Subject: Graphics Cards | June 27, 2013 - 01:19 AM | Tim Verry
Tagged: windforce 3x, triangle cooling, gtx 760, gk-104, gigabyte, gaming
Not to be left out, Gigabyte is also releasing its own take on the GTX 760 Kepler GPU. This new GTX 760 Overclock Edition uses the company’s WindForce 3X cooler with “Triangle Cooling” technology. The card is model GV-N760OC-2GD and is available now from various retailers for around $260.
The GTX 760 OC Edition card has a GTX 760 GPU with a base clock of 1085 MHz and boost clock of 1150 MHz. Unfortunately, memory (2GB GDDR5) remains the same as stock cards at 6008 MHz.
The factory overclock on the GPU is among the highest options, but is not the highest clocked GTX 760 card. The reference card is clocked at 6008 MHz for the memory and a GPU base and boost clockspeed of 980 MHz and 1033 MHz respectively. The card supports the company’s OC Guru II overclocking utility as well, for adventurous enthusiasts wishing to see just how far they can push their particular cards on air cooling.
Gigabyte is using its WindForce 3X cooler for this overclocked model. The cooler features three angled fans and a custom fin stack with direct contact copper heat pipes to effectively transfer heat away from the GPU. Gigabyte uses two 8mm and four 6mm heatpipes to get heat into the fin array.
The Gigabyte GV-N760OC-2GD GTX 760 Overclock Edition is available now for $259.99.