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Arctic Cooling Accelero Mono Plus Graphics Card Cooler
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The Accelero Mono PLUS is equipped with a universal mounting mechanism, offers full support to a broad range of graphic cards.
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Fitting was pretty easy, and took about half an hour, plus an hour or so for the thermal glue to set on the RAM heatsinks (of which a generous number are included in various shapes and sizes, far more than I needed). I do have some tips regarding fitting, as a result of things I ran into when fitting the cooler:
- Check the pinout of the existing fan connector on your GPU vs the connector on the Arctic cooler. Mine was different (Gigabyte made card). It is easy to sort by popping the pins out of the connector on the Arctic fan and refitting them in the required place. Wrongly wiring the fan could cause damage.
- Do fit the ram heatsinks, they make a useful difference to the card temperature. Make sure you check clearance for the cooler BEFORE glueing anything in place (particularly on RAM chips close to the GPU).
- The thermal glue works well if you clean the surfaces before hand. Use a pencil rubber to clean the RAM chips.Read more ›
Why am I so impressed then? The heat sink. The heat sink + the MX4 on a GTX750Ti works so well. I only realised there was something wrong with my fan when I looked at the overclock software and checked the temperatures.
The GTX750Ti can max out Crysis 1 and 2 and play Crysis 3 on high. So it's no slouch. I was able to play Crysis 3 with a malfunctioning fan and it reached 76 degrees. Usually it would hit maybe 46 odd degrees with the fan.
Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't recommend playing without a fan, but I wanted to see just how effective the heatsink was. Also it should be noted, the GTX 750Ti's Maxwell architecture likely played a huge part in this. So I wouldn't recommend you try this on just any Nvidia or AMD graphics card. The fan is really important.
My only other complaint besides my experience with the fan, is that it is a touch heavy. You can see the board bend slightly. The problem is that the weight isn't distributed, it's hanging off the GPU. Oh and it's not the simplest thing to set up when you've never done it before. The higher end your card, the more of those small heatsinks you'll need (for RAM etc). The thermal glue isn't an issue because you don't have to mix it, as others have mentioned, akasa thermal adhesive tape may be easier. People new to this stuff, take your time and have an ipad or something handy in case you need to look something up.
But as impressive as it is, I can only give it 4 stars as I shouldn't have to replace the fan this soon. If it lasts this time, I'll change it to five stars down the line.
I was pleasantly surprised and quite shocked at the size of the thing, and from first glance you can tell it means business.
The build quality is strong and sturdy, the fan is huge and along with the heatsink has quite a weight to it. When installing the card I had to add an extra screw (to a screwless case) to make sure it had adequate support as there was some minor flexing of the PCB. Nothing serious.
The instructions that come with it are at first rather confusing, but with a little bit of thought it becomes fairly easy to install, doable in under an hour with some patience. The cooler comes with an epoxy for use with the VR and RAM heatsinks, but I bought Thermal Adhesive Tape instead as recommended by many others. The heatsink comes with Arctics MX-4 Thermal Compound pre-applied so be careful when taking the cooler out of it's packaging as it is easy to accidentally get a finger print on it.
When all was running, along with the latest drivers, I was amazed by the results. Stock cooling of the XFX Radeon 6870 was giving my idles of around 45ºC, while under load it would soar to between 75ºC to 90ºC at 60% fan speed, and not much lower at 100%, all the while being as loud as a jet
Using the Accelero Mono Plus, my Idles are now 29ºC and under load never gets hotter than 52ºC, and at 100% fan speed it is near silent.
Overall, I could not find a fault with this product, it does what it sets out to do and does it extremely well and far better than the stock coolers of many other graphics card brands.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great GPU cooler. I bought it because my fan died on my GTX 760 and i didn't want to buy a complete new gpu. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Super, my old Radeon HD6750 temperature droped from 70 to 35 degree under load, thx.Published 3 months ago by elriv
Fitted to Ati Radeon HD4600 series Graphics card, it isn't listed for my card but I guessed as was in the range listed I could get it to fit. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ray P
I love it, I have replaced my stock fan on mu GeForce660 ti which on some stage become very loud. It comes have plenty of accessories such as radiators and glue, it also comes with... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kamil Lasecki
Received promptly from MegaValue but the fan was DOA. Found that Artic sold spare parts quite cheaply so told MegaValue who immediately said order the part and we will cover the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Fitted to a GeForce GTX670 Graphics Card using these instructions https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=167355. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mr. Neal D. Plews
Unfortunately the product did arrive defect tin the post and did not work, i bought this for my XFX Radeon 6870 as the fan was unbearably loud and the GPU peaked at 90 degrees... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mark Bolhuis