Friday, September 3rd 2021

Inno3D Announces iChill GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Black and RTX 3080 Black Graphics Cards

INNO3D, a leading manufacturer of pioneering high-end multimedia components and innovations brings you the new INNO3D GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3080 iCHILL BLACK with Hybrid cooling solution that combines super-silent air-flow with ultimate water-cooling. The latest GPUs to receive the iCHILL BLACK treatment comes with 12 GB GDDR6X at a bit-rate of 384bit and a boost clock rate at 1710 MHz for the RTX 3080 Ti. The RTX 3080 comes with 10 GB GDDR6X with 320bit and a boost clock rate at 1770 MHz.

Founded in 1998 with the vision of developing pioneering computer hardware products on a global scale. Fast forward to the present day, INNO3D is now well-established in the gaming community known for our innovative and daring approach to design and technology. We are Brutal by Nature in everything we do and are 201% committed to you for the best gaming experience in the world.
Powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti delivers an incredible leap in performance and fidelity with acclaimed features such as raytracing, NVIDIA DLSS performance-boosting AI, NVIDIA Reflex latency-reduction, NVIDIA Broadcast streaming features and additional memory that allows it to speed through the most popular creator applications as well. The GeForce RTX 3080 represents the greatest GPU generational leap in the history of NVIDIA which delivers increases of up to 1.9X performance-per-watt over the previous generation, the RTX 30 Series effortlessly powers graphics experiences at all resolutions.

The iCHILL BLACK is designed with a metal case with a 9 cm and a 12 cm radiator fan with an entirely new architecture enhancing the way the card is cooled. The embedded heatpipes absorbs the heat from the memory effectively as the 2 heatpipes transfer heat from memory to the heat spreader while the active fan for the memory heatsink also keeps the card super cool.

The iCHILL BLACK's durable tubes maintain elasticity whilst under extreme temperatures with high resistance to corrosion and permeation. The Hybrid cooling solution makes it possible to squeeze every single drop of performance out of the highest performing components. It not only results in an awesome performing product, it also runs at extremely low noise levels.

Years of R&D has allowed INNO3D to make technological advancements, continuously pushing the boundaries and bolster their expertise in the GPU industry. It has elevated INNO3D to a point that makes a difference for high-end gamers and design creation professionals achieving high performance with outstanding temperature control and at super quiet noise levels.

INNO3D is now working hard to make the new INNO3D GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3080 iCHILL BLACK GPUs available at all premium resellers across the region.

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16 Comments on Inno3D Announces iChill GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Black and RTX 3080 Black Graphics Cards

#1
lZKoce
Helloy smexy, but without that snowflake art on the fan. I have some doubts with that 120mm radiator, even push-pull can't save it. Min. must 240 mil. for any GPU, apart from GT1030 and the likes. With those you may get away with a hundred-and-twelve mil. ;)
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#2
Dammeron
Kinda tired of all the news about cards I won't see in the next 1-2 years...
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#3
Blaylock
I love how the graphics art department just fused the water tubes through the box so that it looks like a normal GPU.
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#4
jesdals
120mm AIO for a 3800Ti seems a bit optimistic - but perhaps theres a small form factor segment for this. But would it not make more sense haveing the tubes run trough the back of the card - considering most users will place the radiator above the card?
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#5
Blaylock
jesdals...would it not make more sense haveing the tubes run trough the back of the card - considering most users will place the radiator above the card?
The water block needs to sit under the PCB. I'm not sure how running the tubes through the back of the card would be physically possible.
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#6
jesdals
BlaylockThe water block needs to sit under the PCB. I'm not sure how running the tubes through the back of the card would be physically possible.
I am with you on the placement of the waterblock, but its a shame that no one has made a solution for the typical placement of the radiator on these cards - perhaps a pass trough at end of the card?
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#7
Vya Domus
A bit awkward to put one of these in a mining rig but I am sure it's not gonna be a problem.
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#8
lZKoce
jesdalsI am with you on the placement of the waterblock, but its a shame that no one has made a solution for the typical placement of the radiator on these cards - perhaps a pass trough at end of the card?
There is, it just costs money. If you look at NZXT kraken the AIO has rotatable fittings and when you mount them at 90 degrees, the tubes go straight behind the card. I am pretty sure if we remove the shroud on this one, the tubes will be shoved directly to block with no rotation. It makes sense they stick at sides. At least it looks this way to me.
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#9
Broken Processor
BlaylockThe water block needs to sit under the PCB. I'm not sure how running the tubes through the back of the card would be physically possible.
Tubes and power connector's at the front has been a bugbear of mine for years. At least evga made the power adapter to put them round the side don't know if they did it for 30 series cards or if current ones fit.
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#10
Chrispy_
The direction of the fins on the hybrid heatsink is wrong for the fan and the shroud.

Given that the shroud meets the fins top and bottom that's worst-case scenario - maximum ineffectiveness for that hybrid cooler, might as well just not bother!
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#11
Seyumi
This is a bit of a unique product because it's the ONLY RTX 3000 series card that has a 120mm AIO, all the other ones are 240mm 360mm if I'm not mistaken. May be good for some of those smaller ITX cases.

Does Inno3D even sell in the USA? Per their website the only sell through Newegg, but there's only around a dozen cheap items on there such as adapters or whatnot and nothing substantial.
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#12
DeathtoGnomes
available at all premium resellers across the region
so, if you arent from their region there wont be any for sale!
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#13
Selaya
SeyumiThis is a bit of a unique product because it's the ONLY RTX 3000 series card that has a 120mm AIO, all the other ones are 240mm 360mm if I'm not mistaken. May be good for some of those smaller ITX cases.

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There's a reason no1 else had been insane enough to do a 120mm version.
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#14
CyberCT
Finally!!! A 120mm version. This would fit perfectly in my case as a replacement to my EVGA AIO 2080ti. Push pull shaves another 4 - 5 degrees off my card too. For the 3080ti I'd swap the fan with the Phanteks T30 though. If the temps are high, a little undervolting will do the trick.

** I'll never lay hands on this card in this GPU matrix we're living in. OK time to splash cold water on my face and wake up.
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#15
lynx29
I thought the 3080 boosted to around 2000 even for a founders edition / mild OC on it? 1700 boost on this seems quite low to me...

point is moot, since rtx 4080 will be here before anyone had a chance to buy these anyway, but eh.
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#16
bogami
very large strained beds, the value of this product, which was invested only in the greater profit and not in the Cooleng GPU and preformens, is a hit! Thus, it is admissible that the pipes under the external aluminum cooler part is 5$ . It could continued , and that it will not be sold after the MSR price for fat profits after saving on the cheapest parts ! 35 $ parts for cooling maybe less , for all parts !
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