- Jan 1, 2008
On what grounds? All of the cards easily boost past their guaranteed boost clock. Read the specs. EVGA's highest end card only advertises 1800MHz boost clock.
The speculation, with zero evidence, is entire product ranges of cards are bad because of a board layout choice. Some may actually be bad with a specific configuration, but it’s the minority(and no EVGA cards). Now anything without “the best” possible layout if deemed poop. This is about the same as getting upset when you find out your board has cheap screws and not NASA grade hardware holding it together.
This witch hunt mostly being decided upon by people who just now realized every component in their PC is built to be profitable. Which was all started by an article which didn’t even use the correct terminology...