Inno3D GTX650Ti Boost iChill Review

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Inno3D GTX650Ti Boost iChill Review

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The iChill cooler fits well upon the small GTX650Ti Boost PCB and certainly looks different to a lot of the coolers we've seen. With the sturdy aluminium cover and the six big screw heads it's almost like a girder. Unlike the reference 650s the Inno3D offering requires two 6pin power inputs. We're not sure why as it's not a factory overclocked model.

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One thing we can't ignore though is how bent the cooler was upon arrival. It works perfectly well and if you couldn't see it you'd never guess. Nonetheless it's not something we like to see, and we can't imagine it was designed like this.

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There is a sturdy plate to help keep the GDDR5 and power phases of the card cool. Connectivity is the usual nVidia selection of HDMI, DisplayPort and a couple of DVIs. 

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20-05-2013, 04:54:20

tinytomlogan
All the fun of a GTX650Ti Boost, with a serious cooler, the Inno3D iChill gets the OC3D treatment.

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...132051425l.jpg


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20-05-2013, 09:33:08

F-alienware
Nice to sees something from Inno 3d

Cooler looks quite a bit like the KFA2 stuff too.

Didn't you have a Ti Boost SLI video waiting in the wings Tom?

Thanks for the review

20-05-2013, 09:39:13

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Nice to sees something from Inno 3d

Cooler looks quite a bit like the KFA2 stuff too.

Didn't you have a Ti Boost SLI video waiting in the wings Tom?

Thanks for the review

No video now mate no, way to busy with 'other' stuff.

20-05-2013, 09:53:29

F-alienware
Aww shame. Never mind though

20-05-2013, 17:30:45

murphy7801
Inno3d seem to being doing some good stuff of late its weird.
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