Our first information indicates that the cooler will be very much like the Arctic cooling you can find on HIS Radeon X1900 cards.
This one is already more efficient than the current ATI one and we wrote about it back at Cebit. You can read that here. As a prototype, it cooled the chip to nine degrees Celsius below its rival.
Just to confirm, it is still a dual-slot cooler and the cards are expected in middle of next month, with GDDR 4 on board, of course. µ
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