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Friday, 10 September 2010 11:19

Zotac to offer two Geforce GTS 450 cards

Written by Fudzilla staff


AMP! version clocked at 875MHz
In addition to reference Geforce GTS 450 cards, Zotac will also spice things up with AMP! flavored board.

The core should end up at 875MHz, while the memory was bumped up to 1000MHz, or 4000MHz effective. The numbers come from an early listing by a Polish retailer, so take them with a grain of salt, as retailers sometimes tend to mess up.

We’re still not sure about the cooler, but judging by previous AMP! cards, it’s likely that it will feature some sort of non-reference cooler. There’s still no word on a possible Synergy edition card.

The list price is €152 and the same retailer is offering Zotac’s reference Geforce GTS 450 at €140.
Last modified on Friday, 10 September 2010 18:49
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