Palit GeForce GTX 780 Ti Jetstream tested and reviewed [Guru3D.com]

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Netherwind Ancient Guru

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    Nice review Hilbert :)

    One question though, you never had to increase the Voltage to attain the clock boosts on memory/core?

    Looks like I got a bad sample then I guess, my card is louder, hotter and clocks worse. Sure, I got mine in a case but that should make the card more quiet and not the other way around. In heaven my temps peaked at 74 degrees and the fan ran at 81% power. This using the Thunderstorm program and voltmodding the card to the maximum allowed.
     
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    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Correct, I did not tweak Voltage. However you are and that results into the higher temps, 74 C makes absolutely sense. Personally with the power limiters etc I feel that it's best to leave voltage tweaking for what it is. It is not gonna help you OC significantly as the power limiter will prevent everything. So increase the power limiter to max, OC and that's roughly it.

    Unless you'd be making it a Liquid cooled solution I don't see the big benefit really. How is you card behaving non overclocked/tweaked ?
     
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    Oh I see, so voltage tweaking will not make the OC more stable due to power limit of 106%? Got it!

    I'll do one more test at stock OC (980MHz) and check temps/fans then. Did a quick run when I installed the card but with an open case and don't remember acoustics or otherwise.

    Unfortunately my mem chips do not seem to want to clock any higher than +250 compared to your +450. Actually when I set this speed before benching the card locks up.
     

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    Koniakki Ancient Guru

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    Finally!! Thanks boss! Sweet card and great review!

    I can get this card for 615euros inc shipping in the EU. Sweet!

    Now I need to sell my GB 780 WF3.. :D


    Hilb may I ask please what was the voltage for the OC@1216Mhz? 1.15v or 1.16v?
     
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    I think it is 1.137V stock.
     
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    Did a run in Heaven at stock OC clocks just to see the difference.

    Idle temp 38 degrees
    Idle noise 50 decibel (20cm from closed chassis)
    Load temp 71 degrees
    Load noise 56 decibel (20cm from closed chassis)
     
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    Doesn't appear to be a great deal of performance difference over the Palit Super Jetstream 780 TBH, peeps might be better to find that card at a bargain price than pay for this!
     
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    Phenomenal temps and noise! Wow! Impressive for a card so powerful. With the 10% OC still cool. Sweet!
     

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