Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX Titan Pictured!

/ 4 years ago


Since we saw the images of Gigabyte’s custom-cooled GTX Titan Windforce 3X a few days ago, it is now becoming apparent that a lot more companies will be jumping on-board with custom cooled GTX Titan solutions and Inno3D is the latest company to do exactly that.

The Inno3D iChill GTX Titan features their triple fan HerculeZ 3000 cooling solution which is based off a triple 80mm PWM fan design. The shroud of the cooler is coloured orange and is most likely made from a hardened plastic. The internal heatsink uses five copper heatpipes, 6mm by the looks of things, and they make direct contact with the GPU core. The cooling design is not enclosed so air is exhausted mainly into the case not out the rear vents.

The rest of the graphics card uses a reference GTX Titan PCB but Inno3D have opted for a factory overclock of 927MHz, though the boost clock is still unknown. Memory is configured at the default 6008MHz.

The leaked image suggests that the NDA is lifted on May the 20th meaning this could be the golden date to watch out for when every Nvidia AIB partner releases their custom cooled GTX Titans.

What are your thoughts on the Inno3D version? Does the cooler look good? Or is the orange colour a bit brave?


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  • i dont care i want one and the color dosent bother me a bit good work keep it up

  • d6bmg

    I hate the design. It’s awful. #EpicFail (in designing)

  • xxxpappxxxhu

    Not made based on the bold colors.

  • looks good but a fail as far as cooling goes if the air leaks back into the case instead of be pushed out

    • Not really a fail. MSI’s Twin Frozr, ASUS’ Direct CU and Gigabyte’s Windforce all Exhaust (or leak as you call it) heat back into the case. Only blower style fans rear exhaust most of the heat (nvidia and AMD reference designs + EVGA designs).

  • Shane Edwards

    seems a little odd to cover the edge of each fan just to place a orange plate there for the looks.