Gainward has released a video showing its new GTX 780 Phantom.
A video from the EU Gainward channel on YouTube shows that Gainward is working on a Phantom version of the GTX 780. The Phantom series of cards features a very interesting cooler design where rather than the fans pushing air through an aluminum fin stack, they pull the air through it. While because of this design some might mistake the card for being passively cooled, the cards are actually a lot easier to clean than other models.
The cooler itself will be made from a thick aluminum fin stack to which heat is channeled through five 'Grand-Prix' 8 mm heat pipes. The fans will be removable simply through the turning of a thumb screw and sliding them out.
The card will also have an impressive 8-phase VRM design that draws its power through two 8-pin PCIe connectors. The card also has solid chokes and driver-MOSFETs.
There was no word regarding when the card would be coming out or what its price would be.