Palit Set to Expand GeForce RTX 40 Series with New Infinity 3 SFF-Compatible GPUs

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Palit is poised to expand its GeForce RTX 40 series lineup with the introduction of the Infinity 3 series, designed to comply with NVIDIA’s Small Form Factor (SFF) program guidelines. These guidelines are set by NVIDIA to ensure that GPUs are compatible with newer, compact PC cases, facilitating easier integration for gamers looking to build or upgrade SFF systems. The upcoming Infinity 3 series by Palit will feature several models including the RTX 4080 SUPER, 4070 Ti SUPER, 4070 SUPER, and 4070. Each of these graphics cards will share identical physical dimensions: 293 mm in length, 49 mm in thickness, and 116 mm in width. These dimensions are tailored to fit within the NVIDIA’s stipulated SFF size requirement of 304 mm by 50 mm by 151 mm.

Despite expectations that Palit would unveil these new models at the Computex event, the company opted not to display them. The absence of the Infinity 3 series at the event might be attributed to ongoing finalizations on the designs, as indicated by their current absence from the company's official website.


In lieu of presenting the anticipated Infinity 3 series, Palit showcased a range of new concept designs under titles such as "Beyond Limits" and "Master series." These presentations serve as both a teaser and a platform for garnering feedback from GPU enthusiasts on potential future releases. However, it remains unconfirmed whether these concept designs will transition into commercially available products.


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