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Tuesday, 29 January 2008 12:58

Inno3D makes HD 3870 X2, too

Written by Sanjin Rados
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DistreeXXL: Nvidia and ATI stand side by side on display

 

Inno3D, a company that has so far been an Nvidia exclusive partner, will start making ATI cards, too. They showcased a couple of interesting Nvidia and ATI-based cards. If you dislike dual-slot coolers on the ATI HD 3870 card, Inno3D offers a single slot HD 3870 that will compete with Sapphire’s HD 3870 Atomic Edition.

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Geforce 8800 GT is still very popular, and we found two versions of it on a display stand – the first one uses a single-slot cooler with a big fan and passive block, while the second 8800 GT features Arctic Cooling’s Accelero cooler.

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Inno3D will soon offer integrated mATX motherboards based on AMD’s and Nvidia’s chipsets for AMD and Intel processors.

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