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[tcMag] Inno3D intros 3-fan-cooled GeForce 9800 GTX

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For the latest addition to its i-Chill product portfolio, Inno3D has chosen to do something with Nvidia's latest release, the GeForce 9800 GTX. The result has just been revealed as the i-Chill GeForce 9800 GTX Accelero Xtreme, a factory-overclocked card which is cooled by Arctic Cooling's Accelero Xtreme. Claiming to keep the GPU up to 20 degrees Celsius cooler than the reference 9800 GTX solution, the Accelero Xtreme pairs up a heatsink consisting of 107 aluminum fins and five heatpipes, and no less than three fans.

Since it felt very confident about the card's cooling solution Inno3D has went on and overclocked the GPU and 512MB of memory from 675 and 2200 MHz to 720 and 2300 MHz respectively. The new 9800 GTX also comes with pre-applied MX-2 thermal compound. No word on availability or price though.


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Wow that looks awesome. Lets just hope they weren't lying about the 20 degree improvement.
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Sir, do you just get up and do a ton of research or do you have an inside source. Lol, nice cooler on that though.
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I would believe 20 degrees lower. Looks nice might try and find some of the coolers on ebay from people that sell theirs and throw it on an evga or xfx.
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Sir, do you just get up and do a ton of research or do you have an inside source. Lol, nice cooler on that though.
No inside trading I just review it first and determine whether post it or not. Sometime, I try to get some news from different angles. Thanks for your supports.
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That's pretty sick, Inno has some great ideas for cooling. I can never find anywhere to buy Inno cards that ship to the US though.
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Looks like it should be able to do some decent cooling in SLI, too, being able to pull air from the side instead of the top.
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Eh, I'd rather have an Arctic Cooling S1. Looks pretty noisy to me.

EDIT: Wait a second. 80mm fans?! Maybe it would be pretty quiet.
 
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