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Inno3D i-Chill 8800 GT with Accelero X1 cooling

Posted on Friday, December 28 2007 @ 21:42:12 CET by


Inno3D unveiled yet another GeForce 8800 GT graphics card, this one features Arctic Cooling's Accelero X1 cooler and 700/2000MHz frequencies.
Tuned at the extreme core speed of 700/2000MHz and offering all the great i-Chill features that include: 3 years warranty, top A1 components, and full game bundle, OS-con capacitors, gold plated TV out / DVI connector and much, much more. The i-Chill 8800GT Accelero X1 combines passive and active cooling which lowers temperatures immensely compared to the reference fan which allows smooth gameplay for all enthusiast gamers.


Inno3D claims this card runs at 47°C in idle - compared to 55°C with a card with a stock cooler. In load the difference is even bigger, the i-Chill runs at 59°C while a stock card reaches 84°C.

However, one of the disadvantages of this card is that it blows all the hot air on your motherboard, a cooling solution that blows the hot air out your case would be more preferable.


 



 

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