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Mr. Bond, your GeForce3 is ready - FrostyTech.com Mr. Bond, your GeForce3 is ready
Fri Oct 19, 2001 | 9:34A| PermaLink
NVIDIA'S GEFORCE3 WAS pretty impressive when we first took a look at it some months ago. For its fall refresh, NVIDIA recently released its Titanium line of GeForce3 products, including the Ti 500, which runs at a higher clock speed than the original GeForce3. This is a typical more for NVIDIA; the company releases a brand new graphics part once a year, followed by versions at higher (and lower) clock speeds towards the end of the year. OCZ, however, wasn't content to wait until NVIDIA's Titanium refresh to crank up the clock speed on its Titan 3 GeForce3 card. In fact, the Titan 3's stock memory clock is higher than that of the newer Titanium 500. How does OCZ's overclocking stack up against a stock GeForce3? How does OCZ manage to keep everything stable and cool at higher speeds? Read on to find out. The card OCZ caters to the 'serious PC enthusiast,' so its Titan 3 is pretty swank. Unlike other video card manufacturers, who try to dazzle you with glaring PCB colours and matching heat sinks, the Titan 3's all about performance and functionality. On a plain green PCB, OCZ has installed the original Blue Orb as a GPU heat sink/fan, plus some pretty trick individual copper RAM heat sinks.
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(http://www.tech-report.com/reviews/2001q4/ocztitan3/index.x?pg=1)


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