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Inno3D iChill GTX 680 Ice Dragon Edition Pictured.
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Default Inno3D iChill GTX 680 Ice Dragon Edition Pictured. - 04-28-2012, 20:29 | posts: 5,079


This card is equipped with a massive triple-fan solution called HerculeZ 3000. Its 29cm long and can be detached for cleaning purpose. It may be available in different colors as previously announced GTX 680 TwinFan card. It features three fans, while a middle one is sized at 9cm and the others 8cm. Most interesting part is the fact that those fans can be easily removed for passive cooling only. You can also install more powerful fans (up to 12cm) for even more efficient cooling. Whole heatsink is made of Aluminum. Card requires two slots on motherboard.

Inno3D iChill GTX 680 Ice Dragon is a factory-overclocked card, which is powered by additional phases on PWM. So this card requires dual-8pin power connector to convert lots of power into framerates.

No words on detailed clocks speeds and release date was given.
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