Palit is finally joining the club of custom GTX 980 makers with its (Super) JetStream graphics cards.
Unlike GTX 970 JetStream, 980 has a new cooler. The changes however were only limited to new color scheme, but without a doubt, it looks much better than cheaper 970.
There are in fact two JetStream models: the GTX 980 Super JetStream (NE5X980H14G2-2042J) clocked at 1203/1304 MHz with the memory at 7200 MHz, and GTX 980 JetStream ( NE5X980014G2-2042J) with clocks at 1127/1216 MHz and memory untouched.
Both cards feature GM204-400 GPU with 2048 CUDA cores, 128 TMUs and 64 ROPs. In terms of memory we have 4GB GDDR5 across 256-bit interface.
In the large list of features you can find these:
- LED lightning
- 8-phase PWM
- 0dB technology (same as MSI Zero Frozr or ASUS STRIX)
- Turbofan Blade
- Master Mode and Thunder Master OC modes
Palit GTX 980 Super JetStream is already available for preorder at OCUK for 469 GBP, card should be available in two weeks (there’s also non-Super for 449 GBP).