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Palit Launches GeForce GTX 780 JetStream 6GB OC Graphics Card

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Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, brings another glory JetStream series on GeForce GTX 780 lineup, the 6GB OC version of Palit GeForce GTX780 JetStream. It can tweak the GTX780 performance and gives you truly game-changing performance that will transform the way you experience all your favorite titles-now and future at the ultra high-resolution setting.

GeForce GTX 780 features a massively powerful NVIDIA Kepler-based GPU with 2304 cores-50% more than its predecessor. Plus, Palit design the 6GB of high-speed GDDR5 memory on GeForce GTX780 to offer rich realistic and explosive gaming performance under maximum Ultra HD 4K resolution setting. This Paliit GTX780 JetStream 6GB is the best choice for gamers who want to experience ultimate 3D gaming by NV 3D Vision Surround technology. Also equipped with the innovationary JetStream thermal solution and the optimized hardware components to ensure the best performance for all exciting hardcore gamers. With NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 and PhysX technology, giving you the performance capabilities you need to game at extreme settings.



The factory overclocked Palit GeForce GTX 780 JetStream 6GB is on core clock 902 MHz that is 39MHz higher than the standard speed. Equipped with the JetStream cooler and optimized product design, Palit GeForce GTX780 JetStream 6GB provides gaming benchmark up to 5% compared with GTX 780 reference board. In addition, Palit GeForce GTX 780 Jetstream 6GB uses copper based to efficiently dissipate the heat from GPU and make 20% cooler and equipped with DrMOS and 8-phase PWM to make the current circuit more stable and efficient which maximize the Overclocking potential. With JetStream thermal design features, the noise level is 6dB quieter and the temperature is 11.5 ℃ cooler under the hard game loading. Palit GeForce GTX 780 JetStream 6GB is absolutely the first and the best choice for enthusiast gamers!

Features:
  • Triple Fan: A Triple Fan design offers triple the cooling performance, and combined with the 8CM-9CM-8CM Smart Fans, heat is effectively drawn away from hot spots.
  • LED Lighting: Fancy blue LED lighting on the Palit JetStream's thermal solution provides ambient lighting to further immerse gamers into the gaming world.
  • TurboFan Blade: Inspired by the power of jet engines, the TurboFan Blade is designed to improve cooling performance by generating a powerful air stream and air pressure.
  • DrMOS: DrMOS, originally only available for high-end server CPUs, is now available in all its glory in the next generation of Palit graphics cards. DrMOS offers high current circuits, low noise operation, and effective reduction of heat generation.
  • 8-Phase PWM: Unique 8-Phase PWM design reduces max current load for each phase to stabilize the voltage level and improve overclocking ability. It also provides another 30% current capacity.
  • Copper Base: The new JetStream design adding ;large size copper base directly adhered with GPU and more heatpipes; that can efficiently dissipate the heat from GPU and make 20% cooler.
  • Simultaneous 3 X DVI monitor support: With its optimized video output, the Palit JetStream supports 3 DVI connections using a single graphics card. *through HDMI-DVI dongle.
  • Optimized Air Flow: The 8CM-9CM-8CM Smart Fan system consists of three fans with alternating blade rotations. Each adjacent fan rotates in a different direction to reduce airflow conflicts and effectively improve overall cooling performance.
  • MasterMode: Palit ThunderMaster is a overclocking utility program for the graphics card, and allows you to boost the performance and to monitor the GPU information. Activate MasterMode, it can optimize the best setting of the GTX780 JetStream series and provide extra 5% gaming performance.

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ummm....price? That would be good to put into a Launch Press Release. Cmon Palit.
Yes sir, that be a big omission.

Also, being a Titan and 780ti owner - that 6GB is worthless unless you need it for specific software. For gaming, the 6GB requirements also require more than a single 780.
 

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Yes sir, that be a big omission.

Also, being a Titan and 780ti owner - that 6GB is worthless unless you need it for specific software. For gaming, the 6GB requirements also require more than a single 780.
Kinda irritating these guys trying to make a quick buck selling something people don't need. All of us would probably prefer to see that kind of VRAM as standard, or at least on the 780ti as an option. Putting it on the second in command flagship just seems like a few guys are trying to sell the old 780 chips over the newer 780ti chips everyone is buying. Still a bad insentive, I struggle to use my 3GB on 1440p...
 
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Kinda irritating these guys trying to make a quick buck selling something people don't need. All of us would probably prefer to see that kind of VRAM as standard, or at least on the 780ti as an option. Putting it on the second in command flagship just seems like a few guys are trying to sell the old 780 chips over the newer 780ti chips everyone is buying. Still a bad insentive, I struggle to use my 3GB on 1440p...
I just got a 2nd 780 Classy to SLI with the old one, and was wondering if it would be enough Vram for 3440x1440 on the LG 34UM95? How do you calculate amount of ram needed?

Thank you,
 
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Could be useful to someone trying for 4K with mods to something to add better textures. Depending on the price, it could be one of those, "Eh, why not?" things.

I kinda wish I'd gone with 4gig on my 670's now, but then... I'd have paid through the nose for double the memory back then. Ironically, the difference is $50 for 6gigs instead of 3 whereas when I was looking it was over a $100 for 4gigs instead of 2.

It wasn't that long ago, either.
 

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I just got a 2nd 780 Classy to SLI with the old one, and was wondering if it would be enough Vram for 3440x1440 on the LG 34UM95? How do you calculate amount of ram needed?

Thank you,
Run game benchmark, leave VRAM monitor open on second monitor (1080p)
 
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I remember when I was a n00b at computers (well at least more n00b than I am now :p )and I chose to have a GTX 260 sp216 with 1792mb ram (double the usual for a 260) from Palit. Over a $100 premium back then but lessons have been learned since. Although 2 games did use more than 1gb BFBC2 and GTAIV.

6Gb is a waste imo on a 780, it might be handy on a 780ti though. Palit up to their sneaky tricks again.
 
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stop by to say that more than 3 GB are useless !!

So why in the review of the Asus Mars GTX 760, 2 GB per GPU of memory may be a problem in the future??

Something's lurking behind this upgrade of RAM in graphics card
 
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for a fair price of $300 ima buying..
 
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Yes sir, that be a big omission.

Also, being a Titan and 780ti owner - that 6GB is worthless unless you need it for specific software. For gaming, the 6GB requirements also require more than a single 780.
Would love a couple 780ti with 6gb for Skyrim on 4K though, that resolution taxes vram hard :\
 
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