ZOTAC GTX 460 used in 3d SLI article - HifiMaailma magazine | Mar 2011

Zotac GTX460’s capabilities and performance were tested with a variety of Blu-ray 3D movies and games on several 3D displays. Connecting via HDMI to an Nvidia 3D Vision Ready 120Hz display, such as an LG W2363D or an Optoma HD67 video projector, was a veritable “Plug’n‘Play” experience: everything worked properly the first time out, no jumping through hoops required. Even more impressive was the way Zotac GTX460 breathed new life to a PC built from components considered state-of-the-art several years ago. A 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo might not be CPU of choice for hardcore gamers of today, but supported by a single GTX460 it managed perfectly playable frame rates on titles such as GTR2, Just Cause 2, Mafia II, Fallout New Vegas and Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising — even in 3D! An incompatibility issue between a Samsung 63-inch plasma and GeForce 260.99 drivers made reviewer’s life difficult for a while, but adding a 3D-compatible AV receiver between the TV and the PC solved the problem. This allowed the activation of Nvidia’s 3DTV Play software, resulting in excellent Blu-ray 3D playback and 3D gaming on the 63-inch 3D HDTV. Zotac GTX460’s low noise, low power consumption and excellent performance make it a fantastic choice for 3D gaming and Blu-ray 3D movies.