The diagrams show that at the default frequencies the reviewed graphics card is a little ahead of the GeForce 7600 GS with the reference frequencies of 400/400 (800) MHz, but after its frequencies are increased to the maximum – without any modifications even – it almost overtakes the 7600 GT! We didn’t have such a result even when overclocking an EVGA e-GeForce 7600 GS 256MB to its highest clock rates. Here, you can get a tremendous performance boost without much effort. The volt-mod makes a candy out of the Gainward Bliss 7600 GS 256MB: a 50% growth in frequencies as well as in performance! What’s remarkable, the increase of the frequency of the pixel processors and rasterization units by 85MHz relative to the geometric subunit (the so-called delta modification) provides a small but tangible performance gain in real-life applications!
It’s all the same in this popular gaming benchmark. We’re dealing with graphics cards based on the same GPU, so it’s natural that they behave in a similar way.
With the right settings this benchmark can load any of today’s graphics cards to the full. The results suggest that you just have to overclock the tested graphics card. It is ready to yield a colossal performance gain!