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post #1321 of 1902
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Originally Posted by Bastiaan_NL View Post
I received the second gtx 460 yesterday. Installed it and its folding now
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/audpr/
I notice that your voltage shows at 1.025 v. Did you adjust it or is that "out of the box" voltage setting? I have a single card and the voltage is something like .9375 volts if I remember correctly (am at the office right now).
post #1322 of 1902
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I notice that your voltage shows at 1.025 v. Did you adjust it or is that "out of the box" voltage setting? I have a single card and the voltage is something like .9375 volts if I remember correctly (am at the office right now).
For the first card it was right out the box.
I have seen the second card at .9xxx, but it changed after a few seconds of folding with the overclock.
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post #1323 of 1902
The voltages fluctuate from card to card. There are, most of the time, Differences even between 2 stock cards in voltages.


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I notice that your voltage shows at 1.025 v. Did you adjust it or is that "out of the box" voltage setting? I have a single card and the voltage is something like .9375 volts if I remember correctly (am at the office right now).
post #1324 of 1902
Yep, just like the vids on cpu's
I'll see if I can adjust the voltage and get a bit more out of these cards soon
Maxing out at 48c is way too low imo
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post #1325 of 1902
Crank those puppies up and see what you can get. I know 2 X GTX 460's can out perform 1 X GTX 480 (in most situations if not all)

Besides, the more of your CPU you use to fold on those 2 cards then the less you have to try and catch up to us BBB =D (not like you guys are even in our rear view mirror but still lol)


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Yep, just like the vids on cpu's
I'll see if I can adjust the voltage and get a bit more out of these cards soon
Maxing out at 48c is way too low imo
post #1326 of 1902
My GTX 470s. I'll be putting them into my system tonight. Also, bought the Asus 1920X1080 Monitor and 3D Nvidia Glasses bundle. Attached are the pics. The pics aren't great because I used my iphone. Anyway, if more info is needed to be part of the club, please let me know.

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post #1327 of 1902
What's the model number of that Asus Monitor that you got? I'm looking into getting one myself and wanna check it out. Let us know how it performs both with and without 3D please.


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My GTX 470s. I'll be putting them into my system tonight. Also, bought the Asus 1920X1080 Monitor and 3D Nvidia Glasses bundle. Attached are the pics. The pics aren't great because I used my iphone. Anyway, if more info is needed to be part of the club, please let me know.

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post #1328 of 1902
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Crank those puppies up and see what you can get. I know 2 X GTX 460's can out perform 1 X GTX 480 (in most situations if not all)

Besides, the more of your CPU you use to fold on those 2 cards then the less you have to try and catch up to us BBB =D (not like you guys are even in our rear view mirror but still lol)
They already out perform a 480 with folding at home. Doing a solid 28k on them

The i7 is folding 24/7 too, only thing is I should try to overclock it a bit more

Anyways, if the voltage is unlocked I should be able to hit some awesome clocks and boost the ppd up a lot
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post #1329 of 1902
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What's the model number of that Asus Monitor that you got? I'm looking into getting one myself and wanna check it out. Let us know how it performs both with and without 3D please.
Not a problem. I'll let you know how it performs as soon as I install the 470s into my rig. Here's the newegg link for the monitor:
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post #1330 of 1902
Just make sure not to overvolt too much because I made the mistake and have paid for it by being down for over a month now with nothing but a MSI GTX 260 Twin Frozr to do all my graphics stuff with (I/E/ Folding and gaming) which get's it done but not at the highest settings lol.... on second thought, max out the voltage man so that your folding rig is down for a bit ok lol J/K I would never wish ill fate on another man's computer.


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They already out perform a 480 with folding at home. Doing a solid 28k on them

The i7 is folding 24/7 too, only thing is I should try to overclock it a bit more

Anyways, if the voltage is unlocked I should be able to hit some awesome clocks and boost the ppd up a lot
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