PALIT Makes It Easy for GeForce RTX 40 GamingPro Series Owners to 3D Print Custom Graphics Card Covers

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PALIT has launched Maker, a new project that allows GeForce RTX 4080 and GeForce RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro owners to 3D print custom covers for their Ada Lovelace graphics cards, ensuring that they have a one-of-a-kind aesthetic that can be changed to practically anything the creator desires.

According to a landing page that PALIT has set up for its Maker feature, this is made possible by the special structural design that can be found on its GeForce RTX 40 GamingPro coolers, which allows users to remove the front cover simply by removing four screws.

“PC DIY has been a medium of self-expression,” PALIT said. “To encourage gamers to show their creativity, Palit introduces the Maker feature for users to add their own designs on the cooler cover and embrace their inventive identity.”

Two categories of 3D files for customizing GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards are available: 1) a Painted Version for general users that comes with pre-designed patterns, and 2) a Creator Version that’s aimed toward seasoned designers, plain without any design on it.

  • Each version contains two file types. Choose the proper file depending on the dimensions your 3D printer can make.
  • Standard file: The length is over 300mm.
  • Two Pieces file: The length is under 200mm.
  • There’s no limitation for 3D printer whether FDM, SLA or others.

PALIT’s current lineup of GeForce RTX 40 GamingPro models comprises the GeForce RTX 4080 GamingPro OC, GeForce RTX 4080 GamingPro, GeForce RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro OC, and GeForce RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro.

“Combining iron-black and silver-grey colorways with stylish ARGB, the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro easily fits into any build,” PALIT said of its latest GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards, which were launched this week.

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Tsing Mui
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