Gainward and Palit introduced GeForce RTX 4070 Ti and RTX 4080 GPUs

Recently, Gainward and Palit introduced new graphics card series, the former being the Panther line, and the latter, being the JetStream lineup. Both manufacturers adopted an all-black aesthetic for their new series, devoid of RGB lighting, with the inaugural products featuring the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti and RTX 4080 GPUs, both based on the Ada Lovelace architecture and targeting mid-to-high-end gamers.

Gainward’s Panther series comprises the GeForce RTX 4080 Panther and GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Panther, both sporting a minimalist all-black color scheme enhanced by dynamic line patterns. Their cooling solutions are highly efficient, utilizing three Cyclone Fans to achieve optimal aerodynamic performance. The fan tips at the rear of the blades allow maximal airflow into the cooling module, while the densely packed cooling fins, coupled with a metal backplate, effectively control the graphics card temperature and ensure optimal heat dissipation.

Palit’s JetStream series, which includes the GeForce RTX 4080 JetStream and GeForce RTX 4070 Ti JetStream, features a more streamlined design compared to Gainward’s Panther series. The all-black color scheme is similarly minimalist, but with a boxier appearance, exuding a sense of stability. According to Palit, the JetStream series caters to users who prioritize functionality and performance over aesthetics and might not even choose to display their graphics cards in a transparent case.

The JetStream series employs the Gale Hunter Fan cooling module to deliver concentrated and stable airflow while maintaining low noise levels. The GPU core and memory chips are both covered by an ultra-wide copper base, effectively absorbing heat and controlling the temperature of these components. A metal backplate not only enhances heat dissipation but also provides additional support for the graphics card.

Gainward and Palit have yet to disclose the pricing and specific release dates for their new graphics cards.