If we look at the PCB (this is the reference card BTW) we can see two SLI connectors, four cards in quad-SLI GPU mode are supported. Quad SLI however is difficult and often a maze of driver problems, Nvidia has never really recommended or actively supported quad-SLI. But for a handful of benchmarks and sheer e-peen, it will work OK'ish. We really recommend to go with a maximum of 2, maybe three cards.
MSI tucked 3 GB of graphics memory on this card (24 pieces of 32M ×16 GDDR5 SDRAM). 3GB we feel is a sweet spot for high-end single monitor gaming anno 2013, but with Ultra HD gaming in mind, I feel 4 GB should have been the minimum.
For this GeForce GTX 780 Ti article we'll look at performance based on high-end yet more moderate processors and then on the X79 platform with an overclocked Core i7 3960X running at 4600 MHz. Above the two 8-pin PEG headers I mentioned on the previous page.
I really need to find me one of these CSI rulers for sheer coolness factor :) . The card is 10.5 inches in length which is 27 cm.
That's it for this photo-shoot though. We need to tell you a tale or two about the GPU and the architecture of course.
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