Overclocking Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 – 4GB to 1547MHz via liquid nitrogen has successfully hit a world record. Its almost over half again as fast as a stock card clocks. This epic beauty is already the fastest card in the market.
User TiN over the on the Kingping Cooling forums took a stock Nvidia GTX 690 4GB dual-GPU graphics card and took it to below-zero temperatures using liquid nitrogen cooling in order to achieve his world-record result. Originally, TiN had pushed the clocks to 1,600MHz, but due to stability issues forced a drop to 1,547MHz at which point the card was reportedly completely stable.
TiN scored 28,812 points in 3DMark 11 - while pushed the clocks to the mix for quad-SLI. This is a record-breaking effort by TiN but they’re not exactly suitable for day-to-day use due to its massive cooling system method.
It’s an indication and test of just how far Nvidia’s latest high-end GPUs can be pushed – given a powerful enough cooling system but still it can be risky while experiment.