World’s Largest Graphics Card Manufacturer Enters Sri Lanka

Posted On 17 Sep 2015
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Titantech (Pvt) Ltd, a distribution company in Sri Lanka announced their partnership with Palit Microsystems Inc, largest graphics card manufacturer in the world, to launch the latter’s full range of graphics cards for the Sri Lankan market. Through the market entry, Palit aims to be the number one brand in Sri Lanka. The company plans to do this via competitive pricing and premium service offered through Titantech.

Speaking about the partnership Kushan Dodanwala, Director of Titantech (Pvt) Ltd, said “Graphics cards have generally been overpriced in Sri Lanka compared to other components mainly due to the fact that they have a specific purpose and target market. We have worked on the AMD side with Sapphire graphics cards, and we believe it is time to do the same with Nvidia as well. As a premium graphics card brand and the largest graphics card manufacturer in the world, we believe that Palit would be the ideal choice for us to achieve this”.

Palit Microsystems Incis the largest graphics card manufacturer in the world.Just to give you a background, Palit’s lineup of graphics cards also include brands such as Galax, PNY, KFA2, Gainward, Galaxy, Yuan, Vvikoo, Daytona and XpertVision.

With around one million graphics cards shipped out worldwide every month, Palit Microsystems singlehandedly outsells their competition and sells more graphics cards than Asus, MSI and Gigabyte combined. Asustek shipped out a total of four hundred thousand cards per month for 2014 with similar results expected for 2015. Gigabyte shipped out three hundred thousand graphics cards followed by MSI shipping out two hundred and forty thousand units in 2014.

Palit’s current lineup of graphics cards covers Nvidia’s entire range of gaming graphics cards including the latest GTX 900 series, featuring the company’s proprietary cooling solutions, JetStream and StormX.

Titantech plans to expand their dealer network to increase accessibility of Palit graphics cards across Sri Lanka. For further details, you may contact Zaffran Zavahir on 0777809839 or email

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