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Palit Announced Another Legend GeForce GTX 670 JetStream

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, May 10, 2012.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, has unleashed the GeForce GTX 670 graphics card. It taps into the powerful Kepler architecture to deliver faster, smoother, richer gaming. It’s more than state-of-the-art technology and features. It’s truly game-changing performance.

    Following with GeForce GTX 680 JetStream, JetStream 風– that introduces innovative custom cooling and optimized overclocked capabilities to deliver the ultimate gaming experience, now continuing to represent the exciting new series is the Palit GeForce GTX 670 JetStream, which offers incredible overclocked performance, low noise emission, as well as a powerful cooling design for efficient heat dissipation.


    The Powerful Just Got Better - 12% Overclocking Performance
    When it comes to overclocked performance, the Palit GeForce GTX 670 Jetstream is integrated with DrMOS, which is a suite of optimized multi-chip power stage modules designed to offer high current circuitry, low noise levels and low heat emission. And the optimized design that ensures stable voltage supply, it’s no wonder the Palit GeForce GTX 670 JetStream is capable of transforming your PC into a visual powerhouse.

    Extreme Cooling Meets Whisper Quiet - 7°C Cooler, 3dB Quieter
    Worthy of its Jetstream moniker, the Palit GeForce GTX 670 Jetstream comes equipped with two 90mm fans that are strategically placed to draw heat away from the PCB. All dual TurboFan Blade fans are designed to generate powerful air stream and air pressure. Though the Jetstream series offers a powerful cooling system, it by no means generates a large amount of noise. In fact, the Palit GeForce GTX 670 Jetstream is 7°C cooler and 3dB quieter when compared to reference cards.

    Not only the GeForce GTX 670 JetStream, Palit also provides another custom design GeForce GTX 670 with new thermal cooler. Adopted with DrMOS and its new thermal design, which can ensure the extreme overclocking performance and stability. With its stunning Diamond check thermal outlook design, Palit GeForce GTX 670 offers gamers additional outstanding options to experience groundbreaking gaming performance.

    Palit GeForce GTX670 Jetstream Features
    • Dual Fan: A Dual Fan design offers double the cooling performance, and combined with the 9CM-9CM Smart Fans, heat is effectively drawn away from hot spots.
    • LED Lighting: Fancy blue LED lighting on the Palit Jetstream’s thermal solution provides ambient lighting to further immerse gamers into the gaming world.
    • TurboFan Blade: Inspired by the power of jet engines, the TurboFan Blade is designed to improve cooling performance by generating a powerful air stream and air pressure.
    • DrMOS: DrMOS, originally only available for high-end server CPUs, is now available in all its glory in the next generation of Palit graphics cards. DrMOS offers high current circuits, low noise operation, and effective reduction of heat generation.
    • Simultaneous 3 X DVI monitor support: With its optimized video output, the Palit Jetstream supports 3 DVI connections using a single graphics card. *through HDMI-DVI dongle
    • Optimized Air Flow: The 9CM-9CMSmart Fan system consists of dual fans with alternating blade rotations. Each adjacent fan rotates in a different direction to reduce airflow conflicts and effectively improve overall cooling performance.
  2. No_Asylum New Member

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    I think I've found my next card
  3. 1c3d0g


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    LOVE the huge dual fan design. This one vs. the Asus TOP model, both are absolutely incredible IMO!

    Edit: on second thought, after reading TPU's review, I'll stick with ASUS' perfect "10" design.
    Last edited: May 11, 2012

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