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You can enjoy GRID 2 on a GeForce GTX 780 Ti without overclocking its graphics memory, especially as an additional 1000 MHz to its clock rate only leads to a 3.4% increase in speed.

Company of Heroes 2

This game reacts to our memory overclocking in the same way:

Total War: Rome II

Finally we’ve reached a game where the overclocked memory does ensure a substantial performance boost for the ASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II OC.

The performance benefits can be observed in Total War: Rome II at any settings. They amount to 6.7-8.3%. Although not proportional to the memory frequency growth (+14.3%), it is still better than what we’ve seen so far.

Batman: Arkham Origins

Alas, the performance gains from our memory overclocking are small again:

Interestingly, the maximum performance boost in this game can be seen in the easy test mode, i.e. at 1920x1080 without antialiasing.

Battlefield 4

Our memory overclocking has little practical worth in this game, too.

The 1GHz increase in the clock rate of GDDR5 translates into a 2.5-3.4% increase in frame rate.


The ASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II OC doesn’t speed up much from our memory overclocking in this game, either:

Here is a table with full test results.

Now we can move on to our summary charts.

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