Friday, March 3rd 2017

Inno3D Announces the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iChill Graphics Card

INNO3D, a leading manufacturer of high-end hardware components and computer utilities, introduces its new flagship INNO3D GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards. The new range will be available in Founder Edition and the premium iChiLL series. Designed on NVIDIA's Pascal architecture, INNO3D GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iChiLL X3 and X4 simply own the concept of performance tops the previous flagship by no less than 35%. This makes it even faster in games than the world-famous TITAN X also built on NVIDIA's architecture. The new hero GPU comes packed with extreme gaming horsepower, utilizing next-gen 11 Gbps GDDR5X memory, and a massive 11GB frame buffer.

The new GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iChiLL X3 and X4 GPUs also come equipped with INNO3D's unmatched iChiLL cooling solution -awarded for better performance at lower noise levels- improves the overall active temperature control. The Herculez Armor back-plate protects the cards from outer damages as well and puts it way at the top of Ultra High End graphics cards in the world.
"I believe gamers will love our new iChiLL gaming GPU." said Ken Wong, Product Manager at INNO3D. "The entire series of GeForce GTX 1080 Ti comes with extreme performance, and we have used the highest quality components worthy of such a product. The iChiLL cooling solution makes the INNO3D custom-built graphics card to be the perfect weapon for every gamer."
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14 Comments on Inno3D Announces the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti iChill Graphics Card

#1
RejZoR
The iChill X4 is quite highly regarded cooler design.
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#2
ShurikN
The term "fugly"just got a brand new meaning.
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#3
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
hmmm... With a little jet engine on the side...
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#4
Dj-ElectriC
I've been assembling some computers with iChill cards.

The little fan on the side is mostly an "oh sh!t" fan that goes on when VRMs go toasty.

Usually the iChill designs are nothing short of superb.
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#5
IceScreamer
Damn, that looks beefy, surely the "Air Boss" label on the side is justified.
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#6
Slizzo
P4-630 said:
hmmm... With a little jet engine on the side...
Looks like it's over the VRM/Power Phase area of the card? Maybe it helps with keeping temps down over there... But I can't imagine it is spinning all that fast, and probably can't move much air. Otherwise it will be loud as hell.
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#7
lZKoce
P4-630 said:
hmmm... With a little jet engine on the side...
Ohh...sarcasm...made me laugh so hard. :) On a side note Air Boss sure fits this one.
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P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
Slizzo said:
But I can't imagine it is spinning all that fast, Otherwise it will be loud as hell.
Well if it wouldn't spin at a reasonable speed it won't be able to cool anything and then why add it?:ohwell:
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Slizzo
P4-630 said:
Well if it wouldn't spin at a reasonable speed it won't be able to cool anything and then why add it?:ohwell:
That's exactly what I'm wondering. It'd have to spin fast being that small to be of any benefit, but small fast spinning fans are not quiet by any imagination.
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#10
efikkan
Coolers with three fans are stupid to begin with, the middle fan has nowhere to push the air. Two fans on these cards are already creating enough turbulence. But this one takes the stupidity to a new level, with a forth fan (VRM cooling) which actually partly blocks the exhaust from the right fan.

It's about time the vendors offer cards with perpendicular coolers, like sensible CPU air coolers work.
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#11
eidairaman1
those rails make me want to take them off
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#12
micropage7
they should use channelling the air than using more fans, triple fans is enough. then we will have front and back triple fans?
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#13
symmetrical
efikkan said:
Coolers with three fans are stupid to begin with, the middle fan has nowhere to push the air. Two fans on these cards are already creating enough turbulence. But this one takes the stupidity to a new level, with a forth fan (VRM cooling) which actually partly blocks the exhaust from the right fan.

It's about time the vendors offer cards with perpendicular coolers, like sensible CPU air coolers work.
Doesn't the air goes vertical along the fins? As in, it exits the sides of the card, not the front or the rear. That's how my EVGA GTX 1080 SC works at least.
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#14
cotes42
I'd like to see someone put a piece of tape over that tiny side fan and compare the temps. Is it just a gimmick or does it actually result in 5-10% lower temps. Anything less than %5 improvement is a gimmick.
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