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GTX 275 upgrade to GTX 460?

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by Laurijan, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. {JNT}Raptor

    {JNT}Raptor New Member

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    1. Good for you. :)

    2. Seriously good for you bro. :toast:

    3. 60 amps is enough...they recommend 42total amps on the 12volt rail for the 470...so you should be good to go....enjoy the new toy. :rockout:
     
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    I got the GTX470. I am very impressed. Its one heck of a card. really really powerful.

    Mine's sits on 41c on idle and 70 on gameplay.

    Fan Speed 70%.

    Happy with it. and talk about dx11. wow
     
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    I have a 620 watt psu and oced gpu and cpu and it runs fine
     
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    I don't see how a 275 is almost as powerful as a 460. It's got 96 more shaders and higher clockspeeds...
     
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    nice dude its about time something worked out for you!
     
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    after what ive seen looking trough a tons of reviews about the gtx460 when overclocked it comes close to the gtx470, the gtx 460 uses less power overclocks well and is a smaller card, name any video card on the market that can compete with that
     

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