If you have fans and don’t want to fit a liquid cooling system then you might be interested in Palit’s latest unveiling.

Today they revealed their latest passively-cooled GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, which has a number of heat fins that keep the GTX without any moving parts, fluids, additional power, cables, or pipes, just a bunch of fins on top of a GPU.

However, most of its cooling capacity is thanks to the features that Nvidia added to the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, which is a naturally cool GPU.

This cooling solution simply adds a “vast volume” of nickel plated fins to the exterior of the 1050 Ti, with a small form-factor design that means that it should be great for a number of PC builds from compact machines to full gaming beasts.

We don’t yet know any pricing or release date details for the card, however, we will be sure to let you know if we hear more.

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