Palit GeForce 8800 GT with 3-phase power

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 30 2007 @ 14:16 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Palit unveiled an own design GeForce 8800 GT based graphics card. Most GeForce 8800 GTs currently available on the market use the reference design (or a slightly altered version) from NVIDIA but Palit took the time to make some adjustments.

The Palit GeForce 8800 GT features a cooling system that should be more quiet and it also features a 3-phase instead of a 2-phase power system which may result in lower temperatures and improved overclocking potential.
  • Palit’s Own Design GeForce 8800GT equipped with revolutionary cooling system which combines the advantage of silence from heatsink and the advantage of thermal conductivity from fan, offers something over and above the Nvidia reference design.

  • The Effective Cooling System fits on Palit GeForce 8800GT is designed by Palit’s R&D team. Palit GeForce 8800GT with revolutionary cooling system stably keeps the temperature of the GPU stays in a relative cooler status even in the overclocking situation, which is good news for the overclockers.

  • Lower Noise is produced by Palit’s own design GeForce 8800GT. With Palit’s revolutionary cooling system, the noise is successfully reduced to 29.5dB, provides better environment for noise concern customers.

  • 3-Phase Power Supply System for Palit’s own design GeForce 8800GT allows a better power solution than 2-phase power supply system in the market; as a result, the whole graphics card is able to stays in a lower temperature meanwhile lengthen the life of the graphics card and also enables the overclocking ability.
  • The clockspeeds are the same as the reference boards.

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