Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Aug 28, 2010.
To read this review go to: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Axle/GeForce_GTX_460_ACE_1024_MB/
I only got as far as the headline - a new card in the form of a 468 a most read
Edit: Now I got to the end and found it a good review as always.
nice review w1zz!!! when did axle come into play though??
a gtx 468 ... hmmm thats interesting
sorry about the typo in the title, fixed now
wow changed the fan speed to 2% idle 15% load.... that is one efficient cooler, and GF104 shows how cool it can run too.
W1zz...Dude....where's the digg box?
digg broke it when they changed design
Buggers. Good review, BTW.
nobody commenting on the new benchmark selection?
What sort of feedback are you looking for?
I mean...we all basically trust ya to bring honest compares no matter what, W1zz...I went through the benches, looked at the res I like(2560x1600), saw the numbers I expected...
Now I'm like...WHUT?!? something is different? only UT3 and COD4 I question usefulness of...Heaven bench...well...
I guesss for me, I need a few reviews before I can comment properly on that.
No more Metro 2033 but there is Bad Company 2??? Cool!!
You might want to quit using those CAT10.7 drivers ASAP, they are broken for crossfire. It's reviewed here.
It's good that some of those very old ones bite the dust eventually and nice to see BC2 there AvP too, other new one. Now just waiting for the DX11 3DMark to come out and added to the list (and maybe drop 03/05?).
good review as always. I'm happy to see some new titles in the review . Though i am curious as to why you still use CoD 4 for overclocking results. I would think a more GPU intensive app should be used to show how the oc can matter.
Like say, alien vs predator, crysis, metro 2033. Since in CoD4 the oc doesn't really matter since FPS are already sky high, whereas in a demanding game such as i've mentioned the gain in FPS from the OC is more acknowledgable. (fyi...it states i spelled that wrong but i didn't, update the sites vocabulary )
Can you tell me how you changed the fanspeed in the bios? What is the name of the tool you used, i cant find a program to do it anywhere.
check if nibitor can do it, i used a non-public tool
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