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    Default Palit GeForce GTX 780 Super JetStream



    Armed with 2688 stream processors and 7.1 billion transistors, the GeForce GTX Titan set a new bar for GPU performance last March. The Titan's 384-bit memory bus is good for a staggering 288.4GB/s memory bandwidth -- 50% more than the GTX 680. Being in a master class of its own, the GTX Titan may be a niche product, but it's a niche product that can manhandle other top single-GPU cards and that's enough to get our attention.

    A few months after releasing its $1,000 heavyweight, Nvidia unveiled a slightly cut down version as the GTX 780, which still features 7.1 billion transistors and a 384-bit bus though fewer stream processors and TAUs -- changes that made the card around 14% slower and 35% cheaper than the GTX Titan.

    Traditionally, AMD and Nvidia board partners have boosted the performance of most GPUs by 5-10% via overclocking, so we fully expected one of them to take a stab at closing the meager 14% gap separating the GTX 780 and Titan. Palit has answered the bell with its GTX 780 Super JetStream, which is clocked 14% higher than usual at 980MHz with a 1033MHz boost, up from 863MHz and 902MHz.






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    Default Re: Palit GeForce GTX 780 Super JetStream

    ill take 2 please....

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    Default Re: Palit GeForce GTX 780 Super JetStream

    My EVGA GTX 780 SC ACX Cooler just arrived and I wonder if it is as good or better than the Palit. This card is amazing either way!
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