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Accelero Twin Turbo III

Graphics Cards Cooler for Enthusiasts

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: USD 69.99

Special Price: USD 49.99

Regular Price: USD 69.99

Special Price: USD 49.99

Unmatched Cooling Performance
The Accelero Twin Turbo III has 250 Watts of cooling capacity which is more than enough for mid to high-end graphics cards. ARCTIC´s patented backside cooler, the MX-4 thermal compound (pre-applied) and two 92mm PWM fans lower the GPU temperature significantly- ideal for overclocking.
Cooling Performance & Noise Level on NVIDIA GTX 770
Accelero
Twin Turbo III
(at 2,000 RPM)
56 °C
0.3 Sone
Stock Cooler
70°C
(at 4,000 PRM)
3.7 Sone
Better
Backside Cooler for Highest Efficiency
ARCTIC has developed and patented a back side cooler for unparalleled VRM and RAM cooling performance. It offers efficient cooling for RAM and voltage regulators and thus does not just allow higher clock rates but mainly increases the graphics card's service life.
Installation Without Thermal Glue
Up to now the meticulous work of attaching different heatsinks with thermal glue was necessary. Thanks to the innovative back side plate this is a thing of the past. Without any thermal glue the graphics card can be returned to its original condition any time without leaving marks or residues.
Virtually Silent
Its low noise impeller and patented fan holder ensures the fan is ultra quiet even under full load. Thanks to the PWM control, the fan speed adjusts according to the GPU temperature and thus the noise level remains at an absolute minimum.
Multi-Compatibility
The Accelero Twin Turbo III features a versatile, problem free mounting system that allows this cooler to be the most compatible yet.
New Fan Controller
An improved fan controller and the use of additional filters guarantee a smooth operation with both NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards. Through software, the temperature-fan speed curve can be adjusted. No matter whether you are a hardcore-gamer or a silent enthusiast, you get the temperature and noise level exactly where you want it to be.
Max. Cooling Capacity
250 Watts
Heatsink

Heatpipe: Ø 6 mm x 5

Aluminum Fins x 35, Thickness 0.4 mm
Fan

Diameter:
92 mm
Fan Speed:
900 - 2,000 RPM (Controlled by PWM) x 2 Fans
Noise Level:
0.3 Sone @ 2,000 RPM
Current / Voltage (per fan):
0.15A / +12V DC
Power Consumption:
2.88 Watts
Size & Weight
Compatibility
Nvidia GeForce:
GTX 980, 970, Titan*(Black*), 780(Ti*), 770, 760, 750(Ti), 680, 670, 660(Ti), 650 (Ti,Ti boost), 580, 570, 560 (Ti,SE) , 550 Ti, 480 ,470, 465, 460(SE) ,GTS 450 , 250, 240 (OEM), 150 (OEM), GT 640, 340, 330, 320, 130 (OEM)


AMD Radeon :
R9 270(X), R7 265, 260(X), 250(X), 240, HD 8870, 8760, 7870(XT ,GHz) ,7850 ,7790, 7770 (GHz) , 7750, 7730, 6970, 6950, 6870, 6850, 6790, 6770, 5870, 5850, 5830, 5770, 5750, 4890, 4870, 4850, 4830, 3870, 3850, 3690

*No over-clocking is recommended

Accelero Xtreme Twin Turbo III is compatible only with the graphics card using a standard size PCB with a width of 98mm. Graphics cards with different dimensions will not be compatible with this cooler. This includes:
-Low profile Graphics card
-Graphics cards with extended PCB (such as : ASUS DirectCU II R9 290, GTX780-DC2OC-3GD5)

The compatibility list is based on AMD Radeon and NVIDIA's reference board layout only. ARCTIC holds no responsibility for incompatibility on non reference boards. Please check the height restriction drawing before purchase.

Packaging & Box Content


Warranty
Shipping Information
Item Number:
DCACO-V820001-GBA01
UPC:
87276700693-5
Xtreme Hardware
"The price is excellent, as soon the good performance and low noise"
The ARCTIC Accelero Twin Turbo III has great, powerful and quiet fans and an excellent thermal management. There is no more thermal paste G1 then no residue and it is no longer necessary to apply the passive heatsinks, a procedure generally tedious.

The Accelero Twin Turbo III behaved well with our reference card. The graphic cards cooler remained silent as his older brother. As a result of our analysis, the Arctic Accelero Twin Turbo III Hardware wins our Gold... [more]
ReHWolution
The idea of being able to mount a heatsink at the rear also thoroughly enjoyed, so the temperatures drop a few degrees. With this simple idea, it is able to guarantee an optimal disposal, even on the back side of the video card, this si... [more]
The Overclock Hole

Our Technical Support is also available on mobile devices.

http://support.arctic.ac/tt3

FAQ

Compatibility with AMD R9-280(X), 7970 and 7950

The Accelero Twin Turbo III is compatible to the above mentioned boards if the GPU was manufactured after February 2013. Please put a ruler on top of the GPU and check whether there is a gap between the ruler and the GPU. If there is a gap, the GPU was manufactured before February 2013. In this case please use the Accelero Xtreme IV 280(X).

How to unplug the PCI-E power connector?

Pin assignments of ARCTIC VGA coolers

Main Cable Set
Pin No.
Color
Assignment
1
Black
Ground
2
Red
5-12V
3
Yellow
RPM Signal
4
Blue
PWM Signal

Sub-Cable Set
Pin No.
Color
Assignment
1
Red
5-12V
2
Black
Ground
3
Yellow
RPM Signal

Note: Please assure that the pin assignment is identical to the cooler on your graphics card. We have this far no knowledge of any graphics card manufacturer not following this standard. If it should still be the case, you can with help of a needle remove the pins from the plug and rearrange them.

How to use the 4-pin adapter?

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.

Steps

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.

How to Set the fan control curve by software?

Nvidia and AMD graphics cards come with a fan speed controller, which is not necessarily programmed according to your preference and focuses on holding the GPU temperature between 85 and 95°C.

Please download and install the fan controller software Precision X (www.arctic.ac/precisionx)

1) Please activate "Start Up" and click on the button "Fan Curve"

2) Create a fan control curve by putting control points.

Be aware that Nvidia's fan controller does no longer work with PWM values but fixed fan speeds. Thus 30%~1050 RPM, 40%~1400 RPM, 50%~1900 RPM, 60%~2400 RPM; no matter whether you use a 40mm fan which can do 10,000 RPM max or a 140mm fan which can go only up to 1400 RPM. In the later case the fan runs at the 40% setting already at full speed.

Our Recommendations:
AMD: 20%/50°C, 30%/55°C, 40%/60°C, 50%/62°C, 60%/64°C, 70%/68°C, 80%/70°C, 100%/75°C
Nvidia: 20%/2°C, 20%/50°C, 30%/60°C, 40%/65°C, 50%/70°C, 60%/75°C, 100%/85°C, 100%/90°C

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