Bij Sharky Extreme hebben ze een review gepost van de Asus V6600 Deluxe GeForce 256 kaart. Deze Deluxe versie wordt geleverd met 3D VR brilletjes, S-Video input en S-Video and RCA uitgangen. Daarnaast krijg je nog een extra zooi software erbij zoals een hardware monitoring utility, een tweaking utility, wat video editing software en video security. Hieronder wat info over zijn overklokbaarheid:
With 5ns RAM, the SGRAM on the V6600 should theoretically make it up to 200MHz without a problem. Unfortunately though, ASUS has limited the tweak utility to 195MHz, most likely for stability reasons.
Easily achieving 195 MHz, the V6600 was able to muster a couple of extra frames (around 5% at higher resolutions) independent of the core frequency. While definitely a performance increase, we can't say if it's worth risking stability for.
The core of the GeForce is default-clocked at 120MHz, with the tweak utility allowing up to a setting of 142MHz. While we were able to run the card stably at that setting, the performance difference was negligible. So what happens when you push both to their maximums?
At lower resolutions, there is no more then a 1% increase, however at 1024x768 and above, that number jumped by up to 15%. It seems that the ASUS cards may be a little more tolerant of frequency adjustment than some of their competitors, giving the overclocking community something to think about.