We’re getting very close to the expected launch date of the new GeForce GTX 970 GPU from Nvidia, and we’re seeing more and more leaks, pictures and details about the various versions. We saw the specifications and reference design first and then later it was the beautiful MSI Gaming TwinFrozr V cooler that got pictured.
The next tease we get is from Zotac and their version of the GTX 970 card. The image was spotted by keen eyes on PCHub’s Facebook page. It wasn’t a share in itself, but instead buried as a reply to another post. Well done ‘slyce’ for both finding and sharing it with the members of overclockers forums, and now all of us too. It is however a clever leaked image as it doesn’t really show us much besides the fans. We can however see the HDMI 2.0, the DisplayPort and dual DVI, but that’s about it.
The card is based on the new 28 nm GM204 silicon that is said to feature 1664 CUDA cores, 138 TMUs, 32 ROPs and a 256-bit wide memory interface with 4GB of memory. We can see the memory confirmed on the packaging above, but for the rest we’ll just have to wait for further confirmation and leak, and you can be sure that there will be more soon.
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Image courtesy of PChub