Point of View NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 OC vs Radeon 6990 OC

2. The PoV GTX 5904. Test System and Methodology


Point of View NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 Overclocked Review

Overclocks

To test our cards in this article we are applying the maximum stable overclock to each. In the case of the POV card that is 705/957 and on AMD, 945/1350. In addition to this we have also overclocked our Intel Core i7-990X by over 1GHz to 4.5GHz to ensure the potential of the GPUs is maximised.

For reference, we are also using the retail version of each game, in real world gameplay with the latest patches applied.

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