Zotac Reveals The Geforce 520 PCIe 1x and PCI

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅27.09.2011 16:51:38




PRESS RELEASE



HONG KONG – Sept. 27, 2011 – ZOTAC® International, a leading innovator and channel manufacturer, today expands the value GeForce® GT 520 lineup with new PCI and PCI Express x1 form factors for users with pre-built systems that have limited expansion capabilities. The new ZOTAC® GeForce® GT 520 PCI and PCI Express x1 graphics cards breathe new life into older systems by delivering a performance punch and new video capabilities.

“Upgrading your graphics card is the easiest way to boost your system performance and gain new capabilities. The new ZOTAC® GeForce® GT 520 PCI and PCI Express x1 graphics cards shows that you can experience good graphics without upgrading the rest of your system,” said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International.

The ZOTAC® GeForce® GT 520 PCI and PCI Express x1 graphics cards provide DVI, HDMI and VGA outputs with dual simultaneous independent display support for an instant dual-monitor upgrade. The low-profile form factor enables the ZOTAC® GeForce® GT 520 PCI and PCI express x1 graphics card to easily fit in compact pre-built systems with height limitations in addition to expansion limitations.

It’s time to play with the ZOTAC® GeForce® GT 520 PCI and PCI Express x1 graphics card.

General details
· New ZOTAC® GeForce® GT 520 PCI and PCI Express x1 graphics cards
· NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 520 GPU
· Engine clock: 810 MHz
· 48 unified shaders
· Shader clock: 1620 MHz
· 512MB DDR3 memory
· Memory clock: 1333 MHz
· 64-bit memory interface
· DVI, HDMI & VGA outputs
· DirectX® 11 technology & Shader Model 5.0
· OpenGL® 4.1 compatible
· NVIDIA® CUDA™ technology
· Full HD video & Hardware accelerated Blu-ray playback




For more information on the Geforce 520 series and other Zotac products, visit Zotac.com.

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