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Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 980Ti SOC GPU Review

  1. Introduction, Packaging and Specifications
  2. Closer Look
  3. Utility and Manual Overclocking
  4. Test Bench and Testing Methodology
  5. 3DMark (2013) Benchmark
  6. 3DMark 11 Benchmark
  7. OpenGL Benchmark- Cinebench 11.5 and R15
  8. Heaven 4.0 Benchmark
  9. Hitman Absolution
  10. Shadow of Mordor
  11. GTA V Benchmark
  12. GRID Autosport Benchmark
  13. GPU Computation Benchmark
  14. Folding at Home and LuxMark OpenCL Benchmark
  15. Preset Profiles and Overclocking Impressions
  16. Conclusion
  17. Online Purchase Links


Like many overclocking utilities, Gigabyte OC GURU II allows you to monitor and manual set GPU/Memory clock speed and voltage. You can also manually set the fan speeds as per temperature.

You can manually add voltage with intervals of 0.0125v. There are seven LED options and 1 multi-LED light options, along with LED effects such as Breathing, flashing and Dual flashing.

The clock speed presets are ‘Eco’, ‘Gaming’ and ‘OC’. The high preset (OC) gives a base clock speed of 1190MHz. ‘Gaming’ clock speed profile is enabled by default, which switching to OC profile requires the utility.

Note that Gigabyte has something that they call it as ‘GPU Gauntlet’ (with a trademark icon) sorting. As per their words, Gigabyte SOC (Super Overclock) graphic cards guarantees the higher overclocking capability.

Using the OC GURU II utility, I was able to get it to +160MHz boost. In the end, it gave 1312MHz base/1401 MHz boost clock speed- a 10.25% increase compared to OC profile’s base clock and 31.2% compared to reference version’s base clock.

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