Palit's GTX 660 Ti Jetstream offering is nearly identical to their custom GTX 670 that we've featured here not too long ago, equipped with an oversized but effective cooler, slight factory overclock and a competitive price tag. Can you really ask for more?
The basic premise of paying more for non-reference graphics cards is for better/quieter cooling, improved hardware componentry, and hopefully higher overclocking margins. Palit's GeForce GTX 670 Jetstream achieves all of that, along with a very competitive price tag to boast about.
Last Thursday evening, the winners of the inaugural Palit Nvidia Counter-Strike Tournament, dreamcape and Momentum, were awarded nearly $7,000 worth of product prizes at a dinner event, in conjunction with the launch of Palit's GeForce GTX 680 Jetstream edition here in Singapore.
Last month when Nvidia launched their consumer GeForce Kepler architecture, Palit was the first AIB vendor to debut a non-reference GTX 680 design with their Jetstream series, featuring a reworked 6-phase PWM (DrMOS) and an attractive triple-fan blue LED cooler.
In conjunction with the release of the award winning and fastest graphics card in the world Geforce GTX680 Jetstream, Palit and NVIDIA is proud to to present the inaugural "Palit-Nvidia CS Tournament – Gear up for Battle!" Competition. Each of the winning 5-man CS:S team will be rewarded with a record breaking Palit Jetstream GeForce GTX 680 and
NVIDIA's GTX 560 has been released for quite sometime and we had already done reviews on two different manufacturers of the card. Today, we get our hands on two more versions of the GTX 560, PALIT's GTX 560 OC Edition and PALIT's GTX 560 2GB version.
The recently released Nvidia GTX 560 comes in various forms. Different brands offer different clockspeed, coolers and also memory size. How do you decide which one to get?
A wide array of GTX 560 Ti card designs have popped up from Nvidia's partners. In this feature, we will be looking at Palit's GeForce GTX 560 Ti and GTX 560 Ti Sonic.
Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, announces the new generation of DX11 Fermi graphics GeForce GTX 580 series: GTX 580 and GTX 580 Sonic. Enhance with staggering performance, innovative new thermal design, and the latest GTX gaming technologies. GeForce GTX 580 series is the most powerful weapon for extreme gaming!
The Palit GeForce GTS 450 Low Profile Edition 1GB graphics card is a hot contender for HTPC builds, with support for DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD bitstreaming over HDMI. Lacklustre performance is often associated with half-height cards; will the Palit dispel such perceptions? Check it out in VR-Zone.com‘s exclusive!
Factory-overclocked to 800MHz, the Palit GeForce GTX 460 Sonic Platinum 1GB is easily one of the fastest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 cards around, straight out of the box. How does it fair against its older brother the GeForce GTX 465, and the higher-rated ATI Radeon HD 5850?
We have decided to do away with a review of our Palit GeForce GTX 465 by coming up with this overclocking feature. With ATI’s latest Catalyst 10.7 and NVIDIA’s Release 258.96 drivers, we compare how much faster the custom-built Palit gets when it is overclocked against the Radeon HD 5850. Hit up the link for all
Palit Microsystems held a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 series product launch in Singapore on 17 July 2010 at Sim Lim Square. VR-Zone.com brings you more details!
It’s mid-week now, the 14th of April, two days since NVIDIA’s troubled GeForce GTX 470 and GeForce GTX 480 cards were set to be available. There’s more stock flowing in to Sim Lim Square, Singapore’s favourite tech haunt. Gigabyte was first on the 12th, and now we have EVGA’s GeForce GTX 470 and 480, as
Palit announces its new custom design addition to the GT200 series: GTS 250 2GB, 1GB and 512MB. The new cards feature a higher core speed of 745MHz on its 0.8ns GDDR3 memory with a 256bit interface. The cooling system comprises of two-ball bearing PWM fan, heat-pipes, and copper base plating. The card comes with 4-phase power supply too.