Palit launches GeForce RTX 4080/4070 Ti JetStream series without RGB

Published: Mar 22nd 2023, 09:10 GMT   Comments

Palit wants gamers to ‘get through the challenges ahead’ with the RTX 40 JetStream series

Today Palit announces two graphics cards based on RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 Ti SKUs.

It has definitely been a while since Palit had a JetStream GPU. The last known JetStream was the RTX 3070 model released more than two years ago. Before the company’s portfolio had been updated with models such as GamingPro and GameRock, JetStream GPUs were among the most powerful SKUs, but this is unlikely to change now.

The new JetStream should now be considered a budget option, and for a good reason. Gamers will find no RGB lighting on these cards and factory-overclocking is not to be seen either. This, of course, does not rule out a possibility of OC models being released later, but as of today, there are no such models yet.

The company introduced RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 Ti SKUs today, both looking mostly identical. This is of course, possible because AD103 and AD104 GPUs are pin-compatible, and board partners can launch both SKUs with little to no changes to the design. Furthermore, the power characteristics of both SKUs are very similar too, ranging from 320W to 285W, so the thermal design is suitable for both.

GeForce RTX 4080/4070Ti JetStream, Source: Palit

Officially, RTX 40 JetStream GPUs are 3.1 slots high (63.5 mm), and 329 mm long. This is unquestionably not the smallest card around, but on a 300W GPU it is probably better to have three fans instead of two. It is also very likely that dual-fan models are coming later for RTX 4070 non-Ti/RTX 4060 series, but that is of course just a guess.

GeForce RTX™ 4080 & RTX™ 4070 Ti JetStream
Essential Design. Focused on Performance.

Sedate, silent, yet powerful. The Palit GeForce RTX™ 40 JetStream fashioned in jet-black with geometric block patterns demonstrates a performance-focused design that remains the essences to achieve any gaming and creator application.

Restrained from flashy lights, the JetStream reveals the philosophy of Less is More. Its stealthy approach intends to suit users who prefer function over form, or fancy to keep their pcs in dark presence.

Gamer’s Select. Jet Through the Challenges Ahead.
Concealed within the JetStream’s discrete design is a true marvel of engineering that brings impeccable thermal solution and low-noise operation.

To ensure superior aerodynamic performance, the Gale Hunter Fan cooling system is packed to offer concentrated and smooth airflow. An Ultra-Wide Copper Base adhered to both the GPU and VRAM effectively absorbs heat, keeping the GPU temperatures always in check. The model also possesses a matching Metal Backplate with golden-ratio cut-outs to dissipate hot airs while providing extra rigidity.

The GeForce RTX™ 40 JetStream fully incorporates NVIDIA’s revolutionary technologies such as NVIDIA DLSS 3, NVIDIA Reflex, and NVIDIA Broadcast. Consumers will experience immersive visuals and AI-enhanced creating process without compromising on performance.

Let the JetStream be your stealthy companion as you take on the most demanding tasks with ease.

Palit has not yet confirmed pricing for their JetStream RTX 40 cards.

GeForce RTX 4080/4070Ti JetStream, Source: Palit

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