ZOTAC launches G.ONE signature edition graphics cards

Everywhere you look; you can’t help but spot a poster of Ra.One, supposedly Bollywood’s most expensive film yet. Now, how about a G.ONE inspired graphics card? At last Friday’s GeForce LAN party, organised by Nvidia, ZOTAC unveiled two signature edition graphics cards based on the movie Ra.One. The two cards include the GT 520 and the GTX 560 Ti, which come in a special signature edition packaging featuring none other than, Shah Rukh Khan on the box. The GTX 560 Ti is priced at Rs.15,999  while the GT 520 is priced at Rs.3,390. The pricing includes all the taxes and levies and will be available throughout the country.

Any takers?

Any takers?

 

The GTX 560 Ti in question features the same stock speeds as the reference Nvidia card but ZOTAC says that it can easily be overclocked to the levels of their Amp Edition card using Firestorm software. The core clock is set to 822MHz while the memory runs at 4000MHz. The GT 520 on the other hand has been overclocked a bit out of the box. The core speed is set to 835MHz from the stock 810MHz while the DDR3 memory is clocked at 2200MHz (effective speed). The card uses the reference design itself and is a single slot, low profile graphics card designed for HTPCs. Other than the new ‘fancy’ packaging, the cards are no different from the standard edition cards that are available for less.


Published Date: Oct 18, 2011 10:45 am | Updated Date: Oct 18, 2011 10:45 am