Inno3D GTX650Ti Boost iChill Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Inno3D GTX650Ti Boost iChill Review

Introduction

By now you're all familiar with the nVidia GTX650Ti Boost. A good performing card for the money.

Inno3D, a Hong Kong based company, have been around for 15 years and manufacturer the full range of nVidia cards. Their latest addition is the iChill cooler which combines two fans with long lasting HerculeZ bearings to a heatsink with a large surface area which should provide excellent cooling.

Without further ado, let's get on with the review and see how it performs.

Technical Specifications

With 2GB of GDDR5 backing up the 768 cores on the GTX650Ti Boost, the iChill is architecturally fairly standard stuff.

CUDA Cores768
Graphics Clock-Base Clock / Boost Clock (MHz)980 / 1033
Processor Clock (MHz)1960
Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec)62.7
Memory Clock (MHz)6Gbps
Standard Memory Config (MB)2048
Memory InterfaceGDDR5
Memory Interface Width192-bit
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)144
OpenGL4.2
Bus SupportPCI-E3.0 X16
Certified for Windows 7Yes
Supported Technologies (3D Vision, 3D Vision Surround, CUDA, DirectX 11, PhysX, SLI)Yes
SLI Options2-way
Multi Monitor3 active monitors in 3D mode + 1 monitor in 2D mode 
Maximum Digital Resolution (per output)2560x1600
Maximum VGA Resolution (per output)2048x1536
HDCPYes
HDMIYes
Standard Display ConnectorsHDMI, DP, Two Dual Link DVI
InternalAudio Input for HDMIInternal
HDMI Version1.4a
Standard Graphics Card Dimensions: 
Length202mm
Height111mm
WidthDual slot
Maximum GPU Temperature (in C with ambient temperature 55c) 97 C
Maximum Graphics Card Power (W)140W
Minimum System Power Requirement (W)500W
Supplementary Power ConnectorsOne 6-pin
Fan TypeAxial
Number of Fan2
Accessories: 
Driver CD Kit1
DVI Dongle 1
Mouse Pad0
6-pin PCI-E Power Cable1
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Most Recent Comments

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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