GALAX launches the GeForce GTX 9-series graphics cards
September 19, 2014 // 3:35 a.m.
GALAX, a leading manufacturer of performance gaming products, recently merged from Galaxy and KFA2, announced today the release of the GeForce GTX 980 series and GeForce GTX 970 Series Graphics cards.
Both series are built with the latest Maxwell GPU architecture to deliver jaw dropping performance with double the efficiency of previous generations. With the additional custom features with GALAX raise the bar even further with an aggressive factory overclock, enhanced PCB design and superior custom coolers.
A host of exciting new graphics technologies makes their debut with the GALAX GTX 900 series, including NVIDIA GameWorks technology, GameStream technology, and Super Resolution is about to provide 4K quality with 1080P monitor.
All cards are DirectX 12 capable and support multi display gaming on a single card. Gamers can connect up to four simultaneous displays to the GALAX GeForce GTX 980/970 series, including one DVI-I, one HDMI, and three DisplayPort connections.
The GALAX GeForce GTX 9 series are available at all leading online and in-store retailers world wide. For further information, please contact email@example.com
About GALAX. Originally founded in 1994 as Galaxy Microsystems LTD, GALAX has grown exponentially in Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, China and Europe. After years of private labeling for many tier one brands in the US, in 2007 Galaxy entered the US etail and channel market.
As consumer demand increased, Galaxy entered the retail space in 2009 to help further distribute their aggressively priced high quality cards. To better serve our growing global customer base, Galaxy merged with its European brand KFA2 in 2014 to form GALAX. For further information about GALAX, visit www.galax.net
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