Inno3D Announces the GTX 760 iChill HerculeZ 3000

Inno3D has announced yet another GTX 760 card, this one being the iChill HerculeZ 3000. The card itself is almost identical to the company's GTX 770 iChill HerculeZ 3000, as it features the same PCB and cooling equipment.

The card features a 7-phase VRM that is slapped into an 8-layer PCB. The GPU's base clock speed sits at 1060 MHz, while the card will Boost up to 1124 MHz. Memory runs at an effective speed of 6.2 GHz. The card features the standard 2 GB of GDDR5 memory that runs over a 256-bit wide memory bus.

The cooling is achieved by the monstrous iChill HerculeZ 3000 cooler that features three 80 mm fans which cool a traditional aluminum fin stack with heat pipes. Over the entire cooler, users will find a large die-cast metal shroud which is easily removable for cleaning purposes. The reverse side of the card has a backplate attached to it, even though there appears to be nothing to cool on this side.

Inno3D indicated that the card will cost about 1,799 RMB in China, which translates to roughly $295 USD.

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  • nitrium
    IMO 2GB VRAM is just a bit 2012 now. AMD has been doing 3GB on similar spec boards for over a year. 3 (or 4) GB should be stock by now if you want your card to last more than a year or two - especially with the next gen consoles having effectively up to 8GB of VRAM available to the GPU (not that they would use all of it course, but as a theoretical maximum).
  • 17seconds
    Inno3D has been coming on strong with their GTX 700 series cards. Very nice coolers on those cards and it looks like they are going for the custom PCBs as well.
  • Cons29
    i have their ichill 670, coolest (temp) card ive had. running on ultra BF3 multiplayer at 50-55c, most of the time at 50.
    and this has a better color, nice