Inno3D is also showing off a GeForce 9800 GX2 as well as a reference GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB. The same card is also available with custom cooling and higher clocks. The custom cooler features heatpipes and a larger, traditional cooler instead of the radial one used in the reference unit.
The GeForce 9600 GT is also available in different versions. You may choose between Zerotherm or Arctic Cooling to cool the card. You will also find a version with reference cooling, but also comes overclocked right out of the box.
The 8800 GT is also available in different versions. You may even go completely passive with one cooled by Arctic Cooling. The second uses a thin but fairly large heatsink and 8 cm fan. The third is a reference design 8800 GT which has also been overclocked.
Inno3D also offers a few mainboards with modern chipsets. There is a P35 based board on display. As you can see, it is passively cooled and has two PCIe x16 slots for Crossfire. You will also find a P31 and G31 based board at their booth. All of these come with a blue PCB and black heatsinks.
There is one AM2 690G based mATX board, which is nothing new, but intersting nonetheless. The only board which has a different color PCB is a GeForce 7 based mATX Socket 775 unit, which also features an onboard HDMI port.
Inno3D also has some other products. These encompass various TV tuners, internal PCI based and external USB units. There are digital and analog TV tuners.