All four cards in this round-up are overclocked out of the box, but we tried to squeeze some more out of them. The ASUS card has the best overclocking potential, and we got 3DMark Vantage to run stable at 1205/1800 MHz, resulting in 53,367 points. 3DMark11 ran stable at 1210/1175 MHz, scoring 15,763 points. 3DMark Fire Strike ran stable at the same clock frequencies and scored 10,990 points.
The EVGA got close to the ASUS card. 3DMark Vantage ran stable at 1160/1602 MHz, with a score of 53,990 points. 3DMark 11 ran stable at a slightly lower clock frequency of 1150/1742 MHz, which resulted in 15282 points. We got Fire Strike to run stable at 1150/1727 MHz, resulting in 10,360 points.
The Inno3D comes the most overclocked out of the box, but the full overclocking potential isn't as high as with ASUS and EVGA. The three 3DMarks don't get further than 1066 MHz for the GPU and 1703 MHz for the memory. In 3DMark Vantage, 3DMark11 and 3DMark Fire Strike that means 54,167, 14,307 and 9,837 points.
The overclocking potential of the MSI card appears to be somewhat limited, we didn't get it further than 1012/1752 MHz. That resulted in 51,058 3DMark Vantage points, 14,595 3DMark11 points and 10,044 3DMark Fire Strike points.