Zotac Introduces GeForce GTX 750 Ti Thunderbolt GPU

Zotac has released a graphics card with a rather intriguing name – the GeForce GTX 750 Ti Thunderbolt. The fact that the name includes "Thunderbolt" is interesting, specifically because no part of the card actually has a thunderbolt interface; it's just marketing, so you'll have to forgive us for the misleading title.

The graphics card features a perfectly ordinary PCI-Express 3.0 x16 interface, and a completely normal DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs. The GPU aboard is clocked with a base frequency of 1229 MHz and has a 1320 MHz boost frequency. Memory is clocked at an effective speed of 6.0 GHz.

The cooler on the unit is built using heat pipes, a large aluminum fin array, and a partially metallic shroud along with two 90 mm cooling fans. Pricing is expected to be set at 1199 Yuan, or roughly $190. Unfortunately, this highly-clocked GTX 750 Ti card won't be coming to the U.S. market.

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  • thundervore
    I always wanted a Zotac GPU but now I think MSI have surpassed them. I remember back in the day when Zotac was the only brand on the market that gave you more video outputs that you knew what to do with which was awesome as other brands were just giving you 2 DVI or a DVI and a VGA lol. Now everyone gives at least 4 video outputs so the Zotac boat has sailed and I missed it.
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  • frank the tank
    I was hoping from the title that zotac made a thunderbolt external 750TI for use in laptops. i think the idea would work great for ultrabook and laptop gamers.
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  • jasonelmore
    yeah the title is un-needably mis-leading. it should have said, "Zotac Release's new 750Ti called Thunderbolt"
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