Palit Geforce GTX 750 Ti Kalmx Silent 2GB GDDR5 Card, NE5X75T00941-1073H- Replaced by the Palit GeForce GTX 1050 Ti KalmX Fanless 4GB GDDR5, NE5105T018G1-1070H
The Palit GTX750 Ti KalmX is currently Nvidia's faster totally fanless graphics card that provides medium performance for 3D gaming or multi-monitor systems.
Turbocharge your silent gaming experience with Palit KalmX GTX 750 Ti, it is powered by new generation NVIDIA Maxwell architecture, delivering twice the performance of previous generation cards at half power consumption.
- Fanless, totally silent
- High performance 3D gaming / multi-monitor card (occupies two slots)
- Maximum resolution: 4096 x 2160
- Multi output port types: Dual Link DVI-I, Dual Link DVI-D, mHDMI 1.4a
- Up to three outputs can be used simultaneously for multi-monitor configurations
- G3D benchmark rating: 3643
mHDMI, DL-DVI-D and DL-DVI-I outputs
|Specifications||GTX 750 Ti Kalmx|
|Graphics Clock||Base Clock 1020MHz / Boost Clock 1085MHz|
|Memory Clock||2700MHz (DDR 5400MHz)|
|Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)||86.4|
|NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready||Yes|
|NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology||Yes|
|NVIDIA CUDA Technology||Yes|
|NVIDIA GPU Boost||2.0|
|NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync||Yes|
|NVIDIA FXAA Technology||Yes|
|NVIDIA TXAA Technology||Yes|
|Bus Support||PCI-E 3.0 x 16|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||4096x2160|
|Maximum VGA Resolution||2048x1536|
|Dual-Link DVI||Dual Link DVI-I and Dual Link DVI-D|
|Dimensions||Height 145mm, Length 185mm, Width 31mm (2 slots)|
|Graphics Card Power||60 W|
|Minimum Recommended System PSU||300 W|
Office just became slightly quieter
My 8 year old Radeon 6600 finally died. Amazed at how much has changed - on paper, this is 3 times faster and uses 1/3 less power. No fan either - happy camper.
Easy to fit though it is a big brute.
I hadn't come across DVI-I before so was a little concerned about whether that would work with my DVI-D monitors. No problems at all.
Did I mention - NO FAN!!
Palit GTX 750 Ti Kalmx Silent 2GB GDDR5 Card, NE5X75T00941
This is the greatest fanless graphics card at this moment. Combinations of these two made a satisfactory solution: Nvidia's Maxwell architecture + Palit's Heatsink. What to look for is, its size is a little big so it might not fit into small PC cases. Somewhat a well-ventilated case also requires [ CR-95C ---> I5-3570K ]. I have used that fanless cpu cooler for three years.
The CR-95C is huge! pretty big! and its size has shown a near-perfect cooling. Naturally, Graphics card's cooler is much smaller than that of CPU. But Kalmx GTX750 ti's heatsink is every bit as good as CR-95C in terms of temperature. Thermal Imaging Temperature Measurements shows a well-balanced cooling in whole circuit-board, too.