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ZOTAC Unveils Its GeForce GTX 980 Ti Lineup

Category: Video Cards
Posted: 09:17AM

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti is here at long last, which means all of the green team AIB partners can release reference and non-reference models at will. First up is ZOTAC, which has a full suite of 980 Tis coming your way. There is, of course, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti reference model from ZOTAC, with its blower-style cooler and 1000MHz stock clock and 1076MHz Boost clock. Then we get to the non-reference stuff, starting with the GTX 980 Ti AMP! This card packs an IceStorm cooler with three 90mm fans and Carbon ExoArmor to help improve thermal durability. The stock clock on it has been increased to 1051MHz, while the Boost clock is now at 1140MHz. Moving on up is the GTX 980 Ti AMP! Extreme, which has an IceStorm cooler with EKO fans and Carbon ExoArmor with LED lighting. Add in the POWER BOOST feature to help stablize performance, and a 1253MHz core clock and 1355MHz Boost clock, and you have one high-powered card.

But then there's the GTX 980 Ti ArcticStorm model that, much like the TITAN X variant, has an ArcticStorm Hybrid cooling system. This combination air/water cooler features an all copper waterblock, Carbon ExoArmor, and three 90mm fans to keep everything cooler for longer. The core clock is only at 1025MHz and Boost clock at 1114MHz, but that hybrid cooler should mean for much higher performance with just a little push. There's also a GTX 980 Ti AMP! Omega model, and while it packs the IceStorm cooler with EKO fans, Carbon ExoArmor, and POWER BOOST, the clock speeds are not known.

The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 980 Ti models can be viewed at Computex this week if you happen to be in the Taipei, Taiwan, area. The GTX 980 Ti cards are available to purchase now, although prices for all but the reference are unknown. That one starts at $649.99, just like all other GTX 980 Ti reference models.

Source: Press Release

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