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Old March 28th 12, 01:18 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware.overclocking
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Hello Im just wondering if its possible to Oc that se version of the gtx
460 so it can be equal to the performance of a standard evga gtx 460 1gb

is it possible ? cuz i heard that the se gtx 460 is trash


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Old April 4th 12, 02:04 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware.overclocking
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PcGAmeR22;1334753 Wrote:
Hello Im just wondering if its possible to Oc that se version of the gtx
460 so it can be equal to the performance of a standard evga gtx 460 1gb

is it possible ? cuz i heard that the se gtx 460 is trash


It is possible to oc the 460 'se', but doubtful you'll be able to get
performance equal to that of the 460 1GB. Reason is, the '460 SE' cards
use GTX 460 chips that have one or more cores with factory defects. The
faulty cores are disabled, and, clock speed is reduced, allowing the
hobbled chips to be sold...in a lower performance card that uses less
power...at a reduced price.
There are slight changes to the 'se' card that improve performance, but
ya can expect performance to be somewhere between that of the 768MB and
1GB cards.


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Old April 4th 12, 05:38 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware.overclocking
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Sweet thanks for your feedback


 




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