Arctic-Cooling Accelero Xtreme Plus Pro Reviews
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"In the end, we give the Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME Plus the Bigbruin.com "Whisper Quiet" award for it's virtually silent operation. It would have also earned the Highly Recommended award, but there's just too much confusion with mounting kits."
"The Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME Plus is the bigger brother of the Accelero Twin Turbo Pro, which we've already reviewed. It has the same problem found on that cooler, the lack of a backplate to make the installation more reliable, even more because the XTREME Plus is bigger and heavier than the Turbo Pro. It is also too big and may not fit in some cases: keep this in mind before buying it (it will need 11.4" or 290 mm clearance)."
"The Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME Plus keeps the main aspects of its predecessor, but this models adds support most current high-end graphics cards on the market."
"Overall, what did we think? Yes, Arctic Cooling has a lot to be proud of. They have far more to glorify here then to regret. At 50 or even 60 dollars the Accelero Xtreme Plus VGA Cooler is a very worthwhile product for those who have the room for it."
"When it comes to aftermarket cooling solutions, a higher end solution is going to cost you a little money, just like upgrading your cooling solution for your CPU. The Accelero Xtreme Plus from Arctic Cooling has an MSRP of roughly $65, add in the cost of the graphics card specific hardware kit that is priced from $4.99 to $5.99, depending on the kit, and you are spending an additional $70 for improved cooling that should improve the life span of your video card. When you pair three 92mm fans together you are going to expect some noise, but what you get is a very quiet solution that runs from 900-2000RPM when controlled by the video card. Included is an adapter that allows you to run the fans straight from a 12V connection from the power supply, or at 7V for a further reduction in noise at the cost of some cooling performance. Artic Cooling has provided a cooling solution that can be tailored to your specific needs and offers excellent cooling capabilities. I am, at this point, still impressed with their commitment to quality and the reduction in noise to make the video card something you notice for its graphics performance rather than the sound of the fan whining in the background."