Overclocking, With Precision
Overclocking these GeForce GTX 960s isn't netting much performance gains, but we continued to push through anyway. From what I've been playing around with, you can get around 5-10% performance improvement with an overclock, which isn't too bad at all.
We opened up EVGA's PrecisionX software and began playing around with the GPU and Memory clocks on the GeForce GTX 960 SuperSC ACX 2.0+ card. From the default 1279MHz on the GPU, we were able to get up to 1420MHz stable. On the memory side of things, we were able to jump from 1753MHz default on the RAM to 1873MHz.
During our testing in Battlefield 4, we couldn't tell any difference between stock and overclocked when playing, but the frame rate did go up by around 6-7% from 88FPS to 94FPS at 2560x1440 with the Medium preset.
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