Zotac's latest card has three DisplayPorts and a DVI connector - meaning quadruple-display support.
Zotac has announced what it claims is the world's first Fermi-powered graphics card capable of running four monitors simultaneously, in a clear attempt to catch up with AMD's EyeFinity.
The Zotac GeForce GTX 460 3DP features, as the name suggests, three DisplayPort connectors along with a more traditional dual-link DVI conector, giving the card the ability to run four independent displays with a combined resolution of up to 6,400 x 1,200.
While it isn't quite as impressive as the six-screen layouts
we've seen AMD's EyeFinity technology running, it's still impressive stuff - and gives fans of the green camp a taste of things to come.
Carsten Berger, Zotac's marketing director, claimed the move came as "quadruple-display computing is becoming more popular for gaming and office use,
" and confirmed that the card will come bundled with a copy of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
Aside from the multi-monitor support, Zotac's latest card is a pretty standard GeForce GTX 460. The clock speed has been given a boost to 710MHz to better cope with multiple monitors, and there are hints that the card will have 2GB of GDDR5 RAM - although Zotac's official specs refer to a 1GB version. Whether this means there will be two editions launched, or if it's just a mistake in the box art, remains to be seen.
The card will be hitting shelves soon, but Zotac has yet to confirm UK pricing.
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