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|6th August 2009, 13:02||#1|
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Zotac GTX 285 Infinity Review
The cream of the crop graphics cards now tend to be dual core designs such as the GTX 295 or, if we are talking ATI, 4870x2s. However, single core cards are still very much in the scene and competing right at the top end of graphics card technology.
Today we will be taking a look at a card from Zotacís GTX 285 range Ė the Infinity Edition. This particular one features a GPU water block instead of the reference air cooling as well as being factory overclocked with a core 722MHz.
The card certainly makes for nice reading on paper but will it really justify the high price tag attached to it? Letís take a look.
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