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Wednesday, 20 February 2013 21:59

Geforce GTX Titan is a decent overclocker

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Tweaked to up to 1176MHz


The full official reviews of the new GTX Titan are scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday 21st of February, but that did not stop some sites from revealing at least some hints on the actual overclocking potential.

The rumored overclocking boost with GPU Boost 2.0 is expected to hit the 1100 to 1150MHz range, but Guru3d.com apparently managed to push it all the way to 1176MHz. Of course, overclocking potential depends on the actual potential of the GPU and it is different on each graphics card but this hint of overclocking potential certainly sounds good.

We will surelly keep an eye out for official reviews from the usual suspects tomorrow, just to see if there is any way to justify the US $999 price tag. [No, there isn't. Ed]

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