Gigabyte GTX680 SOC Review
We've taken a look at a few factory upgraded GTX680s, from the Windforce to the AMP!. Today it's time to take a look at a model that has previously delivered the goods, the Gigabyte Super Over Clock.
The biggest change between this card and the normal third-party variants is a rather unique take upon the cooling solution, which we'll get to on the next page.
By now you all know what to expect from a GTX680, so let us get down to the nitty gritty.
Out of the box the SOC comes with a 121MHz overclock on the base, and 144MHz on the boost, when compared to the reference card. Considering we got our reference card to overclock past that we're hoping for big things from this Super Over Clock model.
|Chipset||GeForce GTX 680|
|Core Clock||Base clock: 1137 MHz |
Boost clock: 1202 MHz
|Memory Clock||6200 MHz|
|Process Technology||28 nm|
|Memory Bus||256 bit|
|Card Bus||PCI-E 3.0|
|Digital max resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Analog max resolution||2048 x 1536|
|Card size||H= 64mm, L=303 mm, W=148 mm|
|Power requirement||650 W|