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Anyone know anything about Inno3D Cards?

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December 20, 2010 4:44:35 PM

I want to buy an Inno3D GTS 450 Card, but I'm a bit confused.
I have a choice between 2 models, but I can't tell the difference!
Here are the 2 models below, they're both priced roughly the same:

N450-1DDN-D5CW
N450-1SDN-D5CW

The both have the same GPU and memory speeds, and they both
seem to use the stock cooler (not the I-Chill cooler), also from what
I can see, neither is OC'd either! I'm really confused, please help.

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December 20, 2010 5:35:59 PM

Flip a Coin.
December 20, 2010 6:30:54 PM

I've got another one for you...

N450-1DDN-D5CWX
C450-1DDN-D5CWX

Both have the I-Chill cooler, both are factory OC'd to 820/3800.

WHAT THE HELL!!! Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!!! :( 
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December 21, 2010 4:58:43 AM

difference in ram size? i know they offer 512 and 1gb versions. Maybe a slight difference on the cooler... I have an inno 3d 8800gts and its been going strong since 2007 and is heavily overclocked
December 21, 2010 5:26:27 AM

No, they're all 1GB versions as far as I know. I contacted Inno3D yesterday, so far I've found out (In very broken English) that the N450-1DDN-D5CWX is OC'd, but still uses the stock cooler and the C450-1DDN-D5CWX is also OC'd, but uses a Dual-Fan I-Chill Cooler.

Still Don't know the difference between
N450-1DDN-D5CW
and
N450-1SDN-D5CW
though.
January 28, 2011 10:32:05 AM

Actually 1SDN has different cooler from 1DDN.

N450-1SDN-D5CW means:
N - Nvidia
450-GPU
----
1 - revision (1,2,3...)
S - specific cooler (D-default, S - specific)
D - packing (Default, Specific)
N - accessory (V=Value, N=Standart,D=Deluxe)
- ---
D - memory (D-1Gb, C-512M, E - 2Gb)
5 - memory type (5-GDDR5, 3-GDDR3, 2- DDR2...)
C - memory bus (C=128bit, D=256bit, H=384bit etc.)
W - Output (W=DualDVI+HDMI, V=DualDVI, X=DVI+VGA+HDMI etc...)
January 28, 2011 11:46:31 AM

Thanks for the info. Eventually I gave up and bought an EVGA GTS 450 SC. But this info will come in handy should I decide to go Inno.
January 28, 2011 4:58:23 PM

this info is valid for all Inno3D products.
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