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AMC_Duke
06-04-04, 06:59 AM
Hello guys i have a question is this company any good ? i want to buy a Innovision geforce 6800 ultra so i need to know if its a good company =)

Many thx =)

MUYA
06-04-04, 07:04 AM
Innovision or Inno3D are a company based in Hong Kong. They are also one of our sponsors. I have owned a GeForce 4 ti4200 from them before and it was excellent. Also from reviews I have read including the inno3d GeForce FX 5700 Ultra with GDDR3 memory here at nV News they do deliver good stuff ;)

AMC_Duke
06-04-04, 07:08 AM
Cool nice to hear =) thx for the quick replay so i will go with them this time i normaly buy Leadtek but the leadtek a400 looks so :retard:

saturnotaku
06-04-04, 07:28 AM
Only problem with Inno3D is availability if you live in N. America. I've only seen a small handful of distributors carry them, and their prices are typically much higher than most reputable online stores who carry brands like eVGA, BFG, Gainward, et al.

monly
06-04-04, 07:28 AM
I had an Inno3D 5900ultra and ran that for about 6 months @500/950. In my opinion they are very good indeed. :)

monly
06-04-04, 07:30 AM
Only problem with Inno3D is availability if you live in N. America. I've only seen a small handful of distributors carry them, and their prices are typically much higher than most reputable online stores who carry brands like eVGA, BFG, Gainward, et al.

Thats strange, here in England they are one of the cheapest:S

tutu
06-04-04, 07:47 AM
I'm still running a Inno3D Geforce4 Ti4400 that I got off ebuyer due to a pricing error for £100 cheaper ;)

Good card - has served me well. Still waiting for nVidias next decent card.... guess it might be 6800U PCI-E ;)

simonuk
06-04-04, 10:57 AM
InnoVision make good video cards, I have so far used the following Inno3D video cards:-

fx5600 ultra
fx5200 ultra (check their website under review section!) ;)
xabre400
s3 savage2000

simonuk
06-04-04, 11:03 AM
Thats strange, here in England they are one of the cheapest:S

One of the best places I've found in the UK to get really cheap Innovision products is dabs.com, they sell them under the dabsvalue name!

Caliche
06-04-04, 12:36 PM
It seems like Innovision is new to the graphics card industry. I still waiting for them to build up reputation and good reviews from people, before I go blow my hard earned cash on their product.

Caliche

simonuk
06-04-04, 01:59 PM
It seems like Innovision is new to the graphics card industry. I still waiting for them to build up reputation and good reviews from people, before I go blow my hard earned cash on their product.

Caliche

Innovision have been around for years, you only have to look at this page which shows a Inno3D Savage4 and a BladeXP 128:-

Early Inno3D video cards! (http://www.ivmm.com/inno3d/index_more.html)

monly
06-05-04, 07:38 AM
One of the best places I've found in the UK to get really cheap Innovision products is dabs.com, they sell them under the dabsvalue name!

Thats where i got my inno3d 5900ultra from, Dabs.com are good. Im still waiting to order a 6800GT off them, so far they only have XFX for around £290 (532 us dollers)

grimreefer
06-05-04, 06:31 PM
I had an Inno3D 5900ultra and ran that for about 6 months @500/950. In my opinion they are very good indeed. :)
dont 5900's live really long because they throttle?

monly
06-06-04, 03:33 AM
dont 5900's live really long because they throttle?

Only if they get hot enough (mine never got above abnout 60), and when they go back into 2d mode. :)