Low Noise Levels.
PWM/Manual Fan Speed Control.
6 Years Warranty.
Universal mounting for multiple platforms.
Super quiet fans move a lot of air.
Pre-applied high-end thermal compound.
Works with existing power socket on video card - no need for a converter.
Price (For Some).
Requires Extra Heatsink Kit.
Size won't fit every case.
By Real World Labs on May 15, 2011
Having tested every Accelero cooler up until today right from the start we had no doubt that the Accelero XTREME Plus is a very efficient GPU cooler that will keep your GPU cool even under heavy load. Come to think of it learning that Galaxy...-
By Hardware Secrets on March 25, 2011
The Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME Plus is the bigger brother of the Accelero Twin Turbo Pro, which we've already reviewed. It has the same problem found on that cooler, the lack of a backplate to make the installation more reliable, even more...-
By Overclocker Cafe on January 23, 2011
Arctic Cooling has a lot to be proud of with the Accelero Xtreme Plus GPU Cooler. First we have a performance oriented unit that is applicable to most all modern NVidia and ATI video cards. It's retail price point is tolerable at $50. (To be...-
By Overclockers Club on December 09, 2010
With today's high speed graphics cards, stock coolers ensure the bare minimum temperature thresholds are met but do nothing when trying to squeeze every bit of performance out of the cards. To accomplish this task (just as with a CPU), you need a...-
By Bigbruin on November 24, 2010
The GTX465 may run cooler than other Fermi-based graphics cards, but that doesn't mean you might not want to think about adding an aftermarket solution to protect your investment and cool things off even more. The Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME Plus...-
By Overclockers Online on November 15, 2010
Today’s video cards can run extremely hot and Arctic Cooling has shown once again its Accelerro line of coolers is up to the task. The XTREME Plus not only cools extremely well but unlike Accelerro’s of the past offers a cross GPU...-
By BeHardware on November 15, 2010
The Accelero XTREME Plus has a very large dissipator linked to a copper base via 5 heatpipes and cooled by three 92 mm fans...-
By SilentPC Review on November 04, 2010
The factory-overclocked HIS Radeon HD 5870 iCooler V Turbo is a most power hungry single-GPU card, and the Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme Plus cooled it almost casually, delivering comfortable temperatures in our hot, low airflow VGA test system with...-
By XSReviews on October 14, 2010
While it might not be the cheapest chiller in the world, it's far less expensive than some rediculous CPU setups out there and is certainly cheaper than installing a full WC loop which wouldn't deliver much better temperatures than this. The...100
By Neoseeker on October 12, 2010
From the start of this review I was familiar with the original Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME, so I knew the performance of this cooler was going to be good. However, after using the product I was still taken by surprise at just how well it performed...-