Another day, another leaked product image. One by one, NVIDIA’s AIB partners have steadily seen various RTX 30 Series product images leaked over the week or so. Today, we have offerings from Inno3D. Based in Hong Kong, Inno3D is a division of InnoVISION, and has been around since 1998.
InnoVISION Multimedia Limited is a pioneering developer and manufacturer of a diverse range of cutting-edge multimedia PC hardware products established in 1998 Hong Kong. Our manufacturing operations have been set up since 1990 in Shenzhen, China. In this short period of time we focus on manufacturing OEM/ODM products as well as contracting out extensive production and research facilities to specialist companies. We have accomplished international recognition by PC’s top reviewers as becoming an outstanding success and one of the most fast growing companies in Asia.
These latest images come from, once again, VideoCardz, who has become a constant source of upcoming RTX 30 Series partner offerings. It has obtained some early renders for a number of both GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 cards. Oddly enough, though, there’s no RTX 3070, but that doesn’t mean Inno3D still doesn’t have a wild card up its sleeve.
First is the iCHILL X4 lineup. It features an unusual, and interesting, take on a new cooling solution. Take a close look, and you’ll notice not two, nor three, but four cooling fans present. This 2.5-slot card features three fans in a familiar-looking setup, but there’s also a smaller fourth one on the side nestled inside the RGB lighting. Considering the 350 W power draw the RTX 3090 is expected to have, this could be a good indicator, along with NVIDIA’s own fan design, that these cards may need cooling on both sides of the PCB. It also makes an identical-looking version for the RTX 3080. It is also possible these cards may, in fact, be 3-slot cards due to that fourth fan.
Next is the iCHILL X3 lineup. Here, too, the GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 renders look virtually the same other than their version numbers on the box and cards. These could be 2.5-slot cards. The most notable difference from the X4s, visually, is the absence of the fourth fan on the side. The RGB maintains a similar motif. VideoCardz postulates a possible alternate backplate as well.
Gaming and Twin Series
The Gaming and Twin Series from Inno3D represents its lower tier, and presumably more affordable, line of cards. Only a Gaming X3 GeForce RTX 3090 card is shown; there is no RTX 3080 variant. It, too, is a 2.5-slot, three-fan card. It does appear to be missing RGB, but that is not confirmed.
Lastly, we have the Twin X2. This GeForce RTX 3080 is still a 2.5 slot card but does offer a shorter tw0-fan design. It also seems to not feature RGB. However, OC3D believes it’s spotted NVIDIA’s new 12-pin power connector on it as well.