ZOTAC has released its GeForce GTX 275 1792MB graphics card.
This card features 1792MB of GDDR3 video memory and supports resolutions up to 2560x1600.
To help ensure the best speeds possible, the card uses an ultra-wide 448-bit
memory interface. A copy of Race Driver: GRID comes with the card. Additional
details and specifications are below.
ZOTAC Expands GeForce® GTX 275 Family
New GeForce® GTX 275 1792MB delivers large amounts of video memory
HONG KONG – Jun. 23, 2009 – ZOTAC International, a leading
manufacturer of graphics cards and motherboards, today unleashes the latest
addition to its award-winning GeForce® GTX 275 graphics card lineup – the ZOTAC
GeForce® GTX 275 1792MB -- ushering in a new era of high resolution gaming with
its high performance graphics processor and large amount of video memory.
Packing 1792MB of screaming-fast GDDR3 video memory, the ZOTAC
GeForce® GTX 275 1792MB is ready to take on high resolution gaming with
resolutions up to 2560x1600. An ultra-wide 448-bit memory interface ensures
communications between the video memory and graphics processor occur at
lightning-fast speeds for vivid and realistic visuals.
“We try to deliver
the best performance value for gamers. With the new ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 275
1792MB, we’ve managed to achieve a balance of performance and value for those
that demand more video memory for gaming at extreme HD resolutions,” said
Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International.
The 1792MB of video memory is paired with 240 blazing-fast
stream processors ready to take on the latest DirectX 10, OpenGL 2.1, NVIDIA®
CUDA™ and PhysX® enabled 3D games and applications. The 240 stream processors
are backed by 2nd Generation NVIDIA® Unified Architecture that delivers greater
performance and efficiency than the previous generation for unprecedented
levels of performance.
A full copy of Race Driver: GRID™ is bundled with the ZOTAC
GeForce® GTX 275 1792MB to take advantage of the graphics card’s performance
prowess. Race Driver: GRID™ places gamers into the driver’s seat of various
racecars in different events – drifting, circuit, LeMans and others – on
racetracks all around the world.
The ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 275 1792MB is backed by the ZOTAC
Extended Warranty. ZOTAC stands by the quality of its products, but in the case
anything goes wrong, the ZOTAC Extended Warranty ensures customers will have a
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 275 1792MB
Core Clock speed:
Memory Clock speed:
Dual dual-link DVI (with audio), HDTV output
Active (with fan)
10, Shader Model 4.0
Other hardware features
NVIDIA Lumenex Engine, Quantum Effects Technology
PureVideo™ HD Technology, NVIDIA® CUDA™ technology, NVIDIA® PhysX® technology,
NVIDIA® Stereoscopic 3D technology, SLI™ multi-monitor technology
Windows Vista capability
Certified for Windows Vista with Aero user interface
Sheez Louise,that's a lot of memory. Impressive specs.
You know what I would like to see? Three video outputs. These things are aimed at gamers, right? What gamer want the seperation of two monitors to be the center of his field of view?
These dual-slot solutions certainly have enough room for a third output (or they could just use a proprietary splitter cable), and you would think this card could produce good rates if you weren't driving each display to its maximum resolution.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Yeah that would be nice. For more than 2 monitor outputs on one card your stuck with
1 overprice crap card
2 ATI x2s
3 Pro cards.
I guess a x2 is the best solution, but not all of them have it. I only see one 4850x2 for sale on the egg with support for more than 2 monitors.
That's way too much memory. The 896MB on the normal GTX 275's is enough. To tell you the truth, I would rather have an 896MB card than a 1GB! Why? I'm still running 32-bit, and the more GPU memory I have the less system RAM I have. Certainly, there are games out there that use more than 512MB, and thus I prefer a 1GB to 512MB, but I wish there were more 768MB and 896MB cards out there other than the 8800GTX and GTX 275. I really doubt anything uses much more than around 800MB of video memory. I'd love to grab me an 896MB Radeon 4890, for example, because then I would have an extra 128MB of system RAM over the 1GB version.
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