Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 21, 2012.
here is mine compare
did you try GTX 460 768MB bios? your ASIC quality is rather high maybe you'll have 336CC..
dontknow what u mean all stock bought the card new like this mean i got a bad card?
Higher = better, yes?
ASIC quality value seems to follow very well the VID of cards. Lower VID, higher ASIC quality.
Gigabyte GTX 460 SOC 1GB with VID of 0.962V and stable at 915MHz core at default voltage.
My GTX 460 1GB is
need to see more GTX 460 results see if this is normal i run my card ar 800/1000/1600 all the time hangs around 55c max temp
I think Afterburner shows possible VIDs for many different GPUs. For example my old 6950 TFIII showed 1.10 and 1.15 VID choices, and it was a 1.10V card, meaning higher leakage.
A high leakage card operates at lower voltage to balance the otherwise higher power draw and temps. It will also overclock higher than what a low leakage card would. The problem is though, cards usually have a limit of voltage increase, say +150mV for 6950, which means AB could overvolt a 1.15V card to 1.3V, but a 1.1V card would crash above 1.25V.
A high leakage card is what you want if you do extreme OC, and you can keep the card cool (H20,LN2 etc.). Your mileage will vary of course, not all low VID cards are good OC cards, and not all high VID cards OC bad. It's a part of product binning, they try to fit in as many chips as possible to a similar spec.
Thats not the MS Sans font but the Windows 7 default one which is correct
Gainward GTX 580 phantom 3GB
ASIC quality 84.6%
I have GTX 580's in SLI. The rating is 86.5%, is that for both cards? Does GPU-Z average both scores?
Is that a good score? I have no idea what it means.
gigabyte gtx 570 OC, asic quality score 93.3% no oc
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