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Palit GeForce GTX 660 A LaZy Review
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Thread started by lazy aim on Tuesday, pm April 30th with 10 replies. Views: 3, Thanks to one of our sponsors, Palit, I have been given the opportunity to give one of their graphics card a test run to see how I like it, and so far, I have absolutely loved it. This technology delivers the full potential of the graphics card through dynamically overclocking dependant on power consumption, GPU temperature, GPU utilisation and memory utilisation. In my many years of gaming, I have gone through the same process that everyone else has on picking a graphics card, one of, If not the most important part to a gaming rig.
The launch of the GTX series brought with it the new JetStream series which has done an excellent job of impressing us so far. The first thing we need to do is check out the package and see what's going on as far as the bundle is concerned. Once we've done that we'll take a closer look at the card itself and see how the JetStream cooler looks on the new GTX Ti before we take a look at the specifications and the overclocking ability. Once we've done that it will be time to move into our testbed, cover the cards that will be included in our graphs today and then see what's going on with the performance. The box design is very similar to the other JetStream models we've seen and when opening it up we get a strong explanation of what's going on with this series and the benefits it brings. Of course the biggest highlight is the cooler which is a dual fan design with optimized air flow. The other side of the box gives us a look at the card while turning the box over gives us a run down on some of the more GTX Ti specific features.
The GeForce GTX Ti graphics card represents the Kepler "sweet spot" for gamers-the ultimate combination of performance, power efficiency, and affordability. DrMOS is a suite of optimized multi-chip power stage modules designed to offer high current circuitry, low EMI noise levels and low heat emission. 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. Fancy blue LED lighting on the Palit Jetstream's thermal solution provides ambient lighting to further immerse gamers into the gaming world. 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, originally only available for high-end server CPUs, is now available in all its glory in the next generation of Palit graphics cards.
PALIT GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2048MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card
Installation of any of GeForce graphics cards is really easy. Preferably your power supply is compatible; most high-end PSUs built after the year have these connectors as standard. No further configuration is required or needed. Let's have a look at how much power draw we measure with this graphics card installed. The methodology: We have a device constantly monitoring the power draw from the PC. We simply stress the GPU, not the processor.