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.
Nvidia/Palit 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 anno 2013, but with Ultra HD gaming in mind, I feel 4 GB should have been the minimum.
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. Above the two 8-pin PEG headers I mentioned on the previous page.
That's it for this photoshoot though. We need to tell you a tale or two about the GPU and the architecture of course. Oh and yes, the middle 90mm fan has a blue LED. That is a smexy looking product.
Palit GeForce GTX 750 Ti StormX Dual review In this review we take the Palit GeForce GTX 750 Ti StormX Dual for a test-drive. Palit's offering is the fastest GTX 750 Ti we have seen to date as it has been factory overclocked intensely on the G...
Palit GeForce GTX 780 Ti Jetstream Review In this review we test the Palit GeForce GTX 780 Ti Jetstream, armed with that massive triple fan based Jetstream cooler and our FLIR camera we'll see if it really is good cooling. Oh and hey, this ...
Palit GeForce GTX 780 Super Jetstream review We test and review the Palit GeForce GTX 780 Super Jetstream review edition. The card comes with the most excellent cooler that is silent and performing really well. Next to that this card comes factory overclocked for you guys.