NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX TITAN X is the world’s latest fastest single GPU solution. But does that mean we should just leave it alone, and ignore its true potential? We could, but that’d be boring – so join us as we take a look at the TITAN X from an overclocking perspective, and provide some ‘Best Playable’ results for good measure.
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When I posted my look at NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX TITAN X at its launch last month, there were a couple of tests I had to skip over due to a lack of time, one of which was overclocking. As it is now, though, I have to admit that I’m glad I waited, as it’s allowed me to spend a lot more time to find that “perfect” overclock.
Alright – so a “perfect” overclock doesn’t actually exist. “Great” ones do, though. I’m not talking about those sorts of overclocks that break records, but 100% stable overclocks that prove genuinely worthwhile – those that can add at least 10% to the performance.
Can the TITAN X achieve that level of greatness? On account of the fact that this ~2,000 word article exists, you can probably already guess the answer!
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