Friday, May 4th 2012

ZOTAC Launches its GeForce GTX 690 Graphics Card, Includes Assassin's Creed Pack

ZOTAC launched its GeForce GTX 690 graphics card. Like every other GTX 690 launched till now, ZOTAC's card sticks to NVIDIA reference board design. It is an indication that NVIDIA imposed restrictions on the AIC partners to modify its design, even placing AIC brand stickers seems to be disallowed, which is a good thing because NVIDIA's design is too good to be spoiled by gaudy stickers. It is likely that ZOTAC sticks to the NVIDIA-suggested price of US $999, but to sweeten the deal, it added a bundle called Assassin's Creed 3-Game Pack, which includes Steam coupons for games from the franchise.
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9 Comments on ZOTAC Launches its GeForce GTX 690 Graphics Card, Includes Assassin's Creed Pack

#1
Dj-ElectriC
Finally a real extra... a game that will bottleneck this graphics card so hard it will reach 400 atmospheres of pressure. If im not mistaken, the bottleneck is so big with this one performance will actually downscale compering to a single GTX680.
But, still its a good 50$ worth of an extra that is sure welcome.
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#2
silapakorn
3 games, really? I though there are already 4 AC games to date. Where's the Brotherhood?
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#3
syeef
Already played all the AC games... Checkout my Avatar ;)
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#4
il-leso
by: Dj-ElectriC
Finally a real extra... a game that will bottleneck this graphics card so hard it will reach 400 atmospheres of pressure. If im not mistaken, the bottleneck is so big with this one performance will actually downscale compering to a single GTX680.
But, still its a good 50$ worth of an extra that is sure welcome.
fully agree....
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#5
Recus
Hmm, AMD Three for Free advertising bytes Nvidias partner's dust. :laugh:
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#6
powow
nice breakthrough guys.. and pleease don't stick anything, i mean anything on that awesome magnesium surface..

# wondering if this combination can prevent ubisoft's whatsoever drm server issues.. :rolleyes:
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#7
random
Couldn't they have bundled a game that actually needs dual GPU processing like BF3? :S still, better than nothing.
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#9
balke
7990

I cannot wait to see the 7990. Seems like AMD cards and beating Nvidia at ultra high multiple monitor resolutions.
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