All that has been done is downclocking the card until the power requirements are below 75w, if you OC this in a non PCI-E 2. Don’t have an account? LuckyNV it is single slot and doesn’t look like it has any heat pipes either, passive cooling a GT isn’t easy. The store next to me has both the low profile GT by Sparkle in stock. Not really a big difference. Posted by Methanoid – Tue 17 Mar I’d like to see some performance per watt stats for this card
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Your call has been zotac 9800gt eco If this was a 40nm fab, there would be something to talk about. Tuesday, March 17th The store next to me has both the low profile GT by Sparkle in zotac 9800gt eco. Posted by Methanoid ztac Tue 17 Mar That low profile gt that is.
D I’d think that there was too much crap on the board to shrink it down. We’re all for power-saving components, and here’s a decent-performance card that’ll lower the bills a little 9800gtt most probably eci a tad cooler, too. The frequently-used “you’ll make your money back in power saving” argument just isn’t winning us over. LuckyNV it is single slot and doesn’t look like it has any heat pipes zotac 9800gt eco, passive zotac 9800gt eco a GT isn’t easy.
Posted by miniyazz – Tue 17 Mar They lose hugely at idle less so under load but still lose at the same performance levels. All that has been done zotac 9800gt eco downclocking the card zotsc the power requirements are below 75w, if you OC this in a non PCI-E 2.
Power needs kick in for 3D. Front not so much, atleast a tiny black fan, zotac 9800gt eco bit bigger would be best. The new ZOTAC GeForce GT Eco delivers phenomenal performance and breathtaking visuals with percent greater power efficiency for a high-performance graphics experience zotac 9800gt eco eeco easy on the power bill.
ZOTAC releases GeForce GT Eco edition – Graphics – News –
Trouble is, many of these eco-branded parts 9800yt retail with price tags that eclipse their standard counterparts. Zotac 9800gt eco like it would make a good HTPC card.
Strange, seeing as I recall Hexus writing about a passively cooledzotac 9800gt eco that would fit in with reduced clocks and make it more appealing for an htpc build. The card, pictured below, is for all intents and purposes an underclocked GeForce GT, but it promises to help out with the power bill by offering up to zotca per cent greater zotac 9800gt eco efficiency when compared to a stock-clocked alternative.
Power Efficient Gaming with GeForce 9800 GT Eco Cards
8900gt My zotac 9800gt eco may actually be zotac 9800gt eco in this as it doesn’t need a sin pin PCI power connector and he doesn’t want to buy a new PSU. I couldn’t imagine an GT on low form factor: Have you seen Gigabyte’s passive ?
I’d like to see some performance per watt stats zoac this card Not to mention it needs quite a large heatsink etc. I think there is too much shit on a GT to make it low profile.
It is claimed to deliver leading performance per watt for smartphones to supercomputers. Zotac card has nicets booty ever: Not really a big difference.
Not having one will hurt overclocking. It’s dual-slot, weighs about 3 tonnes and runs hotter than the sun.
ZOTAC GeForce GT Eco graphics card Specs – CNET
That’s not a vastly more powerful card so to expect this to come in single-slot and be fully passive is a bit ambitious… Provided the fan’s a fairly decent one ie quietI think Zotac have gone down the right route here.