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Tuesday, 21 June 2011 17:24

Zotac adds GTX 550 Ti to Multiview series

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Triple-screen support
Zotac has launched yet another card that will be a part of its Multiview series of graphics cards, the GTX 550 Ti Multiview.

Multiview series graphics cards are pretty much identical to the regular ones except for the fact that they supports up to three displays connected at the same time. The new GTX 550 Ti features 192 CUDA cores and ticks at 900MHz for the GPU, 1800MHz for shaders and 4100MHz for 1GB of GDDR 5 memory paired up with a 192-bit memory interface. It comes with two DVI, DisplayPort and two HDMI outputs that can be used to connect three displays via two HDMI ports and either the DVI or DP port.

The card still uses the dual-slot cooler seen on other Zotac cards and features support for 2-way SLI, DirectX 11, Nvidia CUDA and PhysX. Unfortunately, Zotac didn't reveal any details regarding the availability of the card or its actual price but you can expect it to be priced at about €130.

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-4 #1 dan 2011-06-21 21:41
Wow, how impressive.. it can drive half as many displays as a 2 year old AMD Eyefinity card!
 
 
+11 #2 rickster 2011-06-22 00:01
Quoting dan:
Wow, how impressive.. it can drive half as many displays as a 2 year old AMD Eyefinity card!


I know several people who own Eyefinity GPUs...and yet 90% of them only own two monitors. It's a nice feature, but IMO, it's pretty low on the criteria list for most people.
 
 
+5 #3 Deanjo 2011-06-22 03:43
Quoting dan:
Wow, how impressive.. it can drive half as many displays as a 2 year old AMD Eyefinity card!


Of course for the price of active Displayport to HDMI/DVI adapters required for the Eyefinity card you could get a second one of these and not have to fart around with a bunch of expensive adapters and get a SLi rig to boot.
 
 
-9 #4 dan 2011-06-22 10:45
An SLI rig?! Why would you want negative scaling with a second card? FAIL.
 
 
-2 #5 Drac 2011-06-22 11:10
Quoting dan:
dan=FAIL,i am sorry

FIXED!!!!!
Only negative thing here is some idiot dan-fagtroll,who just cant stop trolling.But what can you expect from inbred fag whos mom knows about IT more than him..Somebody must be teaching her :D xD
 
 
0 #6 rickster 2011-06-22 23:26
I have a question for dan....

Do you use Eyefinity?
 

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