Palit has announced that they will be working closer in cooperation with EK Water Blocks. This mutual decision has been made in order to provide the best possible support to customers deciding to watercool their Palit engineered graphics cards. Palit always takes it a step further and develops electrically improved versions of graphics cards offering substantialy higher performance and reliability out-of-the-box.
I’m sure you probably haven’t heard of the brand Xenon, up until now we haven’t either. Apparently Xenon is a Palit sub-brand for the Korean market. It looks like someone from the Chiphell Forums got their hands on a Xenon JetStream GeForce GTX 760 and has posted photos as well as ran a few tests on the card. Of course if you didn’t know the GeForce GTX 760 has not been announced by NVIDIA yet!
“Palit’s GeForce GTX 680 JetStream offers several enhancements compared the NVIDIA reference design, like a quiet triple fan cooler, overclock out of the box and reduced power consumption. The best improvement is certainly that it comes at no price increase compared to the reference design.”
Our friends at Palit, who usually aren’t happy with the reference design of video cards anyway, have come up with a new version of the HD 4870 X2, with two fans blowing on a pair of heatpipe coolers to cool off those cookin’ GPUs. Taking up three expansion slots, this may be the largest gaming video card ever built. Billed by Palit as “the first custom designed HD 4870 X2″, the card not only sports custom cooling, but also a Palit-designed PCB, and four different output interfaces. In addition, they have overclocked the 2 gigs of GDDR5 memory. Read on as we check out the Palit Revolution 700 Deluxe!
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