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.
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.