Conclusion

The GTX680 AMP! has proven itself to be an excellent non-reference version of the GTX680, with a very quiet cooler and still managing a 50MHz increase in core clock after the reference clock.

The card does start to make some noise when running tests made to work your card to the max but in gaming you’ll likely rarely hear the card unless you’re really into silent computing.

The supplied bundle was good.  It’s nice to see games being included.

This Zotac card sells for around £460. This is £60 more than a reference GTX680, are the improved core clocks, temperatures and acoustics worth that amount? I think so as it’s much faster aswell as being much quieter than a reference card.

Pros

  • Amazing performance
  • Flashy looks
  • Very quiet
  • Runs cool
  • Huge stock overclocks

Cons

  • Might cost too much onto of a reference card for some people
  • Quite long

 

Finally I would like to thank Chris at Zotac for being very patient and happy to answer questions!

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William Hemmens