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Point of View Launches the GTX 780 Ammo and Mag Edition

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The awkwardly named Point of View Trooper Ammo and Mag Editions feature factory overclocks while keeping Nvidia’s reference cooling design.

Point of View has launched two new variants of the GeForce GTX 780 graphics card that feature factory overclocks and Nvidia’s reference cooler design. The Trooper Ammo Edition features a base and boost clock of 920 MHz and 941 MHz, while the Trooper Mag Edition further increases the clock rate to 941 MHz and 980 MHz, respectively.

Point of View has also announced that they intend to further expand their range of Trooper graphics cards in the near future with versions equipped with aftermarket coolers.

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    flowingbass , June 6, 2013 12:18 AM
    Yehey!
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    howee , June 6, 2013 12:45 AM
    Overclock a reference card and call it a day. I hate when companies cannot even bother to launch models with non ref coolers on it.
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    cats_Paw , June 6, 2013 2:05 AM
    Just go with the cheapest reference design and then deside waht cooler you want. Companies that sell GPUs rearly make good coolers if you compare them to companies that focus on coolers alone (not to mention you get the chance to water cool :D ).
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    centaurius , June 6, 2013 3:13 AM
    Well... I dont mind this factory CO on reference cooling, just bring down the price lilk to 500 and I'll buy one.
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    DarkSable , June 6, 2013 4:38 AM
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    Overclock a reference card and call it a day. I hate when companies cannot even bother to launch models with non ref coolers on it.


    Bear in mind that this reference cooler was designed for a chip that produces significantly more heat than the 780 and 770 do. The reference cooler is more expensive and better performing than a lot of non-reference coolers we've seen so far.
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    DryCreamer , June 6, 2013 7:29 AM
    At least as it sits right now the options to overclock these GTX 700 GPUs are limited because of GPU Boost 2.0 anyway right? so the only real reason an aftermarket cooler matters is if you just want at static temp drop at the stock speeds?
    Dry
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    spyguy001 , June 26, 2013 6:47 PM
    UGH, seriously, if this card is more expensive then the EVGA ACX one, i will simply have shat bricks.