Inno3D teasing Accelero Hybrid S, new cooler for iChill GTX 900 series

Published: Nov 11th 2014, 10:29 GMT


Inno3D is reportedly preparing new Inno3D iChill series with Accelero Hybrid S cooling system.

According to Inno3D’s Facebook post company is currently working on a new iChill series. GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 would soon be available with custom Hybrid S cooler designed in cooperation with Arctic (

Inno3D iChill Hybrid S graphics cards are expected to offer 200% cooling performance of reference models. The cooling capacity may be an overkill for a processor with such a low power requirements. It may be quieter, it may be more efficient, but you may not get any significant improvements over other fully custom cards like EVGA Classified, since it will still be affected by NVIDIA’s Greenlight program (there is a rumor Greenlight was created by Satan himself).

Inno3D team is not sharing any other details about their cards. We do know however, that Hybrid S cards will be available in December, so it’s about time you start writing your letter to Santa.

Here is GTX TITAN with Accelero Hybrid cooler, for those wondering how the whole system may look:

Inno3D GTX Titan Accelero Hybrid (3)

Source: Inno3D via WCCFtech

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