Palit Announces GTX 770 OC Graphics Card
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
Palit Microsystems, the world’s largest graphics card vendor, just recently announced its GTX 770 Overclocked graphics cards. The graphics card uses Nvidia’s GTX 770 GPU but overclocked to 1085MHz on the core, up from 1046MHz stock, and 1137MHz boost, up from 1085MHz stock. The memory frequency, like with most OC graphics cards these days, remains at the stock speed of 7GHz effective. Palit claim you should expect to see around 7% more performance than you would on a stock GTX 770. Palit claim to be using copper based chockes and DrMOS for enhanced stability and further overclocking potential. Palit have equipped a dual slot cooler that uses three 80mm fans designed to operate at a low RPM. The cooler uses a 6 phase core VRM for the GPU and 2 phase memory VRM. Pricing should be competitive with all other overclocked GTX 770s on the market made by big graphics card vendors.
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