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Escape from Reality
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My EVGA GTX 670 Reference Cards stock at 915 Mhz but boosts to 1125 Mhz.

So whats yours?
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Escape from Reality
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With my +150 core offset OC I could hit 1275 Mhz on my cards
 

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GFX enthusiast
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Stock clock boost is 1097Mhz on my Club3D GTX 670 reference cards. Haven't seen it higher.
 

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EVGA FTW here. 1228 MHz max stock boost, which is plenty for me. overclocking can give me about 20% more performance but it doesn't worth all the heat and noise.
 

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I will have to check when I get home tonight. But pretty sure with everything stock it was boosting a little above 1200 MHz in Skyrim. Its jsut been a while since I checked so I don't remember the exact number.

Unfortunately I do remember that I couldn't get much more of an overclock on mine, and could not quite reach 1300 MHz stable without crashes.
 

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Originally Posted by Sir Beregond View Post

I will have to check when I get home tonight. But pretty sure with everything stock it was boosting a little above 1200 MHz in Skyrim. Its jsut been a while since I checked so I don't remember the exact number.
Unfortunately I do remember that I couldn't get much more of an overclock on mine, and could not quite reach 1300 MHz stable without crashes.
You're not missing anything IMO. 1200 ===> 1300 is about 1-2 fps at best. what matters is the memory OC which most FTWs out there excel with
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I'll have to mess around with that.
 
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