As we all know, based on Maxwell architecture NVIDIA GTX 750/750 Ti are two bad boys from Nvidia, they both won many hearts in terms of power consumption with better performance and less heat, there TDP were only 55W and 60W. For some consumers a Graphic card with no fan voice is high, and now it seems like Zotac hear their voices and today launches the first dual-slot Fanless version of the GTX 750 named as Zotac GTX 750 ZONE Edition.
ZOTAC launches passively cooled GeForce GTX 750 ZONE Edition
The card is with a small PCB design, coupled with double-6mm heat pipe for passive cooling solution, reasonable to say that cooling solution is more than enough for GM107 core. Zotac also slightly enhances the core frequency, The default is 1033MHz, turbo boost frequency is 1111MHz. In addition, the graphics card is equipped with 1GB /128bit GDDR5 memory, 5000MHz frequency is maintained unchanged.
Interface, GTX 750 Zone Edition with a double-stranded DVI, 1 x HDMI and a DisplayPort interface.
This card physique is too small and also silent. Only two PCI slots we can say also very suitable for small fanless chassis.