Gainward has recently come up with a very unique PCI Express Graphics card,
the 6600GT PCIE GLH. Lets see how the card fares at overclocking.

Gainward has recently come up with a very unique PCI Express Graphics card,
the 6600GT PCIE GLH.

The appealing factor for some of us die-hard overclockers are the 1.6ns GDDR3
rams that the card houses. That would mean overclockability by default, the card
is clocked at 500Mhz core and 1000Mhz memory.

We got a chance to play with this card recently so we decided to take her for
a good ride.

First, we ran a 3D Mark 2003 Test for the card clocked at stock. These are
the rest of the test components:

Intel Pentium 4 3.6E

Abit AA8XE

2 x 512Mb Micron E. S. DDR2 Memory

We got a very decent score of 8272 points.

Then. we decided to push it to see how far the card would go.

We hit a speed of 570Mhz/1240Mhz and got over a 1000 point boost in score:

That’s a 70Mhz increase in core speed and a 140Mhz increase in memory speed.
Pretty impressive for stock cooling don’t you think?