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Palit Showcases GeForce GTX 750 and 750 Ti Adapters from StormX Series
Palit GeForce GTX 750 StormX OC is based on a fresh Nvidia GM107-300 (Maxwell architecture) GPU. Its nominal and dynamic frequency has been boosted from 1020/1085 MHz to 1085/1163 MHz correspondingly. The improvement has touched also video memory (1 GB GDDR5): its nominal and efficient frequency has been raised from 1250/5000 MHz to 1275/5100 MHz. The incorporation of StormX cooler with TurboFan Blade 80 mm fan ensures that all internal components preserved optimal thermal conditions.
Palit GeForce GTX 750 Ti StormX OC comes with Nvidia GM107-400 GPU that runs at 1085 MHz (nominal) and 1163 MHz (dynamic) clock frequency. The card employs 2 GB of GDDR5 memory with 128-bit rail; it operates at 1375 MHz (nominal) and 5500 MHz (effective) frequency. Cooling is secured by an analogous StormX cooler with high efficiency and low noise level.
To continue, the last GeForce GTX 750 Ti StormX Dual is based on Nvidia GM107-400 GPU with an unprecedented overclocking potential: it runs at 1202/1281 MHz frequency. The same amelioration has been attached to 2 GB of GDDR5 memory; the latter operates at 1502/6008 MHz frequency. The PCB is equipped with top-tier components, including Low RDS transistors, ferrite chokes, and solid capacitors.
Such groundbreaking enhancement is due to a powerful StormX Dual design, not to the incorporation of an additional power connector. StormX Dual embraces two 80 mm TurboFan Blade fans, which proved to be efficient in coping with the heightened heat output.
It must also be stressed that all three models are furnished with Thunder Master software package that is called to facilitate various overclocking experiments. The triple comes with identical video interfaces (1x mini-HDMI, 1x D-Sub, 1x DVI-D) and supports all newest technologies: OpenGL 4.4, DirectX 11.2, as well as G-Sync, 3D Vision, GPU Boost 2.0, Blu Ray 3D, FXAA, VSync, Surround from Nvidia.