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2X evga gtx460se 950/1900/2100 1.087v
runs mint.
dam I guess the se versions overclock a lot easier? but aren't they less of a card? not picking on them just asking!
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1GB version, not SLI, but it's at 1GHz right now
wow! what are your settings and is it the old version or the se? and like to see a bench if you have it.
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wow! what are your settings and is it the old version or the se? and like to see a bench if you have it.
Normal full version. I can get some later when I get some arctic silver to reapply, hopefully will have some today.
    
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Normal full version. I can get some later when I get some arctic silver to reapply, hopefully will have some today.
well as far as AS5 I use NT-1 which lowers temps by 5c easy AS5 is ok but more hype than good. I have it and a few others applied on both cards nt-1 vs as5 and then as5 vs nt-1 and every time nt-1 was 5c lower
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well as far as AS5 I use NT-1 which lowers temps by 5c easy AS5 is ok but more hype than good. I have it and a few others applied on both cards nt-1 vs as5 and then as5 vs nt-1 and every time nt-1 was 5c lower
If I can find it in a local store here in Colorado Springs, I'll get it.
    
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I have an EVGA SC overclocked to 763 MHz on the core .
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I have an EVGA SC overclocked to 763 MHz on the core .
thank you, but isn't that almost stock? I have forgoot'n stock wow lol I guess I should look at the boxes lol! what drivers are you using and are you running 1 or 2 cards if 2 post some benches well post benches anyway if you have one shore it will help someone

once again thank you for posting
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thank you, but isn't that almost stock? I have forgoot'n stock wow lol I guess I should look at the boxes lol! what drivers are you using and are you running 1 or 2 cards if 2 post some benches well post benches anyway if you have one shore it will help someone

once again thank you for posting
763MHz is stock for an SC. Stock for a reference one is 675MHz. I have 2 running in a folding rig with the latest drivers. I may post some benches in the future.
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763MHz is stock for an SC. Stock for a reference one is 675MHz. I have 2 running in a folding rig with the latest drivers. I may post some benches in the future.
cool thanx, and another thing I want to add to new comers is if you have a gtx460 that is not reference(meaning over clocked cards), could you post pictures of the physical lay out (to your best), so water cooling people that need the full coverage water blocks will know if the new models are compatible! that happened to me on my pny's and had to sell the pny's and buy evga!

PNY is no longer the physical reference lay out, for all to know!!!
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dam I guess the se versions overclock a lot easier? but aren't they less of a card? not picking on them just asking!
yeah they are only 288 shader's as opposed to 336 on the reg 460's but they overclock like beasts. stock voltage I was up to almost 900mhz.
but since I have 2 overclocked to the balls, they keep up with my friends dual 460's at 905mhz.
these are also 1gb versions too.
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