Palit released the first GeForce RTX 2070 versions GamingPro OC, GamingPro and Dual. And in the coming days is expected to release models GeForce RTX 2070 GameRock Premium, GameRock, JetStream and Super JetStream. They all share translative execution, RGB backlight and rear reinforcement plate.
Model GameRock with GameRock Premium JetStream and Super JetStream are similar to each other technically, but differ in maximum frequency. The flagship model with the prefix GameRock Premium runs at peak frequency 1815 MHz, GameRock – 1725 MHz. In turn, the Super JetStream operates at a frequency of 1740 MHz and JetStream – 1620 MHz. Memory frequency, all new products remained at the NVIDIA recommended level of 1750 (14 000) MHz.
All four have similar dimensions – 292 x 130 x 59,6 mm and a set of outputs – 3 DisplayPort 1.4, one HDMI 2.0 b and USB 3.1 Type-C/VirtualLink. Power connectors for connecting cables two BP – 6 – and 8-pin PCI-E Power. On printed circuit boards considering the graphics cards are soldered ten (“8 + 2”) power phases with the use of highly integrated elements.
Cooling system novelties combines a decorative cover, a couple of fans of size ~100 mm, two sections of aluminum fins, a few copper heat pipes support plate-radiators for the cooling of the VRM area and memory chips, as well as the rear reinforcement plate.
Price on version of NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards from Palit RTX 2070 starts at $600.