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Thursday, 10 May 2012 15:00

EVGA GTX 670 Superclocked reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: EVGA ready for GTX 670 take off


Today’s guest is EVGA GTX 670 Superclocked, with GPU that ticks at 967MHz and the memory at 1552MHz (6208MHz effectively). Note that the reference clocks are 915/1502MHz GPU/memory.

The Superclocked comes with a cooler that looks different from the reference version, but beneath the hood is the same beast. Although reference coolers aren’t usually the champs of cooling, Nvidia did a great job this time around. EVGA added to this further and designed a special bracket with bigger air exhausts.

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We expect a nice overclock from the GK104. Although the Superclocked isn’t clocked beyond 1GHz, we expect EVGA’s Signature and FTW to thread that ground, and they’re coming soon as well. In case EVGA doesn’t do it however, you can always take the Superclocked and overclock it further. EVGA’s PrecisionX can come in handy with this and it already got a skin themed like the GTX 670 Superclocked.

Below is the GPU-Z report so you can check out the main features of the GTX 670.

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