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Originally Posted by xXjay247Xx;11867933 
Please dont listen to this person, thank you.

When you overclock a GTX 460 at those speeds, it is faster than a 470 on stock, the only downside too a 768MB version is it suffers at higher resolutions.
Maybe true, but, you seem to be forgetting the bandwidth. I think a 768mb GTX460 has only 192bit compared to 256 or 384 bit for the 470, that makes a difference. Of course, you did mention high resolutions, but, more ppl than not on here have 1080p monitors, so, the 470 would help that much more smile.gif
    
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