Inno3D iCHILL RTX 2080 Ti Black – Image by Inno3D
While we at ARCTIC do not produce graphics cards, we’ve used our graphics card cooling experience to develop a cooling solution for Inno3D’s new GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.
Nvidia’s new RTX graphics generation is very powerful; it’s also very energy hungry and therefore demands a powerful cooler.
The ARCTIC GPU watercooler of the Inno3D iCHILL RTX 2080 Ti – Image provided by Hardwareluxx.de
Over 18 months of development, our engineers completely redesigned the architecture of our popular Accelero Hybrid line to develop a new AiO GPU water block for Inno3D. A newly designed water pump directs the cooling liquid into the cooling block, which not only covers the GPU, but also VRM and RAM.
This, combined with two of our new 120mm P-fans, optimized for high static pressure, ensures comprehensive cooling of all components, even with heavy overclocking.
Hardwareluxx.de put the graphics card and our cooling solution through extensive testing in November 2018. Its testers were impressed by the low temperature and low volume, among other things. Special emphasis was placed on the fact that the graphics card runs “completely silent” in idle mode.
As a deserved reward for outstanding performance and excellent cooling, the graphics card and its cooler earned the
“Excellent Hardware” Award by Hardwareluxx.de
“Excellent Hardware” award.
Every computer, from home theater PC to the most hulking of gaming system, generates heat during operation- and this heat can kill your PC’s precious internals if you’re not careful. For quite some time, air cooling systems were the solution to stop the CPU and GPU from overheating. As this method is quite successful, air coolers are still extremely popular in the marketplace. But there are some new solutions, as well.
The Next Level of Cooling
Over the time, cooling solutions were reworked to new sizes and methods. Thereby, liquid coolers became the next level of cooling. Especially for the CPU, this method becomes more and more popular. Here, the liquid used is a low conductive mixture that loops from the radiator to the CPU block which dissipates heat faster than air cooling does. That way, the CPU will run cooler at idle and under load.
Water Cooler for CPU
New liquid coolers are quiet, save internal space where it matters most, and perform well – all at a price that’s not far off from a good air cooler. Who thinks that water and a computer system won’t go together can be reassured. When you follow the installation instructions correctly, there should be no leaks and therefore, your system stays dry. Moreover, thanks to the innovation of all-in-one water coolers like the ARCTIC Liquid Freezer, there is only need to install it once and the cooler won’t require to be maintained constantly in the future.
ARCTIc Liquid Freezer in a standard PC case
The easiest way to get into liquid cooling is with an all-in-one loop. These consist of a single closed loop with a radiator on one end and a pump/water block combo on the other. The system is pre-filled and pre-sealed so you don’t need to mess with it. You just install the radiator and its included fan onto one of your case’s existing fan mounts, attach the water block to the CPU and fire it up.
Most all-in-one loops cool the CPU only. There are some all-in-one loops for GPUs, like our ARCTIC Accelero.
ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid III-140