Inno3D expanded its GeForce GTX 780 lineup with two additions, taking the count to four; the iChill Black GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid, the iChill GTX 780 HerculeZ 3000 X3 Ultra, iChill GTX 780 HerculeZ 2000 OC, and GTX 780 NVIDIA-reference.
The iChill Black GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid, is practically identical to the company’s iChill Black GTX TITAN Accelero Hybrid, combining an NVIDIA-reference PCB with Arctic’s Accelero Hybrid closed-loop liquid cooling solution.
The cooler uses a liquid cooling block to cool the GPU, and a fan-heatsink to cool other components, like the memory and VRM.
With lack of memory chips on the reverse side of the PCB, we imagine the card to lack a back-plate.
The iChill Black GTX 780 Accelero Hybrid ships with factory-overclocked speeds of 1020 MHz core, 1059 MHz GPU Boost, and 6280 MHz (GDDR5-effective) memory; compared to NVIDIA reference speeds of 863 MHz core, 900 MHz GPU Boost, and 6008 MHz memory.
Inno3D claims this to be the fastest GTX 780 card out-of-the-box that money can buy.
Moving on, the company also unveiled the air-cooled iChill GTX 780 HerculeZ 3000 X3 Ultra.
Redundant-sounding naming aside, the card features the same beefy HerculeZ 3000 cooling solution featured on several others of the company’s products.
It ships with factory-overclocked speeds of 1006 MHz core, 1046 MHz GPU Boost, and 6200 MHz memory.
Both these cards are claimed by the company to be as fast, or faster, than a GeForce GTX TITAN, out of the box.
Inno3D GTX 780 Price & Availability
Unfortunately, Inno3D did not reveal any details regarding the actual price or the availability details.