After EVGA made its announcement, Palit has also announced that it will be bringing the world a 6 GB variant of the GTX 780 graphics card.
The unit will be a JetStream branded model, and as such, it will feature the company's triple-fan cooler. This cooler features two 80 mm fans that spin clockwise, along with a single 90 mm fan that spins counter clockwise. According to Palit, this helps reduce turbulence, and thus noise.
The GPU aboard the card is clocked at a base frequency of 902 MHz, though the company gave no word on the boost frequencies. If it sticks to the same boost frequency as the standard GTX 780 JetStream card (with 3 GB of GDDR5 memory), it will have a boost frequency of 954 MHz. The memory is clocked at the reference frequency of 6.0 GHz.
The company gave no word on pricing or availability just yet.