Palit intros the GTX 1080 Dual OC with server technology

Palit GTX 1080 Dual OC

 

Palit has unleashed the latest in their GTX 1080 line up with the GTX 1080 Dual OC graphics card. The new card features DrMOS server grade technologies for enhanced durability, along with a unique honeycomb bracket that “increases airflow by up to 15%, allowing the heat generated from GPU to be exhausted via the honeycomb design bracket”. Other features on the Dual OC include their “0dB TECH” which keeps fans off during light loads such as internet browsing and light office work, ensuring a quiet operation until temperatures hit 50 degrees Celsius. Below are the full specifications for the GTX 1080 Dual OC:

 

Palit GTX 1080 Dual OC

 

Specification:

  • Memory Amount: 8G
  • Memory Interface: 256bit
  • DRAM Type: GDDR5X
  • Graphics Clock: Base Clock : 1620MHz / Boost Clock : 1759MHz
  • Memory Clock: 5000MHz (effective 10000MHz)
  • CUDA Cores: 2560
  • Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec): 320
  • Microsoft DirectX: 12 API with feature level 12_1
  • OpenGL: 4.5
  • Bus Support: PCI-E 3.0 x 16
  • Dual-Link DVI: Yes
  • HDMI: HDMI 2.0b
  • DisplayPort: DP1.4 x 3
  • Maximum Digital Resolution: 7680×4320@60Hz
  • Height: 2 Slot
  • Board Size: 267mm x 112mm
  • Graphics Card Power: 180 W
  • Minimum Recommended System Power: 500 W
  • Supplementary Power Connectors: 8-pin x 1
  • Accessory: Manual, DVD Driver, Power Cable

 

Key Feature:

  • Palit GeForce® GTX 1080 own design version, provides the best C/P ratio
  • OverClocked Edition
  • 8GB, 10Gbps GDDR5X on board memory
  • Dual Fan Design, Dual Slot Solution
  • 0dB tech (Keep Silent while you are experiencing the multimedia application and general workload.)
  • DrMOS
  • Honeycomb Bracket
  • ThunderMaster Utility

Palit GTX 1080 Dual OC

While the Dual OC is not going to win any prizes for aesthetics, there is no denying that Palit have put together a more than capable card in a fairly compact size. Not everyone wants a three-slot monster in their chassis with blinking LED’s everywhere, so Palit has given us a subtle option here. No mention has been made to a release date or even pricing for that matter, with the only details being provided on the official product page here.

 

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