Leadtek Reveal GTX 780 Hurricane III

/ 6 years ago


Taiwanese graphics card Veterans Leadtek have just unveiled their latest Nvidia based graphics card. The Leadtek GTX 780 Hurricane III is a reference Nvidia GTX 780 PCB design with Leadtek’s highly customised Hurricane III cooling solution. The Hurricane III uses a trio of frameless fans of which two are 74mm fans and the central fan is 85mm. Underneath that trio of fans is a very dense aluminium heatsink arrangement drawing heat from what appears to be four or more 6mm heat pipes.leadtek_hurricane_III_GTX_780_2

Leadtek have opted for modest factory overclocks of 876MHz core and 928MHz boost versus 863MHz core and 900MHz boost of the reference design. Leadtek has left the memory to operate at the stock 6GHz effective speed.  One six pin connector and one eight pin connector power this 3GB GDDR5 GK110 based graphics card.

Leadtek’s Hurricane III will start selling in two days on September 20th and will be priced at a similar level to reference GTX 780 competitors.

Images courtesy of Leadtek

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2 Responses to “Leadtek Reveal GTX 780 Hurricane III”
  1. Matthew Humpherson says:

    Those silver screws on the top really stick out and make the cooler look cheap in my opinion.

  2. Skidmarks says:

    I think they are matte black screws. It’s probably just the reflection from the flash making them look silver but you’re right, they could’ve used something nicer looking than Philip head screws.

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