Inno3D Reveal A Pair Of Overclocked GTX 780s

/ 5 years ago


Inno3D has expanded its GTX 780 line up with a pair of custom-cooled GTX 780s. The first of these is the iChill Black GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid which essentially combines Nvidia’s reference GTX 780 PCB with Arctic’s Accelero Hybrid VGA cooler. This allows the card to essentially use AIO liquid cooling to cool the GPU while the smaller fan on the cards outer shroud cools VRM and VRAM. The card features no backplate on the rear side as the rear side lacks additional components. The card uses a dual slot design and features out of the box overclocks to 1020MHz core, 1059MHz Boost and 6280MHz memory up from reference speeds of 868/900/6008MHz. inno3d_ichill_GTX780_2

The second card is the iChill GTX 780 HerculeZ 3000 X3 Ultra which features Inno3D’s rather large HerculeZ 3000 VGA cooling solution which uses a trio of 90mm fans and a huge heatsink that overhangs the GTX 780 PCB. This ships with overclocked speeds of 1006MHz core, 1046MHz boost and 6200MHz memory up from Nvidia reference speeds. Neither cards have pricing or availability details revealed but think GTX 780 prices and then add about 20 to 25%. Inno3D is claiming that both these cards are faster than a GTX Titan

Images courtesy of Inno3D

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2 Responses to “Inno3D Reveal A Pair Of Overclocked GTX 780s”
  1. d6bmg says:

    awesome stuff!!

  2. d6bmg says:

    And yes, it looks like arctic cooler to me.

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