MSI Claims 90% Better Cooling with SuperPipe Technology

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innervoid

I bought a Msi GTX 260 with this cooler for under 200 bucks. It has performed Wonderfully with A overclocked 260 655/1500/1050 never goes over 60c in a hot room. fan speed is 40% and quite as well. The 260 I have with the HSF Does not have the Superpipe tech and still is one of the coolest 260's ive seen in my professional experience. 5 heatpipes and 2 fans. more then enough. this superpipe is an exact copy on my HSf but with the 2 new superpipes

I am happy with this cooler it is as good as it says it is. I upgraded this from the duorb on a 8800gt , It used fatter copper heat pipes. I always perfer the open fan heat pipe design. No Hairdryer sounds coming from my machine. If you ask me STOCK is A flawed design . cheap simple and a waste of metal. Anyone knows you can't just keep your stock HSF below 60c on stock fan speeds like this /MSI

 

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Devo85x

That card looks badass!

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decapitor

i like msi.  they seem to always put good aftermarket coolers on their cards while keeping their prices towards the lower end of the spectrum.  that gets my money every time.

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Zoomer

Most will still buy the stock-brands, like EVGA or whatever. The average consumer just wants the standard....though it's questionable if an 'average consumer' would buy these cards altogether, you know what i mean. I'm fine with my stock 280s, and the 285s never had a heat issue to address in the first place.....

 

Anyway, at least MSI is doing SOMETHING to differentiate themselves from the competition. 

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dag1992

*Yawn*, another heatpipe design with high hopes, what's new?

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