Chinese video card manufacturing company Inno3D is a traditional Nvidia add in board (AIB) partner, and as such it is preparing new cards for next week’s GTX 650 and GTX 660 launch.
We reported here
on Inno3D’s iChill GTX 650 video card and now we have a GK106 model.
The new card is reportedly going to be called Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 660
HerculeZ2000XE and it features a huge cooling system with two fans that look like having 90 millimeters in diameter.
In the picture showing the cooling system
disassembled, we can see that some different fans were used as those have fewer and different fan blades.
The base GPU clock has been set at a high 1058 MHz and the GDDR5 memory is also running pre-overclocked at 6208 MHz.
The heatsink has four different cooling
heatpipes with a 6-millimeter diameter, but rated at 43 decibels, the fans seem a bit too loud for us.
The card should reach the store shelves at $270 (210 EUR).