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Palit GTX 1080 Ti Super JetStream 11GB Review

Temperatures were measured after 5 minutes of load under three scenario: Furmark, Unigine Heaven and desktop idle in sequential order with 2 minutes of downtime in between each test. GPU-Z was used to record the maximum temperature, fan profiles on GPUs were left to their default behaviour.

Delta temperatures are presented below to account for small fluctuations in room temperature, but for all the testing present in this graph the temperature ranged from 21.6 to 23.1 degrees Celsius.


Temperatures are superb, matching the Gigabyte Aorus GTX 1080 Ti, albeit doing so with more noise. There’s plenty of thermal headroom to be had and we found that even overclocking this card to the max and increasing the power limit only increased temperatures a further 2 degrees Celsius.

Particularly fussy gamers could easily utilise some of that “spare” thermal capacity up to the Nvidia throttle temperature (84 degrees Celsius) to create a custom fan profile that’s slightly quieter.

Heat dissipation is a strong point and that applies to the PCB components too. The multitude of thermal pads for the VRM and PCB components are very effective – hotspot temperatures measured on the backplate were less than 70 degrees Celsius.

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  • Nikolas Karampelas

    People around me get 1070/80 and 580/70 and I’m like “My radeon 7850 is just fine” πŸ™
    I need an upgrade.

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  • Ted

    This card uses a very good quality 12+2 power phase VRM. It has 6 doubled phases + 2 real memory phases which makes the VRM run cool.

    For example the MSI Gaming X 1080ti uses 8 real phases and this spreads the heat on fewer components which generates more hotspots.

    Please correct the article, thank you!

  • 7850 isn’t far off a R9 270/X or 370, and slightly faster than an RX 460, and even the 560 for that matter. You’re not really missing out on much except efficiency.

  • Nikolas Karampelas

    While yes in older titles they are not very different, in newer titles 560 will just fly away because of better and more efficient cgn cores. Also the 4GB of VRAM will make a big deal because I have the 1GB version (stupid decision, to save 30 euros back then) and it shows.

  • True, i’ve a 2GB R9 270X in the pc which is hooked up to the tv, its only a 720p tv which is shite but its good as nothing needs more than the 2GB lol, but in terms of raw power theyre roughly the same, got it overclocked to 1100mhz core and 1500mhz memory while undervolted, runs really cool, friend has an RX 460 for 1080p gaming and cant really say much more except than its got 4GB of vram, though even at stock it runs hotter (suprisingly) and pulls more power?!

    AMD needs to make a big step forward, i held out on upgrading in the hopes of vega beating the 1080ti but as soon as the frontier edition dropped i jumped right onto that 1080ti, modded it to remove power target and it sits at 2025mhz 24/7 along with 12ghz on the vram up from 11ghz.

  • Mano Dio

    You got this particular card reviewed overclocked to 2025mhz? There is an older version of it, the plain Jetstream one, any ideas how much that one can be overclocked by? I can’t find a proper review for that other card.