Palit Introduces GTX 1050 Ti KalmX with Passive Cooling

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅08.02.2017 15:23:25


Palit introduces the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti KalmX graphics card with a passive cooling design guaranteeing absolute silence at 0dB noise. The Palit GTX 1050 Ti KalmX provides enough graphics processing power to tackle on the latest game titles and even the most demanding games in full 1080P HD at 60 frames per second.

Built For Gaming
The GTX 1050 Ti KalmX is based from the NVIDIA Pascal architecture featuring an improved performance and power efficiency over previous generation graphics cards. Run classic and modern games at 1080p @ 60FPS with ease.

ThunderMaster
The Palit ThunderMaster is a utility program for the graphics card under Windows, and provides you to boost performance of the graphics card and to monitor the GPU information, which will only function correctly in conjunction with your new graphics adapter.

Features
- The first passive cooler for GTX1050 Ti in the market
- Two nickel plated heat pipes
- Vast volume of nickel plated fins
- Copper base with heat pipes for best heat dissipation from GPU to fins
- No external power required, good for small case PC
- Affordable GTX series product, great C/P value


Specifications
Memory: 4096MB
Memory Interface: 128bit
DRAM Type: GDDR5
Graphics Clock: Base Clock : 1290MHz / Boost Clock : 1392MHz
Memory Clock: 3500MHz (DDR 7000MHz)
CUDA Cores: 768
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec): 112
Microsoft DirectX: 12
OpenGL: 4.5
Bus Support: PCI-E 3.0 x 16
Dual-Link DVI: YES
HDMI: HDMI 2.0
DisplayPort: YES
Maximum Digital Resolution: 4096x2160
Maximum VGA Resolution: 2048x1536
Height: 2 Slot
Board Size: 182mm x 142mm
Graphics Card Power: 75W
Minimum Recommended System Power: 300 W
Accessory: Manual, Driver Disc


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Check out the Palit GTX 1050 Ti KalmX at the Palit website.

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