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Palit announces their first non-reference GTX285

Palit 285Palit Microsystems Ltd., have announced their first custom designed GeForce GTX285, soon to be available in both 1GB and 2GB versions. 

The Palit GeForce GTX285 2GB is the first of its type available in the graphics card market. RAM limitations at extreme resolutions and anti-aliasing settings should no longer be an issue with such a large amount available. Both the Palit GeForce GTX285 1GB and 2GB variants run at a core speed of 648MHz and a 2500MHz speed on the GDDR3 512bit memory.

The GeForce GTX285 series of graphics cards come complete with Nvidias CUDA and PhysX technologies, enabling real-time physics calculations and blazing performance in the latest DirectX 10 games. The GTX285 provides up to 50% more performance than was available in previous generations of graphics cards.
Palit 285 cooler


Palit have designed an innovative cooling solution for their custom GTX285 cards, with two PWM fans and four heat-pipes providing amazing cooling performance whilst being a trustworthy solution to the issue of heat output. Originally conceived for a twin GPU setup, the two PWM fans are capable of providing plenty of airflow to keep the card cool without compromising the pleasure of a quiet gaming environment.

Read the official Palit press release here

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19-02-2009, 06:33:55

Why do Windows keep refering to us as 'partners' ?

19-02-2009, 06:42:00


Why do Windows keep refering to us as 'partners' ?

What? :S

19-02-2009, 06:46:59

"Partners will now be able to pair the Core i7 CPU and SSD of their choice together for a fairly solid 10-15% discount."

"this is sure to be welcome to those partners interested in them"

19-02-2009, 06:48:27

Lol at that price i'd rather buy an OCZSSD and i7 it would work out cheaper... What would be useful is for them to give something for free with an i7 say they made some decent DDR3 ram and bundled that with it...

19-02-2009, 06:57:35


"Partners will now be able to pair the Core i7 CPU and SSD of their choice together for a fairly solid 10-15% discount."

"this is sure to be welcome to those partners interested in them"

you said windows.. its intel..

19-02-2009, 07:03:21


you said windows.. its intel..

Absolutely right (Doh!)
But anyway, what's with the partner's thing, what happened to customers? Is this a civil rights political correctness thing ?

19-02-2009, 07:10:09

The partner is the reseller and not the end customer. I am registered with Intel as a partner because I build and sell PC's, that is their target audience.

19-02-2009, 07:10:45

WC Annihilus
I'm pretty sure it's for channel partners and not directly to the customers themselves.

Edit: Stu beat me

19-02-2009, 10:42:58


19-02-2009, 14:00:36

Doesn't encourage me tbh.

If it goes as oem purchasable, I still don't see the right attraction.

Probably drummed up b4 they're due to cut the costs of both items and will go when the cut comes.

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