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Wednesday, 23 July 2008 17:57

Zotac 9600GT has six outputs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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All you can eat, including DisplayPort and HDMI

Zotac is going to launch yet another card in its 9600GT series, the ZT-96TES3D-FSP-512D3. The special thing about this new card is the dual-slot back plate which has all types of possible connectors that you could ever need.

In addition to both HDMI and a DisplayPort connector, the new Zotac 9600GT card will also come with two DVI, single D-Sub and a TV-out connector. The card is cooled by a non-reference dual-slot cooler with dual heatpipes that Zotac simply calls "low noise cooling." The memory is cooled by a set of small aluminum heatsinks.

According to the box shot that we were able to see, this card will come with 512MB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 1,800MHz, while the GPU will be clocked at 675MHz. The new card will be bundled with Ubisoft's Lost: Via Domus. According to our sources, this card should hit retail sometime in August.

Here are some pictures of the new Zotac 9600GT card.

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