Palit Releases GeForce GTX465 At Computex 2010
31st May 2010 - Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, announces the non-reference design Palit GTX 465, leveraging the same Fermi architecture found in GeForce GTX480/470, GeForce GTX465 is the newest performance option for Direct11 gaming. The Palit GeForce GTX465 will feature dual fans and 4 Video outputs which support HDMI, DisplayPort, and two Dual-Link DVI display outputs.
The Palit cooler & quieter thermal solution is designed with more fans and fins in order to optimize the revolutionary Fermi architecture performances. The cooler & quieter thermal system features Dual Fan to get double air-flow, a heatsink made of a pure cooper base and heat pipes attached to aluminum fins to maximize cooling performance. The cooler consists of a PWM fan with optimized heatsink, giving it excellent thermal performance while making it an ideal cooling solution.
The GeForce GTX 465 is built upon the same great DX11 architecture as the GTX 480. It has 352 CUDA cores, 44 texture unites, 32 ROP unites and a 256-bit memory interface with 1GB of GDDR5 memory. It relies on the same GF100 chip used in GeForce GTX 480 and 470 GPUs. GTX 465 also provides gamers with core GeForce GTX features such as 3D Vision, PhysX and CUDA, which enhance the gaming experience. PC Gamers who upgrade to GeForce GTX465 will get great frame rates on the DX9 and DX10 games that are predominant today, and also be ready for the next generation of DirectX11 games of tomorrow that will be released over the next few years.