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Sigh, my 460 gets stuck at 850c at max volts.
 
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Beast OC for a 460.

Did you run an artifact scanner for stability @ 950c?

If so: INSANITY BRO
    
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What cpu did you use?
    
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Wow, 850 to 950 made quite a big difference.

Edit: Would love to see some CoD:BO benchmarks too.
I will have them soon.

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Solid review! 675 base core for the 460, all the way up to 950+ core... I never realized how well those chips OC'd... +21 minimum fps is jaw-dropping.
They OC great!

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I'm dumbfounded by the difference between 850 and 950. If I may make a suggestion, normalize the graphs, and perhaps put all four values into one chart.
I shall try that for COD:BO

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720c - Meh

850c - Nice

950c - wut? Did your GTX460 go super saiyan? That's a hefty increase in FPS there.


IMO the gtx460's stock clocks were far too low.
The stock were only 673 I believe. Crappy clocks, lol.

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Also, how did you run the test? Results will vary a lot just be looking in a slightly different area.
Used the benchmarking tool I got off of guru3d, by using it to capture all my moves and cameras of all AI, then I played it through each one to get the same FPS, then did runs without to check too.

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Holy crap that's a huge boost... How does the card at 950/2200 compare to a stock GTX 470/570?
I know it beats the 470, IDK the 570.

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Beast OC for a 460.

Did you run an artifact scanner for stability @ 950c?

If so: INSANITY BRO
Yeah, it's been at there for awhile, ran many artifact scanners, never had a single one. It's a great card! Even now without good thermal paste it runs fine, I had to use some ****ty stuff, because I thought I had arctic silver, but I didn't. I'm gonna pick some up this week I hope.

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What cpu did you use?
940 BE@3.5GHz
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I am definitely pleased with the gtx 460 768mb msi twin frozer 2. Runs very cool...like 55c in game...it's pretty ridiculous. I could run some sli benches of bfbc2 when my sli bridge arrives. I'm running a 2600k stock clocks with the stock heat sink still
    
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I am definitely pleased with the gtx 460 768mb msi twin frozer 2. Runs very cool...like 55c in game...it's pretty ridiculous. I could run some sli benches of bfbc2 when my sli bridge arrives. I'm running a 2600k stock clocks with the stock heat sink still
Hopefully my computer sells soon so I can get either a 2500k or 2600k.
    
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You guys are thinking too much on "That much FPS for 100 Mhz on the core?!?!!".
He also raised his memory clocks by 200Mhz and it does add to the performance.

@OP: You should have put all of these in 1 graph. Would be neat if you did a few other games (don't bother with black ops) like Just Cause 2 or Metro. =)
    
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You guys are thinking too much on "That much FPS for 100 Mhz on the core?!?!!".
He also raised his memory clocks by 200Mhz and it does add to the performance.

@OP: You should have put all of these in 1 graph. Would be neat if you did a few other games (don't bother with black ops) like Just Cause 2 or Metro. =)
I don't have either, but I will try hopefully tomorrow as I need to go buy some arctic silver to reapply it so I can get down from 65-70c to 60-65c or so. I will try one graph for the next benchmarks. Remember to +rep if you like it.
    
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After you told me about your OC I had to see it for my self. Sick OC bro. Defiantly made up my mind +rep
    
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After you told me about your OC I had to see it for my self. Sick OC bro. Defiantly made up my mind +rep
Glad you liked it!
    
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