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Wednesday, 02 February 2011 11:27

GTX 580 overclocked to 1519MHz

Written by Fudzilla staff


All it takes is LN2 and Shamino
Nvidia's GF110 is a power hog, but it also has quite a bit of overclocking headroom.

This was demonstrated by overclocking legend Shamino, who managed to push an Asus card to a whopping 1519MHz.

Of course, this really isn't something you should or could do in the comfort of your own home, as it takes quite a bit of LN2 and a bit of tinkering with the voltages. The core was juiced up to 1.5v with 2.12vdimm and 1.35vpll.

You can check out the gory details here.

 

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