Tuesday, September 7th 2010

Palit Readies Non-Reference GeForce GTS 450 Graphics Card

Palit is ready with its own-design GeForce GTS 450-based graphics card. Palit's design looks nearly identical to that of its GeForce GTX 460. It uses a red-colored custom-design PCB, a fan heatsink with a shroud that spans along the length of the card, and display connectivity that includes two DVI, an HDMI, and a DisplayPort. Palit will release a base-model that sticks to the reference clock speeds of 783/1566/900(3600) MHz core/shader/memory, while Sonic, and Sonic+ factory-overclocked models could be in the works. The company is also said to be working on a SFF-friendly low-profile model based on the GTS 450. Palit's base model card is priced around the $136 mark.

Source: PCWorld France
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5 Comments on Palit Readies Non-Reference GeForce GTS 450 Graphics Card

#1
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
low profile GTS450 aye.....

Nice to see palit stick with that super short PCB they used for their GTX460's
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#2
ToTTenTranz
by: wolf
low profile GTS450 aye.....

Nice to see palit stick with that super short PCB they used for their GTX460's
Erm.. that's not low profile. It's just a relatively short full-width card.
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wolf
Performance Enthusiast
by: ToTTenTranz
Erm.. that's not low profile. It's just a relatively short full-width card.
by: btarunr
The company is also said to be working on a SFF-friendly low-profile model based on the GTS 450
thats what I was talking about, I know this model is full height, and looks like the same dimensions as the GTX460's they make.
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#4
choppy
by what size is the card shorter?
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#5
Steevo
red card to confuse users.
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