Above, Crysis 2, same maxed out image quality settings as before yet now with added overclock results:
High Resolution Texture Pack
Ultra Quality settings
Level - Times Square (2 minute custom time demo)
So above you can see the results tweaked at default software settings and with EVBot. You really do need to investigate whether or not EVBOT is worth the extra dough, obviously for pro-overclocking with subzero-cooling that's another story.
Above, 3DMark 11 - the Performance test and score. As you can see, there is an additional bump in this very GPU intensive software, lovely.
Above, Alien versus Predator, in 1920x1200 at 4xAA and 16X anisotropic filtering
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