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Bradford mate, did you put in a club mem request? Cant find it :/
Btw, do you think it is a must to use heatsinks on the vram?
I have my memory at 2005mhz (4.01ghz) and it runs fine. Its only after about an hour of gaming that I start to see textures flickering and a few lil coloured blobs here and there. It doesnt crash though. Could I be damaging it?

Oh and those PCIEx16 extension leads look interesting. Could you in theory run your card outside the case if the lead is long enough? I'm thinking that it cant be too long otherwise it may start affecting the performance.
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Bradford mate, did you put in a club mem request? Cant find it :/
Btw, do you think it is a must to use heatsinks on the vram?
I have my memory at 2005mhz (4.01ghz) and it runs fine. Its only after about an hour of gaming that I start to see textures flickering and a few lil coloured blobs here and there. It doesnt crash though. Could I be damaging it?

Oh and those PCIEx16 extension leads look interesting. Could you in theory run your card outside the case if the lead is long enough? I'm thinking that it cant be too long otherwise it may start affecting the performance.
I thought I did! I don't know I am idiot lol! I am not to shore about the blobs and things but if you meaning artifact and tearing then I would back off a bit but after 1 hour of gaming your getting that huh? I would have to say that you should put something on that card if the settings are where you need them or are you just trying to get the highest you can? I have seen guys put the heat-sinks on and hit 920/1840-2050@1.072v with out a tear or anything after 5 hours and it seems the main heat-sink is that the little chips (9 of them on some boards) towards the six pin pcie.

I would put the heat-sinks on anyway can't hurt and they are very cheap! I was gaming when you wrote sorry for the late response
Edited by Bradford1040 - 4/4/11 at 2:04am
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Bradford mate, did you put in a club mem request? Cant find it :/
Btw, do you think it is a must to use heatsinks on the vram?
I have my memory at 2005mhz (4.01ghz) and it runs fine. Its only after about an hour of gaming that I start to see textures flickering and a few lil coloured blobs here and there. It doesnt crash though. Could I be damaging it?

Oh and those PCIEx16 extension leads look interesting. Could you in theory run your card outside the case if the lead is long enough? I'm thinking that it cant be too long otherwise it may start affecting the performance.
o_______O I run my memory at 2100 and have no artifacting at all. wut

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Sending my card off back to asus, artifacting under stock box settings. WIll using my trusty old 8800GT meanwhile, should have it back soon guys and will be getting 2 and overclocking MOAR!!
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BTW Asus gtx 460's are 2x 6pin pci-e's arent they each card??
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what psu can i get to run 3 460's, (6 pci-e X6) i want to run 2 in sli and 1 for phys x
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are your cards able to get 100% on the fans or are they locked at 70~85%?
IIRC they're not locked, so they should be able to hit 100%. I only hit about 73% during Furmark.
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BTW Asus gtx 460's are 2x 6pin pci-e's arent they each card??
Yes, 2x 6-pin PCI-E connectors on the ASUS cards.
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Well I hit 955/1910-2090@1.1 stable still wanting to hit 1ghz has anyone got there?
I'm running at 1GHz ATM.
    
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what psu can i get to run 3 460's, (6 pci-e X6) i want to run 2 in sli and 1 for phys x
The 3rd 460 would render useless for physx with that setup, maybe a 9800gt or 8800gt
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