Pues verificando que ahora hay más usuarios que poseen esta excelente tarjeta que tal si abrimos un hilo dedicado exclusivamente a esta tarjeta, a fin de no desviar el tema en el hilo general de las GTX600 o discutiendo en hilos donde se considera offtopic. Si desean discutir cual GTX670 es mejor y por qué, aqui es tu oportunidad. Por lo pronto les indico algunos detalles: Guía para aprender a realizar OC en esta serie. GPU Clock: Velocidad de stock de la tarjeta. Boost Clock : Aumento automático de la velocidad del GPU partiendo del GPU Stock Clock, aparece en el GPU-Z Kepler Boost: Es el valor de OC máximo al que puede llegar (en Mhz) el GPU, para detectarlo correr una o 2 sesiones de Heaven 3.0 mientras el GPU-Z se queda en segundo plano, el valor máximo aparecerá según la siguiente imagen. el Kepler Boost se obtiene restando el valor máximo - Boost Clock. ************************************* Ejemplo: GB GTX670 que poseo tiene los siguientes datos: GPU Stock Clock: 980MHz GPU Boost: 1059MHz Kepler Boost: 1150MHz - 1059MHz = 91 ************************************* Bench: Gigabyte GTX670 OC @ 1059/1652 Monitoreo: !Para estabilizar el OC aumentar el Power Target a 110% y aumentar el voltaje al maximo. Kepler Boost: 1229 - 1138 = 91 Max Temp (case cerrado): 60º (después de 2 corridas seguidas del Heaven) Heaven 3.0: 16xFA/8xAA/Tess: Extreme/Full HD 3DMARK 11: Extreme/Benchmark only/Stretched Equipo de prueba (se indica en la firma) ***************************************** Con respecto a las GTX670 y aprovechando lo fanboyaso Verde que es Toms acá les dejo un buen artículo: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-670-test-review,3217.html Seven Solid GeForce GTX 670s, But Three Stand Out A Good Foundation Means There Are No Losers If you are a gaming enthusiast shopping for a GeForce GTX 670, even a reference card is a good choice. Despite its plain-Jane looks, Nvidia's implementation is well-built, fast, and easy on the ears. At the end of the day, each of the non-reference designs we tested had certain advantages and disadvantages. But they all cranked out solid performance. The four cards pictured above, from Gainward, Palit, Galaxy, and Nvidia itself, are good. They have their own idiosyncrasies, but they're still GeForce GTX 670s. Three other models do, however, stand out. The Quietest GeForce GTX 670: Asus GTX670-DC2T-2GD5 If acoustics are high on your priority list, you're going to like the Asus card. Not only is it a well-built and quiet, but it also boasts the second-highest factory overclock. The new DirectCU II cooler shrank during its redesign for this card, but its performance is still excellent. Galaxy/KFA²'s card is also quiet, but it didn't win because of its high temperatures under load and annoying coil chirping. That's almost certainly a flaw in our sample, though, and we'll retest when we receive a replacement. It's important to add that, this time around, a dual-slot card proved to be the quietest, while triple-slot models made more noise. Wow. The Fastest GeForce GTX 670: Zotac ZT-60302-10P Thick, cool, and brutal. Those are the three attributes that came to mind when looking at and using Zotac's card. This heavy, bulky board boasts excellent cooling performance. However, its acoustics are as noticeable as its physical looks. Maybe its fans could spin slightly slower, since the beefy cooler seems to have plenty of potential left over, based on our temperature measurements. Performance-wise, this card nips at the heels of GeForce GTX 680 cards for less money (and it might even be more widely available). Its high memory clock enables excellent bandwidth. But we wonder about the decision to use only two six-pin power connectors. In our torture test it draws 215 W, which doesn't leave a lot of room for additional overclocking through higher voltages. All-Around Best GeForce GTX 670: Gigabyte N670OC-2GD Gigabyte's card is quiet at idle and not too loud under load. Its cooling performance at idle, during normal desktop work, and during gaming is even better than Asus' card. It ties Zotac's effort for the lowest temperature at idle, but achieves its goal at a mere 20% fan duty cycle. When we configured it to cool our card down to 70°C, its sound level was still acceptable. This is the slimmest card in our test, it weighs the least, and is even suitable for SLI configurations on motherboards with a just a single-slot gap between 16-lane interfaces. Unfortunately, that's pretty common. Although the N670OC-2GD doesn't include the highest overclock, it's currently selling online at the same $400 price point as completely stock reference cards. And that's with the Windforce 3X cooler. That combination cannot be beat.