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Thursday, 22 March 2007 20:59

Inno3D has new iChill PCI-e cards

Written by test1

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CEBIT 2007: With big passive Arctic Cooling heat sinks

 

In cooperation with Arctic Cooling inno3D has introduced five new graphical cards in the iChill line up. Based on Nvidia 7950GT, 7900GS, 7600GT, 7600GT and 7300GT cards, these cards will now have a massive and completely silent cooler, without any sacrifice in the performance department.   

Performance wise, the cards will have same clock speeds as the iChill cards with Zalman VF900Cu and VF700Al coolers. 7950GT and 7900GS will be available in two flavours - with 512 or 256MB DDR3 memory, while the 7600GST and 7300 GT will be available with 128 and 256MB.

 

On the picture below you can see the S2M cooler mounted on a 7300GT card. It is made of aluminum, and it uses two copper heat pipes for conducting heat from the base of the cooler to the fins. This cooler will also be used on the 7600GST and 7600GT cards.

 

The stronger cooler (not pictured), named S1M is bigger than S2M and sports four heat pipes with aluminum fins. This cooler will be used on 7900GS and 7950GT cards.

 

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