Palit’s new “KalmX” line promises totally silent cards.
Palit is a little known brand outside Asia, but it has consistently proven to be an innovative partner for Nvidia. Palit shows this innovation once again with the announcement that it plans to release two passively cooled cards based on Nvidia’s Maxwell powered GeForce GTX 750 and GeForce GTX 750 Ti.
The heatsink on Pait’s KalmX passive cooler has two nickel plated heat pipes that traverse through a “vast volume” of nickel plated fins that draw heat away from the GPU and RAM.
Palit didn’t change much with either card’s specs. The Palit GTX 750 Ti KalmX has 640 CUDA cores and is clocked at 1020 MHz and a 1185 MHz boost clock. There’s 2GB of GDDR5 memory, which is clocked at 5.5 GHz on a 182-bit memory interface. The GTX 750 KalmX has the same clock and boost speeds but has 512 CUDA cores instead. It also packs the same amount of memory, albeit on a 128-bit bus that’s clocked at 5 GHz.
Palit has yet to release details on pricing or availability.