Hey. Got this question that's been bugging me for a few days. I've got this GTX 460 External Exhaust version from EVGA factory clocked at 720/1440/1800. Obviously I wanted to overclock it to see how far it would go. On the stock voltage of 1.025V for core, I got to 825/1650/2000. Even though it could probably go even further, I stopped right there 'cause I like rounded numbers. Anyway, I saw this article here of a roundup of 460 Cards: http://www.behardware.com/articles/809-19/roundup-14-geforce-gtx-460-1-gb-cards.html as you can see from there the VRM area of the back hots up to 133 degrees at stock frequency! Is that too high? I remember people were scared about 4870 VRM temps a while back. Is this normal? Am I going to brick it if I oc it? I'm now running it at stock clocks but with Vcore lowered to 0.9 of a volt and temps never go above 73 for GPU. I've also grazed the Internet to find that if anybody have bricked their 460 and fortunately I haven't found any. Sorry for mu confused writing, Cheers!