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Inno3D and Arctic team up for sleek liquid-cooled RTX 4090

Last year, we saw the folks at Asus team up with Noctua to produce a special edition graphics card using Noctua's cooling expertise. Now, we are seeing a similar collaborative effort between Inno3D and the cooling specialists at Arctic, with both teaming up to produce the Inno3D RTX 4090 iChill Black graphics card. 

The RTX 4090 is no slouch in the performance department and as you can tell by the sheer size of most air-cooled versions of the GPU, it takes a lot to tame this particular GPU. Arctic and Inno3D are solving that problem by turning to a hybrid liquid cooling solution. Better yet, this is a smaller and sleeker dual-slot RTX 4090.

Arctic has been creating cooling solutions for over 20 years, and much of that expertise is on display with this GPU. The iChill Black uses a sleek GPU AIO cooling design, and Arctic's own P-Fans to deliver high static-pressure airflow to keep the graphics card running cool.

According to Inno3D's website, the cooler should offer just 26db of noise, making it quiet, while maintaining GPU temperatures of 60C and memory temperatures of 66C. Hopefully, it won't be long before we see the first reviews.

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