Palit Introduces GTX 1080 Ti JetStream Series Graphics Cards
Ron Perillo / 3 years ago
Palit has announced the release of their custom GTX 1080 Ti video cards under their JetStream series. The cards are equipped with a dual 100mm fan heatsink design which runs silently even at full load but powers off completely during idle workloads and when the GPU temperature is under 60 degrees celcius. The GTX 1080 Ti JetStream card itself is a dual-slot design with a PCB measuring 285 x 133 x 58mm, although the custom shroud hangs further than the PCB by a few more millimeters.
It has two 8-pin power connectors instead of 6-pin plus 8-pin, and although JetStream did not disclose what the VRM configuration is, they are claiming the use of integrated DrMOS for efficiency. The additional power connectors suggest that it has more than the reference 7-phase VRM design underneath the hood. The Super JetStream version has higher factory overclock of the two, with a 1556MHz baseclock and 1670MHz boost clock compared to the non-Super version which has a base clock of 1480MHz and a boost clock of 1632MHz. The Super JetStream version also gets a dual-bios option so users can switch out overclock presets or simply use it for redundancy.
At the rear, Palit uses a honeycomb mesh design for unhindered airflow and there are also three DisplayPort 1.4, a Dual-link DVI slot and an HDMI 2.0b connector. Both regular and Super GTX 1080 Ti cards are also outfitted with RGB LED and can be controlled and overclocked with Palit’s own ThunderMaster utility software.
For more information, visit: http://www.palit.com/palit/vgapc.php?mid=2&subid=282&lang=en