Inno3D GTX 680 iChill Black Edition and GTX 660 Ti iChill Graphics Card Review

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Inno3D GTX 680 iChill Black Edition and GTX 660 Ti iChill Graphics Card Review

Inno3D GTX 660 Ti iChill and GTX 680 iChill Black (Liquid cooled)

When NVIDIA launched the GTX 660 Ti not so long ago there was a wide range of custom cooled models available on day 1. This was a complete contrast to the GTX 680 launch which saw reference cards in the hands of reviewers at launch with newer designs coming later. Since then we have seen a few very impressive versions of both cards but only a couple have tried to take things to the extreme levels that enthusiasts demand.

One company very much out to appeal to an enthusiast audience, whether they are on a mainstream or high end budget is Inno3D. With their iChill range of cards we get custom PCB’s and proper enthusiast cooling; 3 fans on a 660 Ti and factory installed liquid cooling on a GTX 680… sounds great to us. Today we take a look at both models in a selection of real world gaming tests including Battlefield 3, F1 2012 and Borderlands 2.

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