3DRage heeft een review klaar van de Gigabyte GA-660 TNT2 videokaart. Hier heb je een stuk over de overklokbaarheid, voor de rest, klik hier.
With an exceptionally high core clock speed that is above the recommended setting of the Ultra TNT2, you would not expect the GA-660 to be able to yield much higher results, considering the TNT2 is already "overclocked" in a sense. So, I quickly opened the display setting and opened the overclocking utility. I then proceeded to adjust the core clock and memory clock speed to the maximum value that the overclocking utility would allow - 170/170. To test its stability while in this highly overclocked state, I played Quake 2 Massive and Crusher demos in a continuous loop for two hours. When I returned to my system, everything was running as it should meaning the overclocking utility would have to be passed up for a third party utility, namely Powerstrip. My first attempt was 175/200 which failed to no surprise, crashing about 2 secnods into Massive. I then opted for a more "conservative" setting, this being 170/190. While this seemed to be stable, my system locked up 20 minutes into the looping Massive and Crusher demos. My next attempt was for 170/185Mhz. I did the usual tests and ran them for two hours. When I came back........ it was still running. This is an incredibly high core clock for a TNT2 to achieve as well as the memory clock. What is so incredible is the fact that the GA-660 will yield better overclocking results than some Ultra TNT2's shipped at the default specifications. Now you could speculate the results you would receive if the memory were 5.5ns instead of 7ns.