Inno3D introduces two GeForce RTX graphics cards

Base on new iChill cooler

With the RTX 2080 8GB iChill X3 Jekyll and RTX 2080 8GB iChill X2 Jekyll, the company adds two high-end graphics cards to their brand new iChill line. Both cards are supposed to perform excellently and they might pack some substantial factory overclocks.



The cooler is named after the famous gothic novella "Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" published in 1886. As you might know, this novella is all about the two alter egos of the main character that have wildly contradictory behaviour. Like the novella, the card can switch between a powerful triple-fan cooler to a more quiet dual-fan cooler. While the triple-fan cooler comes with 90mm Scythe fans, the dual-fan sports two 100mm Turbine fans.

According to the pictures, the PCB looks a bit bigger than the reference design. Inno3D might be using a custom version with improved VRM and power design. The entire cooler has been kept in black and there is a solid back plate on the back. Since all the latest gaming products have been equipped with an armada of LEDs for RGB lighting, also on this graphics cards there are several LEDs on both sides. Last but not least, we see a small OLED display that shows several informations like clock frequency, temperature, fan speed and more.

As of today there is no date available when these cards will hit the shelves of your local retailer.
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We believe the switching cooling system design is the one of the most crazy and innovative designs in gaming graphics card history.” says Ken Wong, Sr. Product Manager at INNO3D. He further added " The gamer doesn’t need to select a 2 fan or 3 fan graphic card because they can have both with one purchase and change the cooling solution based on their needs.



  • iChill Jekyll
  • iChill Jekyll
  • iChill Jekyll
  • iChill Jekyll



Source: videocardz

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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