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Inno3D launches iChiLL GeForce GTS 250 Twin Turbo Pro

by Parm Mann on 7 July 2009, 16:23

Tags: iChiLL GeForce GTS 250 Twin Turbo Pro, Inno3D

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We found NVIDIA's GeForce GTS 250 to be much ado about nothing when it arrived on the scene back in March.

Nonetheless, the card remains one of NVIDIA's main mid-range offerings, and Inno3D continues to do its best to make the card a little more attractive. Earlier this year, it announced a Freezer X edition, and it's today following up with a range-topping iChiLL derivative.

The card, dubbed - wait for it - the Inno3D iChiLL GeForce GTS 250 AC Twin Turbo Pro, features Arctic Cooling's four-heatpipe Accelero Twin Turbo Pro cooler and promises to run 23°C cooler than NVIDIA's reference design.

Despite the beefed-up cooling, Inno3D has opted not to pre-overclock the card. It'll ship with its GPU at 738MHz and 1GB of GDDR3 memory clocked at an effective 2,200MHz.

There's no mention of pricing just yet, but Inno3D tells us the card is ready to ship and will appear at retail stores in the very near future.



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The cooler looks like a scaled down Xtreme 280 from AC - if thats anything to go by then this will be a cracking card.
kyle2020
The cooler looks like a scaled down Xtreme 280 from AC - if thats anything to go by then this will be a cracking card.

Its just the Accelero Twin Turbo which was out way before the Xtreme GTX 280 was, the manufacturer has just done slightly different hole positions and done away with the GPU brace to allow the older fixings to work.
Yeah ive used one on a mates 8800GTS. They had smokey blades mind, white blades look much more striking.