Monday, June 3rd 2013

Point of View Unveils GeForce GTX 780 Ammo and Mag Editions

Point of View - premier NVIDIA graphics partner launches today an all new overclocking series. Introducing "TROOPER" and the first two OC cards available beginning of June: the Trooper GTX 780 AMMO Edition and Trooper GTX 780 MAG Edition. The mystery force behind this all new brand is a veteran in Graphics overclocking. Skilled in the art of letting stuff run better, faster and more silent - the anonymous Trooper is back and about to kick start performance back to the top.
Ludicrous speeds
The recently released NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 already brought games to their knees and now, we're about to detonate the bomb in performance land.

In case of performance we can be quite clear, it's never enough and we are all about performance. This new flagship product again makes a huge jump, setting the standard for next generation gaming!

It's time to reload and get back into the game with the Trooper GTX 780 AMMO and Trooper GTX 780 MAG editions graphics card.

At this moment we have two models of the GeForce GTX 780 available, the default OC card being the AMMO Edition. The AMMO edition features a nominal core clock of 902 MHz and a boost of 941 MHz. Nice to start with but it gets even better with the MAG edition.

On exactly 941 MHz, the MAG edition will take it over and pushes that up to 980 MHz for the boost clock. All Trooper cards are left with a rather high margin for manual overclocking so if you think you can do it better, rock on and be sure to post your screens here.

More to come
We have some amazing new things coming up, so keep an eye on and on our Facebook page. Expect faster clocks, silent solutions. New coolers and new models are revealed soon, so stay tuned!

Also contact us for a special deal on the Trooper GTX 660 Ti MAG edition, the best bang for your hard earned buck
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3 Comments on Point of View Unveils GeForce GTX 780 Ammo and Mag Editions

so its Nvidia reference and (Nvidia reference+ few MHz ) editions and waow its a big jump for POV like no one did it before ,come-on at least put your cooler then start to brag about "your" VGA cards .
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Are you kidding me?
"ohmergerd we added 50 muggahertz, 800 hundred dollah preez"

Kill yourselves. Please. Your Marketing team needs to die. It's never too late to abort them.
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Does that come with a warranty? That website -I mean, that web page is not informative at all. And don't clock them too high, they'll burn with that stock cooler. I pass....
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