Tuesday, August 12th 2014

Palit Releases New GeForce GT 720 Series

Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, today introduced the latest GeForce GT 700 series, the Palit GeForce GT 720, which is the great option to make your PC experience faster-including web browsing, photo and video editing, and gaming.

Based on Kepler architecture, 192 CUDA cores Palit GeForce GT 720 offers ultra low power and great performance and features with 1GB/2GB of DDR3 memory that's superior to integrated graphics in all your PC multimedia applications.
Palit GeForce GT 720 series are equipped with variety of video outputs such as Dual-link DVI, VGA and HDMI which are suitable for all kinds of home theater display monitors and can support simultaneously 3 concurrent monitors. With HDMI video output, you can also enjoy the 4K resolution monitor visual effect.. Moreover, the FXAA antialiasing and Adaptive VSync technologies to enrich visual quality without compromising gaming performance. Palit provides 2 thermal solutions, for users who eager to have 0-dB PC environment, can take Palit GT 720 Heatsink solution. Besides Heatstink, for some regions, users who want to have small slim one slot graphics card to fit in the small PC, Palit GeForce GT 720 active fan cooler can be the perfect choice to pick.

Palit GeForce GT 720 features:
  • 192 Kepler CUDA cores
  • 3 multi displays support
  • Ultra low power consumption (19W)
  • UHD (4K) support
  • DirectX 12 support
  • PhysX technology
The rich gaming performance contributed by the NVIDIA 3D Vision and PhysX technologies. With an excellent graphics engine and ultra low (19W) power consumption, the GT 720 gives you 2x faster web browsing, 5x faster video editing, and 8x faster photo editing compared to integrated graphics and also offers the great performance/Watt experience. You can play modern games with advanced and reliable dedicated graphics and enjoy 70% faster performance than integrated graphics with a rich and smooth gaming experience.
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