ZOTAC Expands Silent ZONE® Edition Lineup
Powered by a high-performance NVIDIA® GT 220 graphics processor with 48 CUDA cores and 1GB of high-speed DDR2 memory, the ZOTAC GeForce® GT 220 ZONE® Edition packs plenty of performance ready to take on the latest Microsoft® DirectX® 10.1, DirectCompute, OpenGL 3.2 and NVIDIA® CUDA powered games and applications for lightning-fast video conversion, precise GPU-accelerated image editing and immersive gaming.
ZOTAC is one of the leading manufacturers of silent graphics cards. Our lineup of ZOTAC GeForce® ZONE® Edition graphics cards has won many awards for the combination of performance and silent operation," said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International. "The ZOTAC GeForce® GT 220 ZONE® Edition is the latest addition to our award-winning lineup that also brings support for Microsoft® DirectX® 10.1 and HDMI 1.3a technology for the best quiet computing experience for the price, whether you're gaming or using it for a home theater PC."
HDMI 1.3a with xvYCC, DeepColor, digital 8-channel LPCM audio output and NVIDIA® PureVideo HD technologies transform the ZOTAC GeForce® GT 220 ZONE® Edition graphics card into the ultimate graphics card for home theater PCs by delivering richer colors, crystal clear multi-channel audio from loss-less Dolby® TrueHD and DTS®-HD: Master Audio tracks and GPU-accelerated high-definition video playback for VC-1, H.264, MPEG-2 and WMV video formats.
It's time to play with the silent ZOTAC GeForce® GT 220 ZONE® Edition!
New passive ZOTAC GeForce® GT 220 ZONE® Edition
Core clock: 625 MHz
48 CUDA cores
Shader clock: 1360 MHz
1GB DDR2 memory
128-bit memory interface
Memory clock: 800 MHz
Dual-link DVI output
HDMI output (w/8-channel LPCM audio)
PCI Express 2.0 interface (Compatible with 1.1)
HDMI 1.3a technology with xvYCC and DeepColor support
DirectX 10.1 with Shader Model 4.1 compatible
OpenGL 3.2 compatible
NVIDIA® CUDA & PhysX® ready
NVIDIA® PureVideo HD technology
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