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zotac gts 450 810mhz vs zotac gts 450 amp 875mhz

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  1. MUZAKKIR New Member

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    how much difference i see in games when using gts 450 amp or gts 450 zotac
     
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    Not a massive amount, probably a couple fps. If this is a purchase decision just get the cheaper one and OC it yourself using something like Afterburner.
     
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    is zotac provide any software to oc gfx
     
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    you can use MSI Afterburner to overclock any video card made by any sub company.
     
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    ZOTAC Boost Premium software included in zotac gts 450 box
     
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    also known as worthless software..... there is nothing it can do that afterburner cant.
     
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    zotac vs msi which one do you think better msi "fan"
     
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    just get the cheaper one and oc it :)
     
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    MSI is better
     
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    if u take MSI's GTS450 u are sure that it will work with adjusting voltage too in Afterburner, i dunno if Zotac's GTS450 supports that ^^;
     
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    All GTS 450 support voltage tuning; I have a reference based card and can reach 980mhz on the core and still temps are very good. To the OP: get the cheapest card and use MSI Afterburner to overclock it.
     
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    but if he can get the MSI with aftermarket cooling, it will overclock further and remain cooler
     
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    i have min power requirement of this card so i dont think that it is good to overclock zotac.....
     
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    ...about 65MHz.
     
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    Did you get a new PSU?
     
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    what PSU do you have?
     
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    i have a dumb psu but i will replace it within 6months when i hv money my budget about psu is 50$
     

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