Yeah, they'll have the 760 reference clocked in stocked probably on monday.
Hit the notify button so you'll know when they'll be available.
Who knows if you get lucky those reference clocked cards could very well clock to the 1250-1300 range when boost is active.
I went through a dozen REFERENCE 760 reviews and looked at the overclocking results.
Now some of those reviews didn't say anything about what speed the gpu ACTUALLY ran at under load so this average Mhz reading I got could be a little bit under what these cards could do on average.
The average I got out of 13 reviews was 1245.46Mhz.
So you should expect at least 1200 under load from the core. I didn't look at the memory since the bandwidth is not really a bottleneck with these cards. And if you leave the memory alone the core usually clocks higher.
P.S. The highest clocks I saw are from two reviews, actual GPU speed being 1333Mhz and 1359Mhz.
That's pretty insane if you think about it. Reference card. Doing 1359. Wat. The decreased amount of shaders and TMU's must be why these OC so high.
E: First GTX 760 Heaven Extreme preset numbers posted to HWBot.
Reference card clocked to 1110 base 1602 mem 1163 boost
and 1768,9 DX11 Marks
http://hwbot.org/submission/2395175_hades_unigine_heaven___xtreme_preset_geforce_gtx_760_1768.9_dx11_marksEdited by lagittaja - 6/29/13 at 7:29am