Thursday, June 16th 2011

Inno3D Announces iChill CPU Cooler Series

iChill CPU Coolers are the ultimate thermal solution for the heat, especially in summer, that can damage your PC's CPU (main brain). A CPU that constantly runs too hot will have a shorter life than one that runs cooler, and could also cause problems like random shutdowns and the loss of important data. iChill brings you the X5, XXX and Storm CPU thermal solution!

When looking for ways to cool a PC's CPU, the first thing to do is reduce the overall temperature inside the PC's case, because that's where the CPU "lives." The best way to do that is to create an airflow that brings in cool air from the lower front of the case and exhausts hot air out the back of the case. After all, the fan that cools your PC's CPU can't work very well if it's blowing hot air onto your CPU. Don't make the mistake of thinking that your power supply's fan will cool your entire PC, like it did in older PCs.

A power supply fan is designed to keep the power supply cool, not circulate fresh air throughout an entire PC. Add to that the fact that modern high-speed CPUs, hard drives, graphics cards, sound cards, and other components generate much more heat than slower, older components. The result is that modern PCs often need 2 or more fans in addition to their power supply fan, to draw cool, fresh room air into the PC and to exhaust hot air out of it.

Once you have established a system for good airflow through the PC's case, it's time to maximize the cooling of your CPU, and this is where the iChill CPU thermal solution comes into the equation. iChill CPU Coolers specifications ranges from ultra fast heat transfer with V-Shape heatpipe spreading to superB cooling, sporting 5 heatpipes and 55 fins. With over 40,00 hours of life with F.D.B bearing type, PWM supported and a 6 year warranty it will surely keep your PC iChill cool for the summer, and many summers after that.

iChill X5
Specifications:
  • Cooler Dimensions: 158 x 124 x 82mm
  • Fan Size: 120 mm
  • Weight: 804g
  • Fan Speed: 800-1500RPM
  • Max. Air Flow: 38CFM
  • Noise: 15-29dBA
  • Fluid Dynamic Bearing
  • Life Time: 40000Hrs
Applications:
  • Intel: Core i7 / Core i5 / Socket 775 up to 200W
  • AMD: Socket AM3 / AM2+ / 939 up to 200W
iChill XXX
Specifications:
  • Cooler Dimensions: 127 x 110 x 87mm
  • Fan Size: 90 mm
  • Weight: 556g
  • Fan Speed: 900-2000RPM
  • Max. Air Flow: 35CFM
  • Noise: 15-29dBA
  • Fluid Dynamic Bearing Life Time: 40000Hrs
Applications
  • Intel: Core i7 / Core i5 / Socket 775 up to 120W
  • AMD: Socket AM3 / AM2+ / 939 up to 120W
iChill Storm
Specifications:
  • Cooler Dimensions: 120 x 94 x 58mm
  • Fan Size: 90 mm
  • Weight: 410g
  • Fan Speed: 2500RPM
  • Max. Air Flow: 40CFM
  • Noise: 19dBA
  • Fluid Dynamic Bearing Life Time: 40000Hrs
Applications
  • Intel: Core i7 / Core i5 / Socket 775 up to 90W
  • AMD: Socket AM3 / AM2+ / 939 up to 90W
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16 Comments on Inno3D Announces iChill CPU Cooler Series

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
One of the worst marketing pitches i have ever heard, sounded more like a class in 'Pc cooling 101' then trying to market/sell a product.

the main cooler itself....same design has been used for years, its nothing new. it has 5 heatpipes just like the Thermaltake Frio. Will it cool better then the Frio? definitely not. as Frio has the ability to attach 2 fans on and not just one.

this will only sell if its cheaper then the frio. and everyone knows the Frio has long since established itself as one of the kings of air cooling.
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#2
Funtoss
lol at least its better than the intel cooler, but still better coolers out there :P
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#3
arterius2
is it me or did iChill copied their logo from Silverstone?

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#4
arterius2
really? the "ultimate" solution???? far from it, more like a poorman's solution.
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#6
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: arterius2
really? the "ultimate" solution???? far from it, more like a poorman's solution.
the 'ultimate solution' would be water, phase change or LN2 cooling. are you calling those who do not use either to cool their CPUs poor???
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#7
Flanker
is cpu coolers the new bandwagon after psu's? :rolleyes:
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#8
arterius2
by: FreedomEclipse
the 'ultimate solution' would be water, phase change or LN2 cooling. are you calling those who do not use either to cool their CPUs poor???
woah, someone took the offensive pill today, sure, I think a lot of people are poor compared to me, in fact, most people in this world are considered poor, wooptyfreakingdoo, deal with it, just expressing my opinion. and you did misinterpret me anyways, I was talking about air coolers.
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#10
arterius2
by: entropy13
That already constitutes "copying" to you? :laugh:
Of course; without the name 'iChill' (something I wouldn't buy) below the logo, I could of easily mistaken it with a Silverstone product (something i would buy).
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#11
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: arterius2
I was talking about air coolers.
Go back and re-read my post. then re-read yours... you were clearly stating or at least inciting that aircooling is a 'poor mans cooling' which is somewhat true as aircoolers are cheaper then watercooling or LN2.

but that doesnt help the fact that you were inciting that everyone who used air cooling is poor
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#12
Static~Charge
Cue Apple's lawsuit for naming the product line "iChill" in three, two, one.... :p
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#13
cheesy999
these have been out for over a month on ebuyer...
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#14
arterius2
by: FreedomEclipse
Go back and re-read my post. then re-read yours... you were clearly stating or at least inciting that aircooling is a 'poor mans cooling' which is somewhat true as aircoolers are cheaper then watercooling or LN2.

but that doesnt help the fact that you were inciting that everyone who used air cooling is poor
no, i was inciting that iChill is poorman's cooling. i was simply counteracting iChill's claim that their cooler is the 'ultimate solution.'
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#15
entropy13
by: arterius2
Of course; without the name 'iChill' (something I wouldn't buy) below the logo, I could of easily mistaken it with a Silverstone product (something i would buy).
I won't easily mistaken it with a Silverstone product, so it's just you.
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#16
arterius2
by: entropy13
I won't easily mistaken it with a Silverstone product, so it's just you.
lmao, take stick out of ass please.
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