MY GTX460 Clocks

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  1. Mark-32

    Mark-32 Active Member

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    Hi, I have a Gainward GTX460 1024GB regular edition. I was able to clock my card to 825 MHz on the core, 1650 shader, and 4100 memory simply by using afterburner. My temps are ~43 idle (warm environment here) and 80C full load.
    I wanna know if my temps are considered high and whether my card is considered a good over-clocker. I also wana know if it's bottlenecked by my CPU Q6600 2.4 on stock clocks.
    PS: I have a 8800GT as dedicated physx card

    Thank you
     
  2. H83

    H83 Ancient Guru

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    The temps look good to me but you need to overclock your CPU past 3.0GHz to eliminate a possible bottleneck.
     
  3. NobleKnight51

    NobleKnight51 Master Guru

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    Agree with H83 ^^

    You may wanna drop the 8800GT as a PhysX card, unless you know it is benefiting you in your PhysX enabled games.
     
  4. Shagula

    Shagula Master Guru

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    I have Asus GTX460 1gig cards and they get to 800core at 1012mV (Standard) but anything after that requires a voltage increase. I can get them to 930core with the voltage maxed, stable enough to run bench's, not sure about 24/7 use. I haven't tried to OC the ram. For normal use they run at the standard clocks anyway because thats fast enough for anything. Temps run from high 20s to low 40s at idle and absolute max in the low 80s now (I have a card sandwich!). Sounds like you got a good overclocker if you didn't touch the voltages :)
     
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  5. orion24

    orion24 Master Guru

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    :bang:

    Am I the only one that gets just a 10% stock-voltage overclock with pretty much every NVIDIA card so far?
     
  6. lysaer

    lysaer Master Guru

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    your temps do seem a little high, but i would imagine it is because you live in such a warm environment so i wouldn't worry about it as there is not much you can do.

    The card should be good to run right up to 100c, i'd say 80c is pretty much the max you want to be at with that overclock
     
  7. DrDoU

    DrDoU Member Guru

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    I have ran mine at 850/1700/3900 with temps around 54C with no problems.Just leave mine at stock cus it doesn't need to run any faster at the moment.
     
  8. Redemption80

    Redemption80 Ancient Guru

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    Temps are high, but im sure your room temps are also pretty high, my usual room temp is 15c, which has the GTX460 at 25c idle, but because im hungover its now at 25c, which has it idling at 37c at the moment.

    I would remove the 8800GT though, while they were great as a GPU, and do make good PhysX cards, don't have it in unless your currently playing a PhysX game, from my experience they are very warm, and will just heat up your GTX460.
    I use a GTX260 as a PhysX card, but the second the game is over, its whipped out.
     
  9. angmar

    angmar Maha Guru

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    The card is running hot and that is a pretty crappy overclock for a gtx 460 if you add voltage and even without voltage thats a pretty crummy oc..sorry ;\
     
  10. aayman_farzand

    aayman_farzand Master Guru

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    Those are some very high temps for a comparatively low OC.

    I live in a warm country (Bangladesh) My idle temp is 35C, game temp 70s, stress temp 84 max. My card is OC'd to 875/1750/2000 with voltage at 1.05. I should mention that I have good air cooling, top and rear exhaust + front and side intake, all 120mm fans.

    With just side and rear exhaust, I used to get 40C idle, 70s ingame but clocked at 825mhz @ 1.03V
     

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