I didn’t talk about it too much before, but the GTX 760 Superclocked w/ACX is an overclocked card as the name implies. A stock GTX 760 comes with a base clock of 980 Mhz and a boost clock of 1033 Mhz while this card’s base clock is faster than the reference boost clock at 1072 Mhz and its boost clock is 1137 Mhz. That means although we have a good idea of how it should perform just by going off our previous numbers, we get to see how the GTX 760 will perform with a healthy overclock. As you can see in 3DMark Fire Strike for example, the overclock gave the GTX 760 a nice bump in performance. It meant the difference between coming in behind the GTX 670 and with the overclock coming in ahead of it. The extra boost also helped push this card up closer to the performance we saw from the HD 7970 when I retested in earlier this month, I don’t think you could ask for any more performance from a card that is more than few steps down from the top of Nvidia’s current cards.