Inno3D Intros GeForce GTX Titan with Hybrid iChill Cooling Solution

Published: 5th Mar 2013, 03:27 GMT

Inno3D GTX Titan iChill Hybrid (3)

It didn’t take long for first manufactures to come up with a custom cooler for the GTX Titan. Just to be clear, this is just a new cooler, the PCB is still unchanged.

Unlike GeForce GTX 690, the new single-GPU flagship from NVIDIA will arrive with a custom cooling solution. Inno3D was the first company at CeBIT to show a custom GeForce GTX Titan with a custom hybrid cooler. Artic did in fact confirm today, in a separate press release, that their Accelero Hybrid and other air-only coolers are compatible with the latest addition to the high-end graphics card. Inno3D added a 120mm fan to the radiator, few iChill stickers and quite possibly a higher price tag (which is not yet revealed). Computerbased didn’t ask the manufacture about more details, so the exact clock speeds are still unknown.

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