Palit GTX 770 OC Jetstream
Weighing in at 854 grams (30.12 ounces), this card is a lightweight compared to its competition.
|Technical Specifications And Dimensions|
|GPU Clock||1,150 MHz|
|Boost (according to BIOS)||1,202 MHz|
|Actual Boost Under Load||1,241.2 MHz|
|Height||132 mm / 5.2 inches|
|Length||294 mm / 11.57 inches|
|Width (Cooler Side)||49 mm / 1.93 inches (<= dual slot)|
|Width (PCB side)||4 mm / 0.16 inches (no back plate)|
|max. Weight||854 g|
|Fans||1 x 92 mm, 2 x 80 mm|
The cooler shroud is made entirely of plastic, which contributes to the cards lower weight. Two metal decals suggest higher-quality materials, though. The fan design carries over from previous Jetstream cards. A big 92 mm fan sits in the middle, flanked by two 80 mm blowers that are bigger than any on the Gigabyte card.
Palit equips the Jetstream with one eight- and one six-pin power connector. The gap between the two indicates the company may originally have had other plans.
Two 8 mm and three 6 mm nickel-plated pipes made of sintered material draw heat away from the GPU and into the bifid sink. RAM and VRMs receive their own cooling courtesy of a massive frame that gets sufficient air flow and helps stabilize the PCB.
Palit‘s GTX 770 OC Jetstream also carries the same complement of connectors as Nvidia’s reference card.