I just got this card - Inno3D GTX460 768MB - OC version. I checked on their website and It is not the same PCB/cooler as the one they are showing but then I noticed on the bottom that "Note: 1. PCB, components, specification and packing are subjected to change without notice" so ok they did a black nvidia reference PCB with a reference cooler actually it is this one showed in this review (only it has an additional "OC version" sticker): http://www.techspot.com/review/299-palit-inno3d-geforce-gtx-460/page3.html But then Inno3D is advertising clocks for the OC version like 750/1350/3800 and also the retailer listed the same clocks but when I installed the card the clocks were factory set to 800/1600/4000 (according to GPU-Z and Afterburner)!!! I'm puzzled as to why the higher clocks because all websites list this product with the official inno3d clocks! Did I get an ES sample? I'll put the GPU-Z screenshot tomorrow as at the moment I'm writing from a different PC ... I did a Kombustor test with Afterburner, the idle temps were ~30-35 C and with kombustor after the 2-nd minute the temperature stabilized at 71 C, fan speed rose from 40 to 50% with no change in noise, it is very quiet.