Palit Jetstream GTX780 Ti First Look

Palit Jetstream GTX780 Ti

Palit Jetstream GTX780 Ti



Palit have been with us for decades now, and despite the perception of them being quite a small brand, they actually sell more graphics cards per year than any other manufacturer. Palit Microsystems is the parent company for KFA/Galaxy and Gainward, as well as a fair few other smaller brands. We’ve been impressed over the past few years by the JetStream models of their cards, which have proved to remain cool and quiet, whilst looking great in the process, with their blue LED fan built into the card.

Now, Palit is back with a new card; the JetStream GTX 780ti. This has a whopping default core clock of 980Mhz and a boost clock of 1046Mhz, making it the fastest 780ti in the market right now. 

Memory Amount3072MB
Memory Interface384bit
Graphics Clock (MHz)Base Clock 980MHz/Boost Clock 1046MHz
Memory Clock (MHz)3500MHz (DDR 7000MHz)
CUDA Cores2880
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)336
NVIDIA SLI-ready2-way*
NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready?
NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready?
NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology?
NVIDIA PhysX-ready?
NVIDIA CUDA Technology?
NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync?
NVIDIA FXAA Technology?
NVIDIA TXAA Technology?
Blu-ray 3D Support?
TrueHD and DTS-HD Audio Bitstreaming Support?
Microsoft DirectX11
Bus SupportPCI-E 3.0 x 16
Certified for Microsoft Windows 7?
Certified for Microsoft Windows 8?
Maximum Digital Resolution4096x2160
Maximum VGA Resolution2048x1536
Dual-Link DVIYes x2
Height2.5 Slot
Board Length280mm
PCB Width267mm x 112mm
Graphics Card Power (W)250 W
Minimum Recommended System Power (W)600 W
Supplementary Power Connectors6-pin X1 8-pin X1
AccessoryManual, Driver Disc, Power Cable



We think this is a stunning looking piece of kit. Its triple fan design is great to look at, and underneath it incorporates a new heatsink design making it even more efficient than the previous models, whilst retaining the traditional JetStream look. Palit have also designed their own PCBs for the 780ti, which they claim adds a 10% increase in performance on top of the reference 780ti. This really is shaping up to be an incredible card.

With the boost clock of 1046Mhz, this card comes overclocked far higher than any other GTX 780ti. If you want stunning performance out of the box, and aren’t interested in overclocking any further, then the JetStream would be a perfect choice. If you want to push the card even further, then Palit’s custom PCB should aid in maximizing overclocking ability, although you will still be limited to the silicone lottery with the GK110 core of the 780ti. You can discuss your thoughts in the OC3D Forums.

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Most Recent Comments

24-11-2013, 09:46:13

This would look good on a new asus deluxe z87 board except for the fact that J said it has a blue LED .

Look forward to seeing the full review .Quote

24-11-2013, 09:49:40

Always been hesitant with Palit in the past, had a few in at work and they've been known to be quite loud, intrigued by this thoughQuote

24-11-2013, 11:38:37

I think it would look good if you removed that cooler, swapped the PCB for a reference design, and then put a reference cooler on it. I don't like this cooler, can you tell? xDQuote

24-11-2013, 11:43:03

Originally Posted by Remmy View Post
I think it would look good if you removed that cooler, swapped the PCB for a reference design, and then put a reference cooler on it. I don't like this cooler, can you tell? xD
PCB is ref mate and it can only be the looks of the cooler because it is pretty quietQuote

24-11-2013, 11:45:57

Am I the only one that thinks it's a bit ugly?Quote

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