Monday, April 30th 2007

Inno3D Introduces New i-Chill GeForce 8 Video Cards with Xstriker3

Inno3D has introduced today new members to its i-Chill series of video cards. The Inno3D i-Chill series is built with top-notch quality, which includes faster core speeds; a gold plated DVI & TV out connector that allows better signal quality; top quality OS-CON capacitors; aluminum ramsinks to stabilize memory; a full game bundle and 3 years warranty. Four new models will be available from today: GF 8600GTS DDR3 (710/2100MHz), GF 8600GT DDR3 (620/1800MHz), GF 8500GT DDR3 (650/1600MHz) and GF 8500GT DDR2 (600/1000MHz). Each card will be assembled with the Xstriker3 active cooling, which is specially designed for the i-Chill extreme gaming series. The Xstricker3 features copper base, two high efficiency heatpipes and single low noise cooling fan. For more information please click here.

Source: Inno3D
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7 Comments on Inno3D Introduces New i-Chill GeForce 8 Video Cards with Xstriker3

#1
ktr
looks sweet, but no 88's?

looks like no one can go outside the reference cooler...
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#2
jocksteeluk
why don't they just move to the 65nm chips and cut the need for all these silly oversized cooling solutions.
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#3
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Im sure they can, no one wants to.
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#4
kwchang007
why does the diagram shower the hot air being blown back into the case? sure...cooler card, but that includes having airflow problems, hot air probably getting blowin onto the chipset, and maybe other things depending on how your mobo is set up....
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#5
ktr
That card with those pci cooler that draws air from outside would be a cool setup...
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#6
Sasqui
by: kwchang007
why does the diagram shower the hot air being blown back into the case? sure...cooler card, but that includes having airflow problems, hot air probably getting blowin onto the chipset, and maybe other things depending on how your mobo is set up....
Not only that, but how on earth can they show cool air entering the "V" slots... it defies physics. The air enters the fan and exits all the holes, period.
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#7
ktr
by: Sasqui
Not only that, but how on earth can they show cool air entering the "V" slots... it defies physics. The air enters the fan and exits all the holes, period.
lol...the marketing team is dumb...
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