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How can you get a 50642 CPU score the first run and only a 16307 CPU score the second run?
I got a 40872 CPU score on my i7 860@3.8 GHz HT Off but you don't even have HT so...
It's without PhysX, as it was asked.

I get a solid 50-60 FPS in BFBC2 everything maxed out@1920x1080 with my 260.52 Beta drivers, GPU load @99% and no BSOD yet, but haven't played so much.
Hmm, cool, does it work for other games too? I don't get 100% (or 99%) usage in any game. GTA IV has been the closest with 70-99%.
 

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It's without PhysX, as it was asked.
Yeah, it's a lovely active thread! :D
I didn't know PhysX still have such an impact on CPU Scores. GTX 460@PhysX gave me a better CPU score than 8800 GTS 512@PhysX but in games where both cards are used it's better to dedicatate my 8800 GTS 512.
It's called cheating and I thought 3DMark corrected this "bug" but anyway, thank you. :cool:



Hmm, cool, does it work for other games too? I don't get 100% (or 99%) usage in any game. GTA IV has been the closest with 70-99%.
Not tested with GTA IV only Mafia II. In Mafia II it's the other way around, 99% at GPU and max 69% PhysX, so I think my GTX 460 bottlenecks, therefore my GTX 460 will be a future PhysX card when I buy a DX12 card (distant future) if PhysX still is popular by then. :ohwell:
 
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I just picked up an eVGA GTX 460 768mb card cheap. Going to throw it in my HTPC and use it for a bit of gaming. I doubt my PSU will let me overclock it too much. :)
How much you pick it up for bud??? Also may I suggest you play around with it overclocking anyway?

If your PSU isn't strong enough for it in your HTPC.... then stick it in your regular rig for a little while. I guarantee you will have fun with it.

I know it's hard to give up those 5850's for a little while though. :toast:
 

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How much you pick it up for bud??? Also may I suggest you play around with it overclocking anyway?

If your PSU isn't strong enough for it in your HTPC.... then stick it in your regular rig for a little while. I guarantee you will have fun with it.

I know it's hard to give up those 5850's for a little while though. :toast:
I had a promo card for Newegg so I got it for $149 bucks. They're listed for $169 right now (evga) and that is a great deal in itself. I might throw it in my other rig as I already have Nvidia drivers installed for my PhysX card. What's kind of neat is I don't need to uninstall any drivers. I can currently just switch between the two cards I already have without any problems. :)
 
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so would a gtx460 make me happy over a 8800gt guys
Late qoute but/

A GTX 460 1gb, is equal to at least twice as fast as your card.

Anything your video card+physx card gets in any game your playing right now, will be doublifed, this isnt even without a overclock,

Add in a 800Mhz 24/7 core overclock,

and you will be seeing a 150-200% increase in framerates, WHILE at the same time, have dx11.

I went from a 8800gt, it got 25fps in crysis
to a GTX 260, 45 fps in crysis
to a GTX 470, which gets 80 fps in crysis, all at 1440x900.

Now if a GTX 460 over-clocked to a really high core, can push to 470 frames at stock speeds, then that 460 coming from a 9800gt, will blow you away.

at least 150% performance increase, if you overclock the 460.
 
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I can honestly say I wasn't all that impressed with my 460 at stock speeds compared to my 8800GT overclocked, only 2000 points between the two cards with my settings in 3Dmark 06. HOWEVER..... once I overclocked my 460 I jumped an extra 5000 pints in 3Dmark 06. not sure if that will give you any idea of the difference, but overall I'm happy with the upgrade and wouldn't dream of going back.
 

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I can honestly say I wasn't all that impressed with my 460 at stock speeds compared to my 8800GT overclocked, only 2000 points between the two cards with my settings in 3Dmark 06. HOWEVER..... once I overclocked my 460 I jumped an extra 5000 pints in 3Dmark 06. not sure if that will give you any idea of the difference, but overall I'm happy with the upgrade and wouldn't dream of going back.
You mean 500 points extra? What your clock on your GTX 460 STABLE...we have the same card! :toast:
 
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Nooo I mean 5000 ;)

but I have just remembered that is with a CPU overclock aswel as the GPU, but still a nice jump!

highest I've had mine at stable though is 940mhz core, 1880mhz shader & 2100mhz on my memory running at 1.087v ;) however I didn't see much jump from 900/1800/2000, the jump was probably around 400 - 500 I can't quite remember. (again in 3Dmark 06).
 
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Some new benches from 20mmrain..... Not pushing the cards as far as they can go yet. Just wanted to do them with my new CPU and it's new 4Ghz overclock.

Nice Results....

EVGA GTX 460 SLI 768MB Done @ 893/1786/1006 w/PhysX enabled. P Score: P30219 GPU Score: 26172



EVGA GTX 460 SLI 768MB Done @ 890/1780/1009 w/o PhysX P Score: P25693 GPU Score: 26083



Will come back with single results soon and when I actually push the cards to their limits :)


I had a promo card for Newegg so I got it for $149 bucks. They're listed for $169 right now (evga) and that is a great deal in itself. I might throw it in my other rig as I already have Nvidia drivers installed for my PhysX card. What's kind of neat is I don't need to uninstall any drivers. I can currently just switch between the two cards I already have without any problems. :)
Bad ass nice deal bud.... I wish I would have found that when I was purchasing my cards!!!

Nice with the whole driver thing too.... Let me see your scores if and when you do bro:)
 

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Some new benches from 20mmrain..... Not pushing the cards as far as they can go yet. Just wanted to do them with my new CPU and it's new 4Ghz overclock.

Nice Results....

EVGA GTX 460 SLI 768MB Done @ 893/1786/1006 w/PhysX enabled. P Score: P30219 GPU Score: 26172

http://forums.techpowerup.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=37978&stc=1&d=1284225201

EVGA GTX 460 SLI 768MB Done @ 890/1780/1009 w/o PhysX P Score: P25693 GPU Score: 26083

http://forums.techpowerup.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=37979&stc=1&d=1284225316

Will come back with single results soon and when I actually push the cards to their limits :)




Bad ass nice deal bud.... I wish I would have found that when I was purchasing my cards!!!

Nice with the whole driver thing too.... Let me see your scores if and when you do bro:)
Nah, man I don't really do synthetic benchmarks anymore. I may do a couple though, definitely would like to do a 460+5850 vantage run. I buy my hardware to use it nowdays. I let the reviewers and others bench their stuff so I know what I need and what to get. You never know though, winter is coming up and I get bored quickly. :laugh:
 
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Nah, man I don't really do synthetic benchmarks anymore. I may do a couple though, definitely would like to do a 460+5850 vantage run. I buy my hardware to use it nowdays. I let the reviewers and others bench their stuff so I know what I need and what to get. You never know though, winter is coming up and I get bored quickly. :laugh:
Man you and me both.... I get bored very quickly too. This next round I am going to get a couple of 6850's or a couple of 6770's. I figure that technology is getting really advanced compared to the programs they need to run.

So I am slowly leaving the benching mind set myself. Not only that I don't have the money to spend anymore to really compete like I once did.

So if the naming scheme changes this round a couple of 6850's (6770's) will be for me. If the scheming name stays the same I guess I will just call them the 6770... but either or I am going middle of the line this time rather then high end. The price just isn't justified for me any longer :)
 
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I am not really bothered about the 6000 series,since i just bought this card i am going try stick with it for good 1-2 years or so.
and i thought i would ever see day i could run Crysis on DX10 with these settings and get 40fps:
no AA of course.
 

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New NVIDIA drivers released yesterday. ;)

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o Up to 15% in Battlefield Bad Company 2 (SLI – 2560x1600 4xAA/16xAF)
o Up to 12% in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat (2560x1600 noAA)
o Up to 9% in Aliens vs. Predator (1680x1050 4xAA/16xAF – Tessellation on)
o Up to 7% in Metro 2033 (1680x1050 noAA – Tessellation on)
o Up to 11% in Dirt 2 (SLI – 2560x1600 4xAA/16xAF)
o Up to 12% in Crysis:Warhead (SLI – 1920x1200 4xAA/16xAF Gamer)
o Up to 13% in Far Cry 2 (2560x1600 4xAA/16xAF)
o Up to 12% in H.A.W.X (SLI – 1920x1200 4xAA/16xAF SSAO Very High)
o Up to 5% in Just Cause 2 (1920x1200 4xAA/16xAF)
o Up to 22% in Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena (1920x1200 noAA)
o Up to 5% in 3DMark Vantage (Extreme Preset)
 
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Why isit that my core and shader are locked? I'm pretty sure I could get more out of my card IF I was just able to keep the shader clock down a little :/
 

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i don't think "NiBiTor" can uncap/unlock the voltage on ur bios i think u need to see if u can find a bios that is already has unlocked voltage and than flash ur card JrRacinFan

but have u checked the bios' on this link: http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/781924-gtx460-1-087v-voltage-cap-unlock-13.html#post10455973

there is two EVGA bios' in the package but i dunno if it's only 1GB version or one is 768mb version.
I was looking at them, and it looks as though they may be 1GB versions.

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First run with this new MSI. Afterburner 2.00 will not install for me so I have no real voltage control. Plan to flash the bios this w-end with one that will unlock voltages.
i am use that same driver and MSI Afterburner 2.0.0 and i don't have any problems have u tried Settings -- > General --> Safety properties --> Unlock voltage control?

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I have tried everything imaginable. Keep getting error "missing or corrupt D3DCompiler_42.dll. Numerous drivers and a different OS netted same results. Using 1.60 version atm...very frustrating.
 
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I have tried everything imaginable. Keep getting error "missing or corrupt D3DCompiler_42.dll. Numerous drivers and a different OS netted same results. Using 1.60 version atm...very frustrating.
I was thinking about picking one of these up for the hwbot challenge but saw in another post you were having issues with it so that made me alittle reluctant.

Is this the same card you had or did you get another one?
 
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Same one Metal...:ohwell:
 
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SCII consumes a huge amount of primary RAM and graphics RAM, it has never lagged on your system@Ultra?
Maybe it will struggle at ultra settings if it was a even bigger resolution than 1680x1050,most benchmarks i have seen this card runs perfectly fine at 1680x1050 even on sc2.