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Tuesday, 27 March 2012 08:37

MSI's factory OCed GTX 680 shows up

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Higher base and boost clocks


MSI's Geforce GTX 680 OC recently reared its face on MSI's German site and was caught by Techpowerup. We already told you that partners will come up with factory overclocked versions and, of course, some of those will feature Nvidia's reference design but with higher clocks.

MSI's version, model N680GTX-PM2D2GD5/OC, features same reference design but works at 1056 base and 1111MHz boost clock, while memory remained at reference 1500MHz (6.0GHz effective). 

MSI's OC version of the GTX 680 is yet to be officially announced. We are quite sure that MSI will come with a custom GTX 680 card as well, but probably at a later date.

You can find the original post here.
 


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