Inno3D has been around for many years and has been a close review partner for Guru3D.com, they always have their reference based products, then products with a little extra to be found in slightly overclocked version and then there is their iChill series. iChill always tickles the more enthusiast users, typically found in extraordinary cooling for their graphics cards. I think it was last year that they opened up a new market though, addressing the really enthusiast crowd, with a water-cooled graphics card labeled under the iChill Black Series.
Recently there have been more announcements from Inno3D regarding their iChill products, the new Fermi based enthusiast range of graphics cards get hot, really hot. And since the very beginning we already have been saying this, GeForce GTX 470 and 480 products would work really well on liquid cooling. A recent review on the GeForce GTX 480 with a Danger Den Cooling block (water-cooled) has shown that the performance is tremendous really. With a liquid cooled loop you can bring down temperatures towards roughly 50 Degrees (under full load), that's roughly 40 degrees less than the reference cooler offers. Obviously you'll need a proper water-cooling setup to add this card to but yeah, today we'll review the i-ChiLL GeForce GTX 480 Black Series equipped with a liquid cooling block.
In the package we'll spot a "full cover" water-block that is responsible for cooling down the GPU, Voltage Regulators, I/O chip, memory modules, and other critical components.
Have a peek on what we are about to review, and then head on over to the next page.
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