Back in January, Palit announced its Maker Project  to allow users to customise their Palit graphics cards without voiding the product warranty and we’ve finally able to see what it is all about in person at Computex 2023. In case if you missed the news, Palit has released a series of 3D models for its GamingPro GPUS which users can freely download the design, 3D print it, and customise it with the design they like without having to physically tamper with the graphics cards.

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According to Palit, they are aware of users that likes to express their creativity through PC modding. As many of us are aware of the current state of how graphics cards warranty works, the act of physically tampering with the graphics cards to achieve the desired result will result in the void of the product warranty.

This initiative from Palit is actually a commendable effort to ensure that users can express their creativity to their heart’s content. As of now, the Maker Project is currently limited to the GamingPro GPU lineup but Palit did hinted that they do have plans to expand the Maker Project to other GPU lineup in the near future.

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Aside from the Maker Project, Palit also showcased its existing RTX 40 series graphics cards like up at its Computex booth this year. They have yet to tease their RTX 4060 and RTX 4060 Ti 16GB for now but the Palit GeForce RTX 4060 Ti StormX 8GB did caught our attention quite a bit with its compact single fan design that is especially great for small form factor builds.

The GeForce RTX 4060 and RTX 4060 Ti 16GB is expected to make its appearance later in July this year, with a starting price of $299 and $499 respectively.


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