Username:
Password:
Remember Me?
   Lost your password?
Search



VGA cooler review

Thermalright T-Rad² GPU cooler reviewed

With the T-Rad² the cooling specialists at Thermalright release a VGA cooler that isn't part of the High Riser series. We checked the newcomer against some old-established competitors.


Thermalright T-Rad²: Introduction
The Thermalright T-Rad² is, in contrast to the High Riser models, a flat and longish cooler. Our review reveals if the new design can compete against big names like Scythe Musashi or Accelero S1.

Thermalright T-Rad² (picture: PCGH)
 
Thermalright T-Rad² (picture: PCGH) [Source: view picture gallery]

Thermalright T-Rad² (picture: PCGH)
 
Thermalright T-Rad² (picture: PCGH) [Source: view picture gallery]
Thermalright T-Rad² (picture: PCGH)
 
Thermalright T-Rad² (picture: PCGH) [Source: view picture gallery]
Thermalright T-Rad²: Scope of delivery
The T-Rad² is delivered in a plain but solid cardboard box. It contains ten high and two low memory coolers, four coolers for the voltage regulators, Chillfactor thermal grease and the fittings for one 120 mm fan and two 92 mm fans. The fans themselves aren't included.

Thermalright T-Rad²: Compatibility
You can find a detailed list of compatible graphics cards at Thermalright's homepage - with current Nvidia cards like the Geforce GTX 280 or GTX 260 the T-Rad² is not compatible. The diagonal hole center distance is 75 millimeters.



--
Author: Marc Sauter (Oct 14, 2008)






Advertisement
Copyright © 2014 by Computec Media GmbH      About/Imprint  •  Terms/Conditions