Originally Posted by mx500torid
Yep you guys are more adventurous than me. Very slight overclock 670 core. Think Ill leave it as is and see what happens.
I'm pretty sure any gtx 460 will run 750 core without any other tweaks. The worst gf104 core i came across, out of ten tested cores, reached 800 before needing any more juice. They just beg to run faster, more like stock gtx 560 clocks.
And from experience, ppd scale almost linearly with clocks: from 725 to 910 mhz core means 25.5% faster. PPD came from 12k up to 15k (assuming 2387 or 5757 wu), 25% more points. The damned 5187 showed a more drastic increase: 8k to a little more than 11k, so a 38% ish addition.
If you can keep them cool, like below 70c, they will clock like there's no tomorrow.
My clocks were done under water, so don't expect more than 850-875 on air, but i like to see ocing while folding like turning a 5$ bill into a 10$ one!
Originally Posted by mstenholm
If I understand you right then you never had two 8057 at the same time. Is your GPUs both in the same rig? I would hate if my faster card (rig 1) not get one if my slow card (rig 2) is working on one already. But again if a GTS 450 could get one then I just improve my chances to download them.
I looked at prices for new a 460. Yikes. Anyway I bought 3 GPUs the past three weeks so my quota is full.
Well i'm stuck with only one gtx 460 2win, so two 460. It's twin sister is gone to RMA.