Monday, August 5th 2013

Inno3D Announces Two New Overclocked GTX 780 Graphics Cards

Inno3D expanded its GeForce GTX 780 lineup with two additions, taking the count to four; the iChill Black GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid, the iChill GTX 780 HerculeZ 3000 X3 Ultra, iChill GTX 780 HerculeZ 2000 OC, and GTX 780 NVIDIA-reference. The iChill Black GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid, is practically identical to the company's iChill Black GTX TITAN Accelero Hybrid, combining an NVIDIA-reference PCB with Arctic's Accelero Hybrid closed-loop liquid cooling solution. The cooler uses a liquid cooling block to cool the GPU, and a fan-heatsink to cool other components, like the memory and VRM. With lack of memory chips on the reverse side of the PCB, we imagine the card to lack a back-plate.

The iChill Black GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid ships with factory-overclocked speeds of 1020 MHz core, 1059 MHz GPU Boost, and 6280 MHz (GDDR5-effective) memory; compared to NVIDIA reference speeds of 863 MHz core, 900 MHz GPU Boost, and 6008 MHz memory. Inno3D claims this to be the fastest GTX 780 card out-of-the-box that money can buy. Moving on, the company also unveiled the air-cooled iChill GTX 780 HerculeZ 3000 X3 Ultra. Redundant-sounding naming aside, the card features the same beefy HerculeZ 3000 cooling solution featured on several others of the company's products. It ships with factory-overclocked speeds of 1006 MHz core, 1046 MHz GPU Boost, and 6200 MHz memory. Both these cards are claimed by the company to be as fast, or faster, than a GeForce GTX TITAN, out of the box. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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7 Comments on Inno3D Announces Two New Overclocked GTX 780 Graphics Cards

#1
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
Rebranded Arctic coolers on Inno3D cards? I dont have a problem with that, I do have a problem with the innevitable inflation of price these cards are going to have. It'd probably be cheaper for sure to do it yourself, but I guess some people would rather pay than take the risk.
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m1dg3t
Someones gotta pay for the font space on those boxes :laugh:
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#3
Animalpak
Pfff never seen them here! Shame ! Sell to switzerland please !!
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#4
trickeh2k
the 3000 model was relased mid june... i bought mine back then so i find this article a bit wierd.
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micropage7
triple fans longer card dual/triple slot. you need to put card support to prevent bending and stressing your slot
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: RCoon
Rebranded Arctic coolers on Inno3D cards? I dont have a problem with that, I do have a problem with the innevitable inflation of price these cards are going to have. It'd probably be cheaper for sure to do it yourself, but I guess some people would rather pay than take the risk.
There have been cards in the past with Arctic coolers that were cheaper than others. This will probably not be such a card, but it has happened. :)
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xBruce88x
by: micropage7
triple fans longer card dual/triple slot. you need to put card support to prevent bending and stressing your slot
heh... reminds me of the days working at the dealership. I'd crack open an old XPS (yes dell) with a celly 300 and see a retention bracket holding an ati rage gl (something like that) in place lol. yep... they were still using those back in 2008!

really wish companies would stop putting "i" in front of everything. (iHome, iGo, etc) just b/c apple did it doesn't mean everyone else should

wonder how well that older gpu cooler on the hybrid design will hold up with a 780. they should offer a 120x240mm version of the rad.
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