Zotac GeForce 9500/9400 GT with HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort

 
November 12, 2008, 7:53 pm

zotac geforce 9500/9400 gt with hdmi, dvi and displayport 
zotac geforce 9500/9400 gt with hdmi, dvi and displayport   Mass-media company Zotac announced the withdrawal on the market of new original versions of performance graphics adapter NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT and NVIDIA GeForce 9400 GT, each of which, in addition to HDMI port and DVI, is on its back panel and another newfangled video DisplayPort.
Both accelerator formed on printed circuit boards custom blue, constructed under the bus PCI Express 2. 0 x16 and equipped with alternative design active air cooling systems of different designs. In this model Zotac GeForce 9500 GT DP has 32 streaming processors, is equipped with GDDR3 memory volume of 512 Mb and operates on 550/1375/1600 MHz frequencies.
In turn, video Zotac GeForce 9400 GT DP with 16 streaming processors received less than 512 MB of fast DDR2 memory and is characterized by frequency formula 550/1400/800 MHz.
New items supplied 128-bit memory interface, compatible with DirectX 10 and supports advanced technologies such as NVIDIA Lumenex Engine, NVIDIA Quantum Effects, NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology, NVIDIA PhysX Technology and NVIDIA CUDA Technology.
But the prices of these products are still unknown.

 

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