EVGA and Kingpin Take the GTX 780 Ti To A Staggering 2GHz

/ 3 years ago


EVGA have announced that their professional overclockers Vince “K|NGP|N” Lucido working with Illya “Tin” Tsemenko have set a new benchmark and frequency record. The pair of pro-overclockers managed an impressive 2025MHz frequency on the GTX 780 Ti core clock as well as a 3DMark FireStrike Extreme score of 8793, for comparison a reference GTX 780 Ti on our GPU test system manages about 4900 points. The rest of the system consisted of a 5.6GHz six-core Core i7 4960X CPU on an EVGA X79 Dark Motherboard with an EVGA power supply, 16GB of quad channel G.Skill 2400MHz memory was also used.

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The 3DMark entry page for the world record can be seen here. The page appears to reveal a GPU clock speed of 1530MHz not 2025MHz so we are not sure what is causing that discrepancy.


Source: EVGA PR

Images courtesy of EVGA

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3 Responses to “EVGA and Kingpin Take the GTX 780 Ti To A Staggering 2GHz”
  1. ahmed sherif says:

    lol galaxy hall of fame cards got the same score, it’s just the fact that EVGA is overrated

    • Jeff The Deaf says:

      Ehe, i don’t think they’re over-rated mate got one now and best GFX card i’ve bought in ages since the 4400ti (i think it was) geforce years ago. However with GFX cards it does generally come down to cunstomer service when something goes wrong, sadly people over clock and damage their cards and then plead ignorance and send them back and we’re then all tarnished with this brush. Something which i personally have never done 🙂

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