With the Inno3D 7900GS already heavily overclocked and fitted with a silent heatsink solution from AC, we honestly didn't expect too much more out of the card.
It had performed great all along but it's just fair that we see what the card is capable off when it comes to OC.
Loading up ATI Tool we find ourselves shocked to hit 587MHz on the core (37MHz increase) and 1620MHz DDR on the memory (120MHz DDR increase). We've seen better OC results from the initial batch of 7900GS Extreme cards from XFX but this result is still very impressive considering we are working with a completely silent graphics card.
With these results in hand and our jaw slightly dropped, it was time to see what this did for performance from a graphics card that was already impressing us.
The increase sees us around an 8% performance increase.
PREY also sees a bump, nothing huge but it is quite relative to the OC.
COH sees the best gains with over 10% on both the average and minimum which probably will end up making the game much more playable and enjoyable.
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