Published on 7th February 2017 by
The card comes with a five-year warranty (this may vary by region), which is broken down into two years with the manufacturer and three years with Zotac after that initial period, provided users register their cards with Zotac.
Originally Posted by stealth80And so you shouldn't, I think I would cry if someone told me they used a 1080 for 1080P, I use mine for 1440P and its a sweet match
Originally Posted by DavidThat's quite impressive, although I'd be more impressed if the PCB didn't rise above the PCI bracket.
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