Accelero Mono PLUSAMD / NVIDIA Graphics Card Cooler for Enthusiasts
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with Ultimate Compatibility and Near Silence
Thanks to the PWM control, the speed of both fans adjusts according to the temperature of the GPU and thus the noise level remains at an absolute minimum which qualifies it as a silent cooler. Click here to see how the PWM control settings can be changed according to your performance and noise preference.
Mono Plus (50%): 63 C, 35.8 dBA
Mono Plus (100%): 60 C, 39.8 dBA
Powerful, quiet, fairly cheap, and installation is a breeze. A perfect candidate for medium to high end models.
Technical Support / FAQ
Fan speed irregularities on Nvidia graphics cards read
Nvidia graphics cards with their latest drivers may be misinterpreting the fan speed of our coolers and thus the reporting through software is wrong. Further Nvidia is no longer controlling the fan speed depending on PWM values based on the GPU temperature. E.g. if you set 30% PWM, Nvidia translates it into 1050 RPM. Independent whether you run a 40 mm (10,000 RPM max) or a 140 mm (1,500 RPM max) fan and independent of their maximum fan speeds, Nvidia will drive both at exactly 1050 RPM.
Nvidia's inability interpreting the fan speed signal might make the graphics card's controller spin the fan up and down. AMD boards control the fan speed consequently according to the GPU temperature and thus this cannot happen. With a fan controller software like Precision X this issue is controllable in the best way. There is to be aware that the percentages are not corresponding to PWM values but to fix fan speeds set by Nvidia. We recommend you to follow our suggested control curve precisely.
How to use the 4-pin adapter?read
Under what conditions do you need a 4-pin adapter?
Your graphics card
1. is using a non-standard cooler socket (e.g. 5-pin, flipped polarity) or
2. is using a passive cooler as the stock cooler
How to connect the 4-pin adapter?
The differences between 7V and 12V socket*
7V: Moderate fan speed. It gives the best balance between cooling performance and noise level. It is recommended for normal usage.
12V: Full fan speed depending on the fan design. It gives the best cooling performance and it is recommended for high duty usage.
*The fan speed is fixed regardless of the GPU's condition.
1. Ensure your PSU has spare power source and plug in the 4-pin adapter.
2. Connect your ARCTIC graphics card cooler's power plug to the preferred socket.
Please note: Make sure the connector is plugged into the corresponding socket (i.e. A 3-pin plug should be connected to a 3-pin socket and a 4-pin plug should be connected to a 4-pin socket). If the plug is connected to the wrong socket, the motor will burn immediately due to incorrect polarity.
3. Insert the graphics card with ARCTIC graphics card cooler into PC case.
4. Tie up the cables to avoid any interference with the fan set or other hardware.
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