- EVGA GTX 650 Ti BOOST Superclocked reviewed
- A closer look at GTX 650 Ti Boost SC
- Testing methodology
- Nvidia Experience
- Crysis 3
- Crysis 2
- Far Cry 3
- Hitman Absolution
- Metro 2033
- Sleeping Dogs
- Dirt Showdown
- Aliens vs Predator
- 3DMark 11
- Unigine Valley
- Unigine Heaven
- EVGA PrecisionX 4.0.0 & Overclocking
- Thermals, Noise and Consumption
- All Pages
EVGA has a habit of rolling out new versions of its popular overclocking tool along with its new graphics cards, allowing consumers to get full support from launch day.
- GPU and Memory Frequency/Clock Offset
- Power Target Control (GeForce GTX Titan / 600)
- Temperature Target Control (GeForce GTX Titan)
- Pixel Clock Overclocking – OC your refresh rate!
- Frame Rate Target Control
- GPU Voltage Adjustment + Overvoltage (GeForce GTX Titan)
- Custom Fan Control/Fan Curve
- Profiling system allowing up to 10 profiles with hotkey
- Robust monitoring allowing ingame, system tray and/or Logitech LCD monitoring
- In game screenshot hotkey, supports BMP, PNG and JPG formats
- Custom skins including ones created by the EVGA community!
- Support for wireless Bluetooth overclocking via custom Android app
- Multi-language support: English, Dutch, French, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese
The software even supports non-EVGA cards and we suggest you give it a try, since it tends to offer a bit more than classic overclocking tools. You can learn more about it here, in EVGA’s Precision X FAQ. We managed to increase the GPU clock by 90MHz, while the memory clock easily went up by 200MHz (effectively 800MHz).