Gigabyte GTX780 Ti GHz Edition Review
One of the things we've often commented about the Windforce cooler is that it doesn't appear to be designed for the card that it's applied to, and with the GTX780Ti this problem continues. On a lower end card you can expect some overhang or things not quite lining up properly, but on the most expensive card you can purchase it's a bit much to have everything a little skewiff.
At least the branding is there so anyone glancing into your case is left in no doubt that you have a high end GPU installed. There is plenty of space around the fins to expel air too, so this should be a cool card.
Of course if anyone looks in from above they'll wonder what exactly you have, as for some completely unfathomable reason Gigabyte have seen fit to print the model name upside down. We're sure the CPU is delighted to have something to read, but it's not much use for the rest of us and makes you wonder about the quality control.
The Windforce cooler is a good combination of well braced and yet with plenty of vents too. There shouldn't be any airflow or thermal warping issues here.
At the business ends of the GHz Edition everything is as you would be expecting, with two 8pin power inputs and the regulation nVidia DisplayPort/DVI/HDMI output options.