Cooling - Published on Wednesday, 06 July 2011 10:36 Written by Jacob Hugosson
We see more and more graphics card makers release graphics cards with custom circuits boards and coolers measuring up to the after-market solutions. MSI has now chosen to make an entrance on the cooling market with the popular Twin Frozr II GPU cooler, and the first has the same design as the one found on GeForce cards from MSI.
The cooler has nickel-coated copper heatpipes, tons of heatsinks and weighs 520 gram. It comes equipped with two 80 mm PWM fans and measures 251.9 x 100.9 x 35 mm.
The cooler that has been released by itself and is listed on MSI's japanese website is tailored for NVIDIA and only supports GTX 580/570/480/470/465, I.e. the first GF100 and GF110 circuits from NVIDIA. The support looks limited and we hope this is something hope MSI will correct if it is truly serious about this venture.
MSI Twin Frozr II VGA Cooler can be pre-ordered for 5980 YEN, which is around 55€.