Wednesday, March 11th 2015

Inno3D Announces iChill GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970

Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 Black Series Accelero Hybrid S is an integrated air and liquid solution in the after-market. It offers an all-in-one solution with 200% cooling performance and 9 times quieter than the stock cooler. It is also the first LCS to have an integrated active fan specifically designed to cool RAM and VR. Furthermore, it is simple to use, maintenance-free and excellent value for money.

Traditionally GPU liquid cooling is expensive and complicated and adopted by only the most technical audience, the GPU however is now one of the most power hungry and hottest components you'll find in a high-end PC and will benefit from the iChill liquid cooling system even more than CPUs.
iChill Black GeForce GTX 980 Specs:
  • CUDA cores: 2048
  • Base Clock (MHz): 1304
  • Boost Clock (MHz): 1418
  • Memory Clock (MHz): 7280
  • Memory Size (MB): 4096
  • Memory Type: GDDR5
  • Memory Interface Width: 256-bit
iChill Black GeForce GTX 970 Specs:
  • CUDA cores: 1664
  • Base Clock (MHz): 1228
  • Boost Clock (MHz): 1329
  • Memory Clock (MHz): 7280
  • Memory Size (MB): 4096
  • Memory Type: GDDR5
  • Memory Interface Width: 256-bit
For more information, visit the product pages of iChill GTX 980 and iChill GTX 970.
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13 Comments on Inno3D Announces iChill GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970

#2
silapakorn
I like how they changed only the letters to show the difference between 970 and 980 models.
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Animalpak
I like the design they do a great job refining the entire GPU and there is a backplate too.
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#5
GhostRyder
Now that is a sick looking AIO design!!! It has the looks and its got some nice starting clocks so it looks like a great designed system!
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#6
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
something interesting over here...
A cooler card than other previous series, that features a back plate on almost every model , come on! 700 series really needed that backplate for real ...
also those excellent coolers from many brands like gigabyte G1 gaming cards new fans and back plate, those are needed features on 700, 600 y 500 series.. not now
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ZoneDymo
silapakorn
I like how they changed only the letters to show the difference between 970 and 980 models.
you mean numbers
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#8
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
silapakorn said: [URL='http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/goto/post?id=3252212#post-3252212']↑[/URL] I like how they changed only the letters to show the difference between 970 and 980 models. ZoneDymo
you mean numbers
you mean replaced one 8 with a 7 ? or 7 repplaced by an 8?
:laugh:
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EpicShweetness
btarunr
iChill Black GeForce GTX 970 Specs:
  • CUDA cores: 1664
  • Base Clock (MHz): 1228
  • Boost Clock (MHz): 1329
  • Memory Clock (MHz): 7280
  • Memory Size (GB): 3.5
  • Memory Type: GDDR5
  • Memory Interface Width: 256-bit

Fixed :roll:
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#10
dj-electric
Cards like these are pretty pointless when other air coolers handle the core with minimal noise
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#11
HumanSmoke
Dj-ElectriC
Cards like these are pretty pointless when other air coolers handle the core with minimal noise
Those other coolers might not belong to PC Partner.
As for Inno3D's choice, the lower clocked Herculez X4, might be a little 'busy' for a lot of peoples tastes -mine included. Not a big fan of hybrid coolers , but it at least adds a chunky heatsink for the VRM, and more choice for the consumer can't be a bad thing can it?
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#12
BiggieShady
Dj-ElectriC
Cards like these are pretty pointless when other air coolers handle the core with minimal noise
Exactly. When I saw water cooling, I expected it to boost over 1.4 GHz.
EpicShweetness
Fixed :roll:
OMG fixed yet you provided a wrong spec for the memory bandwidth, did you also have an miscommunication in your corporation :D
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64K
EpicShweetness
Fixed :roll:
It has 4 GB VRAM. It's just that .5 GBs of it limps along at a much slower speed. It's still faster than shifting some of the load to system RAM though I think.


Will they never let me live this down?
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