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Inno3D Announces its GeForce GTX 960 Lineup

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Inno3D is thrilled to finally announce the highly anticipated iChill and Inno3D GeForce GTX 960, that delivers incredible performance, power efficiency, and cutting-edge gaming technologies that only NVIDIA Maxwell technology can offer.

This is the perfect upgrade to advanced gaming, letting you dominate the competition with 60% faster performance and twice the power efficiency than previous generation cards. Unleash its massive overclocking potential and push your performance even further. Plus, it features VXGI for realistic lighting, support for smooth, tear-free NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, and Dynamic Super Resolution that enables 4K gaming on 1080p displays.



The iChill and Inno3D GTX 960 even gives you great gaming to go with NVIDIA GameStream technology that lets you stream PC games to NVIDIA SHIELD devices.

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ok, now that we know who has the bigest one (3.rd pics)... and we can clear that out of our way... can you please make this compact card compact again so m-itx-ers, htpc-ers can use benefits of this originally small, compact and low TDP card ???
 
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Inno3D. Never heard about them before. :rolleyes:
You said the same thing about GALAX/Galaxy. They are also a brand of one the two largest AIC manufacturers worldwide.

Inno3D is an Nvidia brand of PC Partner - who make all AMD's reference cards. PC Partner's other brands are Manli and Zotac (Nvidia), and Sapphire (AMD). As well as building AMD's reference cards they also build for Point of View, Zogis, Leadtek, ELSA, as well as some Zalman and PNY branded cards.
 
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Great information. I never knew those things were so "obscure". :confused:
Done purposely in some circumstances. PC Partner and TUL ( parent company of PowerColor, VTX3D, Club 3D, and Sparkle) seem to have some unspoken/unrecorded close "association". They, and HIS (who share manufacturing duties with PC Partner and TUL for Diamond and VisionTek cards), are basically responsible for producing the lions share of AMD cards, cutting the ODM's (Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, Colorful) market share.
 

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thats technology monopoly ....a little example about how this world moves...!
nice info again @HumanSmoke
 

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It's ugliness is forgivable, but why did they have to say it's 4K ready on the box. It's 4K ready just as every other card that is just as underpowered for 4K.
 
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