NVIDIA GeForce 335.23 WHQL Drivers Now Available: GTX 750 Overclocking Limits Increasedby Ryan Smith on March 10, 2014 6:20 PM EST
Word comes this afternoon that NVIDIA has released another new set of WHQL drivers, this time version 335.23. 335.23 is another member of the R334 driver branch, so this is a straightforward update to the 334.89 WHQL drivers released last month that builds on those previously introduced performance and feature additions.
335.23 is another one of NVIDIA’s “game ready” driver releases that’s being pushed out ahead of a major game’s launch. This time it’s for Respawn’s Titanfall, which is due tomorrow.
335.23 also includes a GPU clock offset increase that should be of interest to GTX 750 series owners. As our regular readers may recall from our GTX 750 review, all of our GTX 750 cards have overclocked so well that they’ve hit NVIDIA’s clock offset limits, keeping us from overclocking any of these cards to their physical limits. With this larger offset GTX 750 series owners should be able to squeeze a bit more out of their cards, and is something we’ll be checking up on this week.
Meanwhile this driver release also contains new SLI profiles for Diablo 3, DOTA 2, NFS: Rivals, and Watch Dogs. 3D Vision profiles/ratings are also included for Titanfall, Thief, and Call of Duty: Ghosts.
As usual, you can grab the drivers for all current desktop and mobile NVIDIA GPUs over at NVIDIA’s driver download page.
Source: SH SOTN
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lmcd - Monday, March 10, 2014 - linkTo be clear, both members of the 750 series got a max OC lift? Or just the 750?
rhx123 - Monday, March 10, 2014 - linkIt's upped on the 750Ti as well but the max power limit is still 100% for me so I'm not seeing any faster clocks than before anyway.
zach1 - Monday, March 10, 2014 - linkReally On my 750 ti, which I use for mining, I upped the core clock by 240 mhz or 105 more then the earlier 135 limit, with the same 600 mhz memory overclock. The 750 ti has a ton of thermal headroom.
rhx123 - Monday, March 10, 2014 - linkYes, I am hitting 1200MHz before I hit PerfCap for power, even when I set it to +240, the same as when I had +135.
MrSpadge - Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - linkIf you're power limited but have not yet reached your chips limits you could lower your voltage via a negative voltage offset. This reduces power at the same clock (as long as it's still stable) and hence allows for higher clocks to be reached
Ryan Smith - Monday, March 10, 2014 - linkIt's on both. The entirely of the GTX 750 series (or all of the Maxwell parts released thus far).
lavaheadache - Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - linknow lift the limits on GK110
thunderising - Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - linkOrrr... launch a GTX 750 Ti with a 6-pin power connector and higher clocks for $169.99. We'll OC the shit of out that
Ryan Smith - Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - linkFunny enough, I'm working on just such a card right now.
kwrzesien - Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - linkI hope it's this one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N8...
6-pin power and dual ACX fans should be plenty for a good OC.