Squeezing out every last bit of performance from the GTX 760

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 4, 2013 - 01:09 PM |
Tagged: MSI N760 TF 2GD5/OC, gtx 760, overclocking

The MSI N760 might come with a factory overclock but that doesn't mean it is at its maximum potential straight out of the box.  With the help of MSI's own Afterburner tool [H]ard|OCP undertook the project of maximizing the overclock on this GTX 760 by upping the power available to the card to 145%.  They maxed out at a base clock of 1160MHz and boost clock of 1225MHz and were even more please to see the card actually running at 1280MHz under load.  With that increased core speed and memory upped to 6.4GHz the effect on performance was notable and pushed this card beyond the performance of the competitors.

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"We take the new MSI N760 TF 2GD5/OC video card and overclock it to its highest potential with MSI Afterburner. We don't stop there, we also overclock all the comparison cards to their highest potential, and see if the GTX 760 can still hold its own. We also compare performance with the Radeon HD 7950."

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