Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 770 HerculeZ X3 Ultra 2GB
The product box is large. The card's model name and series are indicated on its front together with the bundled extras. On the back of the box you can find a general description of Inno3D products in nine languages.
The graphics card is shipped with typical Inno3D accessories but the traditional mouse pad was not included for some reason.
The card is manufactured in China and costs $450. Its warranty is 3 years long.
Like with the EVGA cards, the Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 770 HerculeZ X3 Ultra is hardly different from the Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 780 HerculeZ X3 Ultra externally. While the EVGA products could be identified by the model name indicated on the cooler, Inno3D’s card has no indication as to its model name. You can only learn it from its box.
The graphics card measures 302x112x58 mm, just like its senior cousin.
The Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 770 HerculeZ X3 Ultra has the same video interfaces as the reference GeForce GTX 770.
The card’s power requirements are quite specific. Its peak power draw is 244 watts, which is 14 watts higher than the reference card’s, but it is recommended to be used with a 550-watt rather than 600-watt PSU.
The PCB is based on the reference design:
We can’t find any single difference from the reference power system:
There’s nothing special about the GPU die. It was manufactured on the same week as the EVGA’s GPU.
Its frequency formula is more interesting: 1150/1200 MHz peaking to 1254 MHz according to our monitoring tools. The GPU clock rate is dropped to 135 MHz in 2D mode and the voltage goes down from 1.20 to 0.85 volts. The ASIC quality of the chip is 84.5%.