Wow, seriously? If you can get that to run cool enough that'll be amazing, GTX 295 pwning performance. That's a more impressive overclock than most 4890s get, and they OC pretty well. Long live ASUS video cards.
Compare this to the stock voltages of 850MHz and 1200MHz, Asus has done a nice job.
How much extra heat does the voltage tweaking generate?
I don't know about pwning the GTC 295, but there should be a good performance boost. I'm eager for the benchmarks.
That's good news. If ever a graphics card needed overclocking, it's the HD5870. (Wish I could remember that "irony" emoticon...)
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Uh, am I the only who could see this as not being that beneficial? I sense a wave of fried videocards. So much for becoming more environmentally friendly.
I think this shows how much faster these chips can get. If asus can overclock them that high imagine what a little tweaking at the fab can do. Nvidia may have lost this round.
mentaldisorder:Uh, am I the only who could see this as not being that beneficial? I sense a wave of fried videocards
I agree they will definatly be a few of them toasted.LOL That will hurt your wallet!
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Actually it would hurt Asus's wallet more, because of the warranty.
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