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Thursday, 07 June 2007 06:33

Zotac has a LED temperature on G84

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Computex 07: Geforce 8600 GTS


Zotac has a new design of the 8600 GTS card and this one will have LED display that can show a temperature of your card.

Apparently many gamers wants to see how hot the card gets when they play and the tools usually cannot show it when you are playing the game.  

If you have a window on your case you will have a chance to see the real time temperature on the card. We pictured a prototype card while the final one will have a nicer display and will look better. At least we can warn you that this will be coming soon.

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