Zotac 9400GT 512MB

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Using nVidia’s nTune, I managed to raise the core frequency from 550 MHz to 760 MHz and the memory frequency from 1350 MHz to 1800 MHz. This was a stable overclock with the GPU temperature not topping 54 degrees C. With a fan cooling the GPU, I’m sure this card could be overclocked much further, but I didn’t want to risk it too much being that it is it
passively cooled.


As this card is fan-less, it’s completely silent. A joy for silence enthusiasts everywhere.


Zotac haven’t seemed to have released a price for this version of their 9400gt, so the price is somewhat unknown. But going by other cards of this type, it’s probably in the £40 region.

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Last modified: August 17, 2011

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