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Inno3D debuts iChil HerculeZ 3000 GTX 680

Posted on Wednesday, May 02 2012 @ 20:51:10 CEST by


Inno3D introduces the iChill HerculeZ 3000 GTX 680, a mouthful for a new GeForce GTX 680 with a custom cooling solution. The card features five heatpipes, over 100 aluminium fins, three detachable fans (for easy cleaning), and a detachable cover.
Inno3D now brings you the iChill HerculeZ 3000 GTX 680! The daisy chain architecture of the cooler design allows for multiple customizable configuration to suit your style. The latest HerculeZ models has 9 scythe blades on each of its fans that work actively with the Herculez Ball Bearing to keep the temperature cool under the hood at all times.

The HerculeZ is made up of a large heatsink with several large heatpipes protruding from the side. The reflective cores indicate a well lapped heatsink as the flat and smooth surface provides better surface area for heat dissipation. Looking at the underside you get a good look at the large heatsink fins which are quite dense and have been designed around the shroud as they fit it very nicely.

Heatpipes are an efficient way of moving heat from one area to another and are usually used to connect the high density block of the cooler with the large surface area fins.

Customize your style; customize your performance!


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