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Monday, 29 October 2007 16:58

Gainward Geforce 8800GT faster than 8800GTS 640MB - 4. Overclocking and Power Usage

Written by Sanjin Rados


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Review:
Bliss 8800GT 512MB TV, the top of its class

 

Overclocking

Gainward Bliss 8800GT has proven to be a good overclocker; we managed to reach core 728MHz and memory 1020MHz.

Gainward Expertool is a tool that will make overclocking easier for inexperienced users.

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Our first attempts at overclocking stopped at stable 690MHz core and 1020MHz for memory. The card ran quietly, but we realize that the core temperature presents a limiting factor. In dynamic work mode, core temperature went sky high – 86 degrees Celsius.


By using manual fan speed settings, we managed to raise the frequency up to 728MHz, and the memory to 1030Mhz. Temperature was acceptable – 65 degrees Celsius.


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Overclocking results were good. Geforce 8800GTX was overshadowed after 3DMark 06.

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Power Consumption

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