a long-life O-ring tested at Temperatures up to 200°.

The attachment is made by using the standard air cooler holes; existing on all ATi cards (fixing screws are supplied).

We have also included Two 5mm Holes for optional LED lighting to present a cool lighting effect.

The G1/4BSPP connection thread is compatible with all connectors with the same thread dimensions.

A Back plate is also provided for optimal contact pressure!

This Cooler is perfect for all for Crossfire systems due to its slim features!

PLEASE NOTE: For the X1800XL/XT/XT PE and X1900XT/X1900XTX We recommend a Mosfett cooler!

Technical data:

Mass entirely (without connections): Length 91 mm, width 136 mm, height of 24 mm
Weight: 0,580 kg
Connections: G1/4"BSPP

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lol think most who have a watercooled system will have moved on from the 1800/1900 series a while ago
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