EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Breaks the 1.8GHz Core Clock Barrier

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Mar 22, 2012
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Renowned Overclocker KIngpIn managed to get hold of an EVGA GeForce GTX 680 a day before launch and overclocked it past the 1.8GHz barrier at EVGA’s Taiwan R&D Center.

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This is an amazing achievement by KIngpIn which shows the overclocking potential of NVIDIA’s newly launch GeForce GTX 680 GPU, A day earlier, Overclocker Elmor also achieved 1800 MHz core, 7.70 GHz memory on the MSI Lightning Edition R7970.

The clock frequency – 1842MHz Core @  1.212V was achieved using an EVGA EPower board and some good ol’ Liquid Nitrogen. Memory ran at 2400MHz and was adjusted with the help of EVGA’s latest PrecisionX software. in 3DMark 11, The GPU score a massive P14912 Marks alone which is higher than GTX 590’s score. Amazing stuff and congrats to the EVGA team!

Many thanks to VR-Zone for publishing this article!

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