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Thursday, 27 December 2007 17:57

Inno3D iChill's 8800 GT

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Arctic Cooling's Accelero X1


Inno3D has added 8800 GT graphics cards to its iChiLL series and the card is cooled by Arctic Cooling Accelero X1 cooler. The card comes with an overclock from reference 600MHz to 700MHz and uses 512MB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 1,000MHz.

Inno3D has apparently put a lot of effort into this card, since it comes with three years' warranty, full game bundle, gold plated connectors, and high performance Accelero X1 cooler from Arctic Cooling. The 100MHz for both core and memory sounds great for factory overclock. According to Inno3D, this card should peak at 59 Degrees C, which is a great result for a factory overclocked 8800 GT.

The price and availability date are still unknown, but you will probably be able to find it for purchase sometime in January. The non-referenced cooled 8800 GT's aren't as rare as they used to be, which is a nice thing, since reference cooling can be a bit loud and dual-slot cooling solution is always better performing.

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