Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by Protagonist, Mar 21, 2012.
Oh well let me try,.... Thanks
Not a problem. You're welcome!
Idle Temp and was still going lower
GPU-Z Render Test Temp
This seem stable, I'll keep this settings
Wow! And that's at 50% fan. Very nice.
I think its a good card, plus I,ve used it since September 2010, i bought it as a TGT Point Of View GTX460 1GB Charged Edition
For making it possible i thank you
Yup welcome. That card is similar to my pair. Looks to be same cooler and everything. I wonder, does yours have a VRM heatsink on it?
I don't think it has a VRM heatsink, but honestly I've never checked, the card looks identical to The Beast Version except the name is Charged edition
Do you see screws at the back of the card in the marked area?
there are no screws at the back of the card
Yup, no vrm heatsink. You may be able to squeeze even more out of that card with 3rd party cooling and some voltmodding.
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@JrRacinFan thanks very mach for Bios mods, but I,m back again to disturb your peace, this is after extensive tests on all the BIOS modes, first I'll start by indicating that I've been running the TGT BEAST settings after testing the others, i think anything past the 905 Core Clock will need a voltage tweak while i do not want to do that. So The mem can run at 1065 with no issue, and shader can run at 1850 no issue too, issue is in the core clock past 905, i tried the 925 as u know, but i think it will need voltage tweak will i do not want to do that. So please mode the values in put for me the values in the TGT Beast Bios you know how you've done it before. i think they will be stable without voltage tweak, so please do that and post it the moded POV TGT Beast Bios do not change any other thing as usual, any other values or thing I'll change my self.
Core Clk: 900.00 MHz
Mem Clk: 1050.00 MHz
Shader Clk: 1850.00 MHz
Here you are. Remember, you can't unlink shaders.
thanks, but why do you indicate 1800MHz on shader? did you put that or its 1850MHz?
Oh i get it my bad
You're welcome. Yeah, with bios modding these cards, you are directly editing the shader clock, having "no control" over core clock at all.
Here GPU-Z Results
Hopefully you managed to get the correct TGT beast bios?
I'll try gaming on this settings to see if they are stable, then I'll let you know
GPU-Z Render Test
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Good if you did that, on to gaming results it seem to be working very well, with the game (Ridge Racer Unbounded) that made me realize the instability it appears to be stable at this settings, thanks for the good work @JrRacinFan, ill be conducting, gaming tests the whole of today since I'm off for two days and my holiday for a month in a weeks time after the two days hopefully i be using this settings coz I'll have a month of testing gaming wise for this settings
Looking very good. Man, its too bad you couldn't sli a card to match your current one. Seems to run splendid for you.
At the time, i had managed to talk a shop to bring me one GTX460 1GB, then when it come it was the POV TGT, i was skeptical at first coz i had never used this brand i was used to Palit, leadtek, XFX & Jatway. But still i was glad that they brought me a GTX460 1GB so i bought it but at a hefty price than what it was going for at that time in the outside market. our country tend to levy very hefty import duty hence the hefty prices.
Oh and i have been gaming the whole day, still works fine, i have played on it (Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City, Ridge Racer Unbounded, Sniper Elite V2, Street Fighter x Tekken & Blades of Time) they all work great so far and those are the games I'm currently playing even tho i finished the Blades of time like 3 weeks ago i had not uninstalled it. And i have even run OCCT just to check for any errors or stability issues I'm glad to report none yet and hope fully there wont be any any time soon or ever.
If shaders cant be unlinked, i come across some ones values and they appear off according to how shaders cant be unlinked,
from the TPU's GTX460 Club Code: http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=129138
please try and explain how this was achieved or its wrong info. i'm curious about the above values coz shaders appear to be unlinked, tho not curious about the achieved speed, just explain how the shaders appear to be unlinked
The information you are reading it wrong. He obtained 1ghz core.
If that's the case, 1GHz Core (1005) then the shader should be 2010MHz correct or am I wrong, and the memory is the 1800MHz,
So then what is indicated as 2100 should be 2010 is it?
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