Palit GTX780 Ti Jetstream Review
The GTX780Ti wowed us with its outstanding performance. We weren't sure that there was much more to be squeezed from the Kepler GK110 core, and yet the nVidia GTX780Ti managed to make the regular GTX780 seem fairly pedestrian in comparison.
As fantastic as the GTX780Ti is in regular trim, the abilities of the GPU Boost 2.0 to overclock your card depends largely upon the thermal headroom available and so putting on a non-reference cooler should potentially unlock even more performance.
Thanks to the fine folks at Palit we can find out as today we're reviewing their Jetstream-cooler equipped variant on the GTX780Ti.
Out of the box the Jetstream appears to be a fairly standard GTX780Ti, if standard is a word that could be used for it. The clock speeds are the usual 980/1046/7000MHz that we've come to expect. So let's move on to the Jetstream cooler itself and see what that has to offer.
|Graphics Clock (MHz)||Base Clock 980MHz/Boost Clock 1046MHz|
|Memory Clock (MHz)||3500MHz (DDR 7000MHz)|
|Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)||336|
|NVIDIA GPU Boost||2.0|
|Bus Support||PCI-E 3.0 x 16|
|Certified for Microsoft Windows 7||Y|
|Certified for Microsoft Windows 8||Y|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||4096x2160|
|Maximum VGA Resolution||2048x1536|
|Dual-Link DVI||Yes x2|
|PCB Width||267mm x 112mm|
|Graphics Card Power (W)||250 W|
|Minimum Recommended System Power (W)||600 W|
|Supplementary Power Connectors||6-pin X1 8-pin X1|
|Accessory||Manual, Driver Disc, Power Cable|