Jetart JACSH1 Graphics Card Cooler
Jetart did a good job designing this cooler - it not only manages to keep up with Zalman VF700Cu, it actually beats the Zalman VF700AlCu. So, it's no slouch performance-wise.
It is also a good-looking cooler. In my opinion, the JACSH1 looks cooler (pun intended!) than the Zalman VF700 coolers. Not to mention, this cooler is a hundred times easier to install than the Zalman heatpipe coolers.
However, its fan is louder than the fan used in the Zalman VF700 coolers. So, this cooler won't be a great choice for those who demand silent cooling. If silence is what you are looking for, the Zalman VF700Cu would still be a better choice. And if you want passive cooling, you should definitely go for the Zalman ZM80C-HP or ZM80D-HP. Of course, those coolers won't be as easy to install as the Jetart JACSH1!
The higher noise level won't be a concern if you are actually running more than two 80mm case fans. It is nothing when you have a crazy Vantec Tornado running in your system. Therefore, for those who want ease of installation and don't mind the higher noise level, this cooler would be a good choice for them.
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|Lowest PriceGrabber Price|| None|
|Review|| Comprehensive Review|
|GPU Heatsink Dimensions|| 110 mm x 88.7 mm x 31.6 mm|
|RAM Heatsink Dimensions|| 20 mm x 20 mm x 6 mm|
|Heatsink Material|| C1100 (Copper)|
|Fan Dimensions|| 60 mm x 60 mm x 12 mm|
|Rated Voltage|| DC 12V|
|Rated Current|| 0.2 Amp|
|Power Consumption|| 2.4 W|
|Fan Speed|| 3400 R.P.M.|
|Fan Bearing|| Ball Bearing|
|Fan LED|| Blue|
|Weight|| 320 g|
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