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  • GPU-X Multi-Links

    Quick and easy connection of several graphics cards. De-mountable cover bridges allow for diverse slot combinations. Optionally available serial locks enable serial flow through the graphic card coolers.
  • HTSF2 series

    High-quality and robust 120 mm heat exchanger series – now further optimised regarding cooling performance. Observe its full potential unfold with slowly rotating fans. Deliberately constructed without flat tubing, which would narrow cross-sections, operation pressures of up to 20 bars become possible.
  • HEATKILLER® GPU-X³ Core

    The HEATKILLER® GPU-X³ Core is a GPU-only cooler with features usually only known from full cover coolers. E.g., this series is fully compatible with our GPU-X Multi-Links. The LT version even offers the possibility to integrate the VRMs into the cooling loop.
  • GPU backplates

    The HEATKILLER® GPU Backplates improve both the looks and the mechanical rigidity of the graphic card. Being made from polished stainless steel, the backplates are true eye catchers as well.

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It's January, and world's largest Consumer Electronics Show, the CES in Las Vegas, is right before us. Each year, the wellknown hardware manufacturer ASUS chooses a especially skilled modder to create a build for them to perfectly present their newest hardware.

For quite some time, we were silent regarding modern mainboard VRM (Voltage Regulation Module) cooling.

We are seeing a lot of TeamHeatkiller builds coming from Canada, recently. The newest entry is canadian, too: Octarine, built by Frederic (WorldofFred).

Our friends from Hitzestau.com released not only a build log in our own Forum recently.

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