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u are added Patches O'Houlihan have u seen my first post?

almost every GTX460 1GB card out there can do 800/2000/1600mhz on stock volt.
 

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hey Jr, reckon you can mod my bios for me and unlock teh voltage?

I'm also certian you can make stock clocks 800/1600/2000 (stock vcore of 975mv I think) too if you feel like it :p

my bios is the exact same as this - http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/83613/Gigabyte.GTX460.1024.100826.html
It's better to do it yourself because all cards perform differently at different Voltage.
It's very easy to do it yourself, download NiBiTor 5.9 and follow my guide, if you want to unlock voltage change the Limit: 1,0875 and Setting 3. Test with MSI Afterburner first!
 

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Don't forget to change that also, if wishing to use the card for benchmarking purposes. I will add though, and will say it again no more than 1.14v unless you are on watercooling and have a full cover block.

@wolf

Post your bios obtained through nvflash 5.95 here in zip format.
 

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memory overclock

Just been looking over these forums and I found something a little odd.

The memory chips on these things are the same ones used in the 470 or 480, can't remember which, and run at 2200 stock on that card. So the memory on the 460 is basically down-clocked.

Despite this, it seems that a lot of the GTX 460 club leave their memory clocks at 1800 and just overclock the Core/Shader.

Is there a reason for this?

At the moment I have mine clocked at 900/1800/2200.
 

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that suxx brandonwh64, ino the feeling, but i hope u had a nice run with it.


another thing to everyone is that Orbmu2k's Fermi Bios Editor got leaked shame on the guy that did it, bcs it wasn't for public only the member that he allowed to have it, but it's a nice tool and no it doesn't support GTX560 Ti so don't ask if i can unlock it :p

it's much easier than NiBiTor see here:



that's my unmodded MSI N460GTX Hawk Bios, but my card is flashed with a uncapped version from BetA13 from Guru3D's forum but MSI has blocked/removed the uncapped function for the HAWK card bcs +200mv can damaged it.

msi-afterburner said:
we dropped the maximum adjustable voltage range due to the voltage of GTX 460 is dynamic, not static. so +200mv will cause some problems if your card is with high leakage GPU.
so if anyone wanna try Orbmu2k's Fermi Bios Editor u can find the last version here, and if Orbmu2k want the link remove from this thread he can p.m. me and i will do that ^^

Fermi BIOS Editor (Russian Site)
 

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Nice find, thanks.

So do you know how it would be possible to get Afterburner to let me choose more than +100. I would not be setting it to +200, but i think +150 would still be safe?
Also is there a way for Afterburner to show the actual voltage, not the +something. Would really like to know. Becouse not even GPU-Z shows the right voltage for the HAWK, becouse it has 2 voltage regulation chips.
 
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Nice find, thanks.

So do you know how it would be possible to get Afterburner to let me choose more than +100. I would not be setting it to +200, but i think +150 would still be safe?
Also is there a way for Afterburner to show the actual voltage, not the +something. Would really like to know. Becouse not even GPU-Z shows the right voltage for the HAWK, becouse it has 2 voltage regulation chips.
only way ino is using Orbmu2k's Nvidia Insector but it don't allow u to change memory or aux only core.



i don't think u can bypass MSI' setting for their N460GTX HAWK card in Afterburner if they removed the option directly in the program.
 

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that suxx brandonwh64, ino the feeling, but i hope u had a nice run with it.


another thing to everyone is that Orbmu2k's Fermi Bios Editor got leaked shame on the guy that did it, bcs it wasn't for public only the member that he allowed to have it, but it's a nice tool and no it doesn't support GTX560 Ti so don't ask if i can unlock it :p

it's much easier than NiBiTor see here:

http://forums.techpowerup.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=40402&stc=1&d=1296118485

that's my unmodded MSI N460GTX Hawk Bios, but my card is flashed with a uncapped version from BetA13 from Guru3D's forum but MSI has blocked/removed the uncapped function for the HAWK card bcs +200mv can damaged it.



so if anyone wanna try Orbmu2k's Fermi Bios Editor u can find the last version here, and if Orbmu2k want the link remove from this thread he can p.m. me and i will do that ^^

Fermi BIOS Editor (Russian Site)
Thank you, been looking for this! Downloaded it before/if it will be removed! :D
Hmm that being said I must admit we all got owned by the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti SOC with 1GHz core "out of the box"! :twitch:
I've done a lot of flashing in my life but I figured I couldn't flash my GTX 460 1GB to a GTX 560 Ti but I still had some small hope. :laugh:

I PM'd a Master Guru just in case:
Posted by Calle2003
Hello Boss.
I emailed Guru3D News but not sure it will answer.
My very important question:
From the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti SOC review:
So is the GF 114 in fact a GF104 ? Yep, it sure is.
So can I flash my GTX 460 1GB to a GTX 560 Ti?
Just as AMD users are flashing their HD6950 to HD6970?

Reply from Hilbert Hagedoorn
No while the architecture is 1:1 the same, it is a new ASIC and differnt PCB, hence the better tweakability and power consumption.

So do not flash the 460 with a 560 firmware ...
 
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hehe Calle2003 u can always get another GTX460 for SLi, i am thinking about that myself but first i need a quad-core maybe a i7-875K if i can find it or i will upgrade to a Sandy Bridge system instead bcs the i7-875K atm is that expensive i will only have to give about 55USD more for i5-2500K and a mobo like P67A-UD4 or Sabertooth P67 so i dunno if it's worth to buy a new cpu if i can't find a used one.

but back to the question u can try to hack the bios so it says GTX560 Ti but u won't get any performance out of that :p
 

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Don't forget to change that also, if wishing to use the card for benchmarking purposes. I will add though, and will say it again no more than 1.14v unless you are on watercooling and have a full cover block.

@wolf

Post your bios obtained through nvflash 5.95 here in zip format.
I have updated my guide a bit...

hehe Calle2003 u can always get another GTX460 for SLi, i am thinking about that myself but first i need a quad-core maybe a i7-875K if i can find it or i will upgrade to a Sandy Bridge system instead bcs the i7-875K atm is that expensive i will only have to give about 55USD more for i5-2500K and a mobo like P67A-UD4 or Sabertooth P67 so i dunno if it's worth to buy a new cpu if i can't find a used one.

but back to the question u can try to hack the bios so it says GTX560 Ti but u won't get any performance out of that :p
If you care about IT-security and do visualization of other operating systems I wouldn't recommend the K-models since they lack Intel TXT and Intel VT-d.

No point for me running SLI since I only have one PCI-E x16 2.0 and one PCI-E x4 1.0 slot on my motherboard.
But that's what I wanted. One powerful card on a full-speed PCI-E x16 2.0 and a less powerful card (my GT430) on a x4 1.0 for PhysX. :)
Even less point flashing it to show a false GTX560 Ti. ;)
 
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i don't run visualization of OS, i am into oc and gaming :p

that's why i want a K processor ^^
 

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i don't run visualization of OS, i am into oc and gaming :p

that's why i want a K processor ^^
That's because you are still young, I am 10 years older than you! :laugh:
 
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old guy Calle2003 :p

but still yeah i am into overclocking and gaming and it's the cheapest way when i don't have much money, and used don't help much they are still expensive ^^;
 

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old guy Calle2003 :p

but still yeah i am into overclocking and gaming and it's the cheapest way when i don't have much money, and used don't help much they are still expensive ^^;
I hardly game anymore since IMO there are no good new games out there.
Still I keep on upgrading my computer for future gaming, a few days ago I bought 4 more GB of RAM! :toast:

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Add me in. Palit Sonic Platinum GTX460 1GB. Testing for highest clock/memory on limited volts. 850/1700/2000.
 
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Add me in. Palit Sonic Platinum GTX460 1GB. Testing for highest clock/memory on limited volts.
added with stock clocks atm Gentlemen so post when u have found clocks u wanted to be listed with :cool:
 

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Hi all, Just found this thread I replaced my GT-240 amp with a N460GTX Twin Frozr II SOC about 6 weeks ago and this is a very nice card and stays nice and cool sitting stable at 925 on the core.:rockout:
 

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Can't believe its been nearlly a year since the GTX460 came out,and it still runs strong. Still plays today games close to max settings.
 
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Can't believe its been nearlly a year since the GTX460 came out,and it still runs strong. Still plays today games close to max settings.
indeed, but ino if i am going to replace my N460GTX HAWK it would be for the N560GTX-Ti HAWK but i am still happy with my card ^^
 
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Lol i won't be changing cards anytime soon i need upgrade my PSU first haha.
 

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indeed, but ino if i am going to replace my N460GTX HAWK it would be for the N560GTX-Ti HAWK but i am still happy with my card ^^
Seems you have even more bad luck than me. :(
Also been forced to run my GTX 460 at only 800 core@1.012 Volt since games crashes otherwise (no crash in the new drivers but my display goes blank a few seconds).
Going to use my GTX 460 as an PhysX card in my future system overkill, I know, but I like to overkill. :D
 
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Seems you have even more bad luck than me. :(
Also been forced to run my GTX 460 at only 800 core@1.012 Volt since games crashes otherwise (no crash in the new drivers but my display goes blank a few seconds).
Going to use my GTX 460 as an PhysX card in my future system overkill, I know, but I like to overkill. :D
I wish I could get 800.

At stock (763/950, they are Superclocked cards), heavy loads get the top card to 99°, the bottom to mid-90°s at stock voltages (.950 for top card, 1.01875 for bottom card) and fans at 100%.