Originally Posted by XxDeadlyxX
Is there any advantage to buying factory superclocked versions? (ie. EVGA's one?) Do they give any advantage in terms of being able to clock higher than standard versions on air due to starting at 725MHz instead of 700MHz?
Or does it make no difference and standard versions can overclock just as well? Because unless the superclocked versions overclock better what is the advantage in getting them?
Theoretically the OC/superclocked version are binned higher, i.e., they've been tested as better overclocking boards, though I can't say I've ever seen a conclusive test if this is true or not, but seems reasonable.
Edit: I wonder if jakup would be able to confirm or debunk this...?