Zotac GeForce GTX 465 Graphics Card Review

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Zotac GeForce GTX 465

Zotac GeForce GTX 465 Launch Review

It has been just over two months since the release of Nvidias GTX 400 series which hit the market with the high end GTX 480 and 470 models. These offered enthusiasts performance far in excess of the previous generation of Nvidia cards and brought with them a significant improvement in features thanks to support for DirectX11 and DirectCompute 5.0.

To tie in with Computex 2010 Nvidia is today launching the GTX 465 which brings the same GF100 architecture and features which were present in the GTX 480 and 470 to a new price point, sub $300/£255. We will be running the new card through a number of real world tests including DX 9/10/11 gaming, 3D Vision, PhysX, CUDA and 3D movie playback to establish how it fits into the current marketplace; including comparisons with cards such as the GTX 285, 470 and Radeon 5000 series.

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