Inno3D Rolls Out Two Overclocked GeForce GTX 780's

With various manufacturers releasing a number of different GTX 780 graphics cards, it's not surprising that Inno3D would do the same. While that might leave you less excited to read the following, take note that there is actually something noticeably different about the two new overclocked GTX 780 cards that Inno3D has announced. One is water-cooled; another has an over-the-top air cooler on it.

The first card is the iChill Black GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid. As the name indicates, it features an Arctic Accelero Hybrid cooler. The clock speeds sit at an impressive 1020 MHz base GPU, 1059 MHz GPU Boost, and an effective memory speed of 6280 MHz. The Accelero Hybrid cooler is a cooler that features both air cooling on the PCB itself, as well as a separate loop for liquid cooling.

The second card is the iChill GTX 780 HerculeZ 3000 X3 Ultra. The cooler itself has been seen before on competitors' products. The card features clock speeds close to that of the previous card, sitting at 1006 MHz base, 1046 MHz Boost, and 6200 MHz memory. The cooler features three fans, a large aluminum fin stack, and an easily removable, industrial looking shroud.

Sadly, Inno3D did not release any pricing information, nor was there any word on availability or a release date.

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  • expl0itfinder
    I wonder what the noise levels are like on the air cooler.
  • muzzpro
    is it just me or inno3d is catching up with msi and evga
    there previous air cooler for the gtx660 was also the top of the line
  • Giovanni-L
    I used to own an Inno3D FX5500 AGP 512DDR2 back in the day. It was paired with a pretty meagre Sempron 1.8Ghz single core, 2x256mb DDR 333, a ghetto PSU, no additional cooler, a ghetto mice and keyboard and a ghetto 14 inch CRT. I used to play Sim City 3000 and RollerCoaster Tycoon 1 on it. SC3K with lag, mind you!

    So cool those days...