Palit Super JetStream GTX 980Ti 6GB Graphics Card Review

A Closer Look

The Super JetStream is a great looking card, very understated and drives home the classic silver and black theme; which seems to be making a comeback. The face of the card is dominated by the huge waved 10cm fans.

The backplate is very brushed metal with cut outs to cool some of the rear mounted components; simple yet effective.

The power is delivered through 1x 6-pin and 1x 8-pin PCIe power connectors towards the rear of the card.

This card features twin SLI fingers, so is compatible in a 4 card SLI configuration. One issue I can see with the cooling shroud is that it starts to raise by the second finger; this would make it impossible to use a rigid 3 or 4 way SLI bridge.

As you can see here, the radiator and cooling shroud overhang the card by around an inch, this would need to be taken into consideration if you are looking to buy two or more and plan to use a rigid bridge.

The face of the card is dominated by the twin 10cm fan design.

At the business end of the card, there is a DVi connector, three DisplayPorts and one HDMi.