Palit GeForce GTX 780 Super JetStream Review: Overclocking to reach Titan-like performance
Power Consumption & Temperatures
As expected, the Palit GTX 780 Super JetStream consumed slightly more power than a standard GTX 780, around 4% more, which was still 3% less than the GTX Titan. A pair Palit's cards in SLI resulted in a total system consumption of 456 watts, 7% less than drawn by the HD 7970 GHz Edition Crossfire rig.
The GTX 780 Super JetStream ran at just 79 degrees, which is the same temperature recorded by the Gainward GTX 780.
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