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Thermaltake GF4 copper cooler - Thermaltake GF4 copper cooler
Fri, June 28 2002 | 10:26AM | PermaLink Feedback?
ViperLair looks at the Thermaltake GF4 copper cooler. Damn, I want some of these! =)

The fan is slightly larger than nVidia's reference, and is rated at 10.6CFM. It's big enough, and draws more power than the stock fan, and you'll likely be forced to use the included 3-to-4 pin Molex adapter. Even if you didn't want to use the adapter, it's a physical impossibility to fit the power cable into the video card's outlet. Although the fan is larger, I didn't find the noise to be obtrusive, and chances are, your CPU HSF or case fans will likely generate a lot more noise.

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