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We knew Zotac was going green at CeBIT, but we had no idea it would take things this far. In an effort to draw attention to itself for playing nice with Mother Nature, Zotac has introduced the GeForce, which reportedly delivers 40 percent more power efficiency compared to other 9600GT cards. Basically, if you buy this card, you're getting all of the benefits of a GeForce 9600GT, but you'll be getting it while using 40 percent less energy (to the card, at least). The device itself includes 64 stream processors, support for DirectX 10, OpenGL 2.1 and CUDA-based 3D games, and high-speed GDDR3 memory. Furthermore, you'll find an engine clock of 600MHz, a 1500MHz shader clock, 1800MHz memory clock,... Read more...
Well, well -- it sure looks as if those water-cooled GeForce rumors from late last month were spot-on. Just weeks ago, BFG called "first!" with its liquid-cooled NVIDIA GeForce 295 GTX, and now Zotac is stepping in to complete the puzzle with its watercooling-ready GTX 285.The GeForce GTX 285 Infinity Edition pairs up NVIDIA's famed GPU with a high-performance water-block for higher than usual frame rates and lower than average temperatures. The unit is cooled by an all-copper water-block, which enables it to operate at higher clock frequencies while maintaining lower operating temperatures than the existing, non-watercooled version. Just so we're clear, Zotac ships the card with a water-block... Read more...
New ZOTAC FireStorm software adds new features and enables compatibility with all NVIDIA-based graphics cards  HONG KONG – Feb. 24, 2009 – ZOTAC International, an award-winning manufacturer of graphics cards and motherboards, today unleashes the award-winning ZOTAC NITRO hardware-overclocking controller for use with all NVIDIA GeForce based graphics cards. The ZOTAC NITRO is the world’s first hardware-overclocking controller, enabling graphics card overclocking with the press of three buttons.“End users demanded that we open up the NITRO hardware for use with non-ZOTAC graphics cards. We listened, and with a software update, the ZOTAC NITRO will work with all NVIDIA GeForce based graphics... Read more...
Blink twice, and chances are you've missed something in the whirlwind world of graphics. For instance, ZOTAC's Mini-ITX GeForce 8200-ITX WiFi was just pushed out around three months ago. Today, the same company is announcing that its GeForce 9300-ITX WiFi board is shipping to retailers and distributors worldwide. So much for staying on the cutting edge, huh?In order to make the lives of SFF builders that much easier, ZOTAC is delivering a mini-ITX platform that comes pre-loaded with NVIDIA's GeForce 9300 CPU. The board is CUDA-ready and supports socket LGA775 Intel processors. The GPU itself includes 16 stream processors along with compatibility with DirectX 10, OpenGL 2.1 and NVIDIA CUDA based... Read more...
ZOTAC Goes Green at CeBIT 2009See new low-power ZOTAC components and demo systems at CeBit 2009HONG KONG – Feb. 11, 2009 – ZOTAC International, an award-winning manufacturer of graphics cards and motherboards, invites attendees of the 2009 CeBit show in Hannover, Germany to visit the ZOTAC booth and think green. ZOTAC will have eco-friendly demonstration systems with low-power consumption that deliver competitive performance at the ZOTAC booth. “It’s time to think green and do as much as we can to preserve the environment. With new low-power ZOTAC components, building a green PC is easier than ever and you can go green without sacrificing performance,” said Carsten Berger, marketing director,... Read more...
Considering just how sluggish GPU sales have been and are expected to be throughout the first half of 2009, it makes sense to see ZOTAC aiming low. NVIDIA's GeForce 9400GT is far from being the most powerful card on the block, but it's close to being the cheapest acceptable one on the market today. To that end, ZOTAC is introducing today its GeForce 9400GT Synergy Edition 512MB and GeForce 9400GT DDR2 1GB. Both units are obviously powered by a GeForce 9400GT graphics processor and feature DirectX 10 and OpenGL 2.1 support alongside NVIDIA's CUDA processing technology. The former is a low-profile card, which offers performance similar to a standard height ZOTAC GeForce 9400GT DDR2 graphics card,... Read more...
ZOTAC International, a leading manufacturer of NVIDIA-based motherboards and graphics cards, today unleashes its first Graphics Plus capable mini-ITX motherboard – the ZOTAC GeForce 8200-ITX WiFi. Powered by an NVIDIA GeForce 8200 mGPU, the ZOTAC GeForce 8200-ITX WiFi delivers NVIDIA unified architecture, NVIDIA CUDA, NVIDIA PureVideo HD and integrated WiFi technologies rolled up into a miniature 170mm x 170mm platform.The ZOTAC GeForce 8200-ITX WiFi with NVIDIA unified architecture features 16 screaming-fast stream processors that are programmable for phenomenal visuals with DirectX 10 and OpenGL 2.1 enabled 3D games and applications or high-speed general computing tasks with NVIDIA CUDA-enabled... Read more...
ZOTAC Announces Far Cry 2 Game BundleZOTAC GeForce GTX 200 series ship with Far Cry 2HONG KONG – Nov. 07, 2008 – ZOTAC International, a leading manufacturer of NVIDIA-based graphics cards and motherboards, today kicks off the Christmas season with a new premium software bundle featuring Ubisoft’s Far Cry 2. It’ll be available with the award-winning ZOTAC GeForce GTX 280, GeForce GTX 280 AMP! Edition, GeForce GTX 2602 and GeForce GTX 260 AMP2! Edition for a limited period.ZOTAC is pleased to provide gamers with Ubisoft’s highly anticipated Far Cry 2 game. With Far Cry 2, users can take advantage of the 3D power available with their new ZOTAC GeForce GTX 280, GeForce GTX 280 AMP! Edition, GeForce... Read more...
With all of the recent hoopla surrounding Intel and NVIDIA as of late, today's announcement may come as a bit of a surprise to many of you. To say that there has been some tension between Intel and NVIDIA lately would certainly be putting it mildly. But the fact of the matter is, for now at least, the two companies share a somewhat symbiotic relationship. The products we'll be showing you here are proof of this fact. What we have on tap for you today is a new NVIDIA chipset with an mGPU (or IGP) designed for the Intel Socket 775 platform, the GeForce 9300. We should note, however, that NVIDIA is also announcing the GeForce 9400 today as well, the same chipset that powers Apple's new MacBook line... Read more...
In the conclusion of our coverage of the Radeon HD 4850 and 4870 launch, we posted this statement, "...dare we say a $300 graphics card represents an excellent value, from a price point perspective? These cards are definitely going to put significant price pressure on NVIDIA's GTX 200 series." At the time, the GeForce GTX 280 and GTX 260 were selling for upwards of $650 and $400 respectively, and ATI's newly released Radeon, which performed somewhat better than the GTX 260, was introduced at "only" $299.Of course, NVIDIA quickly responded with a hefty round of price cuts that brought the GTX 280's price down considerably and put the GTX 260 and Radeon HD 4870 on roughly equal footing, but it... Read more...
  In the conclusion of our coverage of the Radeon HD 4850 and 4870 launch, we made this statement, "...dare we say a $300 graphics card represents an excellent value, from a price point perspective? These cards are definitely going to put significant price pressure on NVIDIA's GTX 200 series." At the time, the GeForce GTX 280 and GTX 260 were selling for upwards of $650 and $400 respectively, and ATI's newly released Radeon, which performed somewhat better than the GTX 260, was introduced at "only" $299.Of course, NVIDIA quickly responded with a hefty round of price cuts that brought the GTX 280's price down considerably and put the GTX 260 and Radeon HD 4870 on roughly equal footing,... Read more...
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