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    Inno3d launches iChill X3 Jekyll coolers on RTX 20 graphics cards

    With switchable 3-fan performance, or 2-fan quiet, RGB cooling solutions.
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    Re: Inno3d launches iChill X3 Jekyll coolers on RTX 20 graphics cards



    That looks horrible, such janky hard cuts. Looks like a borg cube and a wraith hive ship got busy!

    I'll also never understand screens on your mobo/GPU, they seem to me to only suit overclockers who have open chassis. Even with a glass case side, how often are you going to reach down to look in your case to check out a tiny screen for details...

    Or you could just fire up afterburner etc.

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    Re: Inno3d launches iChill X3 Jekyll coolers on RTX 20 graphics cards

    Inno3D should hire me to proofread all of their English language marketing blurb.
    Speaking of, there's a spelling error in line 4, Hexus.

    Multiple cooling solutions sounds like a nice concept but honestly I can't imagine *this* implementation being that great. The alternatives only slide potential volume up and down, which isn't that interesting. If you could convert it from a standard cooler to a blower style rear venting cooler, or have an easy to use swapping system from standard fans to water cooling, I'd be interested.

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    Re: Inno3d launches iChill X3 Jekyll coolers on RTX 20 graphics cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post


    That looks horrible, such janky hard cuts. Looks like a borg cube and a wraith hive ship got busy!

    I'll also never understand screens on your mobo/GPU, they seem to me to only suit overclockers who have open chassis. Even with a glass case side, how often are you going to reach down to look in your case to check out a tiny screen for details...

    Or you could just fire up afterburner etc.
    i have a black box computer case and its on my desk right beside the screen.
    wouldn't have it on the floor ever .

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    Re: Inno3d launches iChill X3 Jekyll coolers on RTX 20 graphics cards

    I can't wait to pair it with some fake RGB memory models in my rack mounted server case...
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: Inno3d launches iChill X3 Jekyll coolers on RTX 20 graphics cards

    Quote Originally Posted by will19565 View Post
    i have a black box computer case and its on my desk right beside the screen.
    wouldn't have it on the floor ever .
    if there were a screen on the side of your GPU, would you keep looking over to it to see settings or would you use an application or integrated display?

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