Dan's Data heeft een review van de Asus V3800 Ultra op het net gezet. De kaart draait op 150/183Mhz en dat kan uiteraard overgeklokt worden:
No matter. The V3800 is happy to overclock. With the simple little TNTClk program, I managed to wind the V3800's core speed up to 175MHz (180MHz hung the computer, and I couldn't be bothered seeing if some intermediate value was stable, since the difference is minuscule). I couldn't find a ceiling for the RAM speed; it was still running fine, with only the tiniest of visible glitches, at 243MHz. This is as far as TNTClk can wind it (incidentally, pulling the memory speed slider all the way to the right consistently hung TNTClk, for some reason), and 18MHz faster than the popular shareware Powerstrip can manage. Monstrous RAM overclocking isn't useful, though; it's the core speed that really matters.
At the 175/243 speed, demo2.dm2 ripped by at 60 frames per second, a respectable 25% faster than the V770. It still managed better than 52 frames per second in 1280 by 960 resolution, which is the highest my poor old 17 inch monitor can handle!
243MHz lijkt me wel erg onrealistisch (zou je 4ns geheugen voor nodig moeten hebben). TNTClk is labiel?