ZOTAC GeForce GTX 560 Destroyer DTC inspired by Bugatti Veyron

Published: 16th Sep 2011, 02:10 GMT

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 560 Destroyer DTC inspired by Bugatti Veyron
ZOTAC plans to release new graphics card – GTX 560 Destroyer DTC, which was inspired by Bugatti Veyron design. Things have changed, not only is performance important now, but also how graphics card looks. ZOTAC Team know that very well, and this is exactly where this card is targeted.

The card is build on PCB particularly made only for this model. Chinese engineers from ZOTAC have changed quite a bit from reference build. Destroyer is equipped with two DVI, one HDMI and one DisplayPort external ports.

Cooling is also very complex and very efficient. Innovative cooling system is made from huge radiator and three pipelines to transport heat. Two fans will cool off whole card with fresh air without turbulence, it is believed that it will increase efficiency by 1.67%.







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