Palit GeForce GTX 560 Sonic Platinum

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Today we're going to try a new card produced by Palit, it is the GeForce GTX 560 standard version, without the Ti suffix, with the GF114 graphics chip but with 334 Shaders.It's characterized by a highly effective cooling system and very high operating frequencies that make the GeForce GTX 560 Sonic Platinum a video card with very interesting features and especially suited for overclocking.

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Palit Microsystems Ltd. is a Chinese company founded in 1988 and headquartered in Hong Kong, specialized in the design, production and distribution of graphics accelerators with the aim of ensuring reliability and innovation in every product. Thanks to its working principles, the company has managed to spread throughout the world by opening offices in Taipei and also in Germany. Through a strong collaborative relationship with customers Palit has managed to be one of the largest manufacturers of video cards, and to maintain the prestige in the world.

The leading company in China, founded in 1992, guarantees the reliability of the components through stringent scrutiny by specialized engineers, to ensure a high quality product, one of the highlights of Palit is also the research, through highly skilled teams, of technical solutions adapted to each market segment.


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Over the years the company has expanded greatly also buying the Gainward and Gainward Europe brand regarding the video cards field that, although on the market for more years than Palit, was sold for 1 million dollars. This event led to a significant increase in sales especially in the European market where the Gainward cards were already very popular.

The quality of Palit work is also recognizable by the fact that all company worldwide facilities are ISO 9001 certified and then meet all quality requirements for such certification. All graphics accelerators also have the WHQL (Windows Hardware Quality Labs) certification, granted by Microsoft to all computer products that have passed compatibility testing with Windows operating systems.

You can find more information on the official site: Palit Microsystem Ltd


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