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Monday, 02 August 2010 09:37

Zotac delivers 2GB GTX 460 as well

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Zotac is apparently the third Nvidia AIB to offer a 2GB GTX 460 card.

We have already come across Sparkle and Gainward cards, but EXPreview has dug up a similar Zotac card and it might have an ace up its sleeve.

Zotac has slapped a dual-fan cooler on its oversized GTX 460 2GB and the card looks rather impressive. The cooler is based on AC’s Accelero TwinTurbo Pro, so it should deliver quite good performance.

However, we’re still not sure about the exact clocks, but it’s clear that Zotac’s board should have quite a bit of overclocking potential thanks to its massive cooler.

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