EVEN more GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 cards pictured

Published: 18th Sep 2014, 13:39 GMT

Inno3d iChill GTX 980

Earlier today Inno3D posted a new teaser of its iChill GTX 980. This is the fastest GTX980 Inno3D will offer.

If you thought that putting three fans on GM204 board is way too much, then what do you think of four? Quite interesting approach has been revealed by Inno3D. There’s a separate 40mm fan on the site.

At least this card boosts up to 1329 MHz. That’s quite a jump.

Inno3d iChill 980 (2)

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Inno3D GTX 970

This cute little fellow is the GTX 970 from Inno3D. It has rather large efficient fans, factory-overclocked BIOS and it’s bundled with 3DMark11.

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Gigabyte GTX 970 and GTX 980 G1 Gaming

At last, you can see the first G1 Gaming cards (both 970 and 980 look the same). G1 Gaming series feature new WindForce cooling. Both cards will be available with a backplate. What’s cool about Gigabyte’s cards is that they offer more display connectors than any other custom 900 series card on the market. Open air cooling solution does not require any perforation on the IO bracket, thus Gigabyte put another DVI there, now there are 3 DisplayPorts, 1 HDMI, 1 DVI-D and 1 DVI-I.

Gigabyte GTX 980 G1 Gaming (2)  Gigabyte G1 Gaming back


Rather than launching new DirectCU III cooling system, ASUS decided to stick to reference designs and its newest STRIX series. I cannot wait to see GTX 980 MATRIX…


Bonus: MSI GTX 760

I think you should guys know that MSI has also cheaper version of Twin Frozr V cooling being made. This particular card is GTX 760, but since 760  is pretty much the backbone of 970, we should see it under 900 series sooner or later (GTX 960?)


Source: Jen-Hsun laptop


by WhyCry

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