• Zotac GTX 285 Video Card
  • Zotac GTX 285 Video Card

    Author: Rhys
    Published: May 5th, 2009 7:07 PM
    Category: Graphics Cards,Reviews
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main Zotac GTX 285 Video Card

Introduction

To replace the GTX 280, NVIDIA has released the GTX 285 – a graphics card which sports a 55nm GPU and the same 240 stream processors as the GTX 280. The GTX 285 that we’ll be reviewing today is made by Zotac – a quickly growing company who make some cracking graphics cards and motherboards. Anyway, let’s unleash this beast and see how it performs. Introducing the Zotac GTX 285 AMP! Edition…

About Zotac

ZOTAC with NVIDIA not only means superb quality, it also means high performance, absolute reliability and great value. In the past year, ZOTAC was compared and tested by several influential members in the media and have proven its products are good quality, worth-to-buy graphic cards in the market. With the product features of overclocked performance, excellent cooling properties and unique packaging ZOTAC products definitely exceed users’ expectations.

ZOTAC’s commitment to our user is to bring the latest products quickly to the market with the best value. Doubtless to say ZOTAC is the right choice for those who require high-quality graphic solutions.

Features

  • 2nd Generation NVIDIA unified architecture
  • Full Microsoft DirectX 10 support
  • NVIDIA SLI- Ready
  • NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
  • NVIDIA PhysX technology
  • NVIDIA CUDA technology
  • PCI Express 2.0 support
  • Two dual-link DVI-I and one HDMI output
  • Dual-link HDCP-Capable
  • OpenGL 2.1 support

Specifications

The specifications for this graphics card are fairly extensive so please click here to take a look.


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