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Dude... that's the exact upgrade path I went from & to :D

You'll love it :rockout:
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I came from a 4870!! Yah you will enjoy it alot from the 9800GT, think about double performance. :)
 

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Dear GTX460 Club.
Anyone who can explain how to clock the GTX 460 with NiBiTor 5.8?
It's not a matter of just setting the values directly anymore, I only know you edit the values in Fermi Clock. Unlocking the Voltage Cap is on the other hand very easy.
The settings I want is: 850/1700/4000 @ 1,087 mV as I had in MSI Afterburner.
Here's a Print Screen:



By the way, seen it's much easier done with Fermi Bios Editor by Orbmu2k but haven't found the tool available for download.
 
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Dear GTX460 Club.
Anyone who can explain how to clock the GTX 460 with NiBiTor 5.8?
It's not a matter of just setting the values directly anymore, I only know you edit the values in Fermi Clock. Unlocking the Voltage Cap is on the other hand very easy.
The settings I want is: 850/1700/4000 @ 1,087 mV as I had in MSI Afterburner.
Here's a Print Screen:

http://i54.tinypic.com/2mpby4g.png

By the way, seen it's much easier done with Fermi Bios Editor by Orbmu2k but haven't found the tool available for download.
Hmmm seem's rather extreme using that program just for overclocking? why don't you settle for something much much easier/simpler such as MSI AfterBurner :)
 

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You won't find Fermi Bios Editor publically, you will need to send him a private message.

As far as editing directly with Nibitor, you are seeing in lines 0 your shader clocks and lines 10 & 11 your memory clocks. Although use MSI Afterburner, twice as easy. :)
 

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Hmmm seem's rather extreme using that program just for overclocking? why don't you settle for something much much easier/simpler such as MSI AfterBurner :)
It was easy to flash my 8800 GTS 512 (that I now use as a PhysX card) with NiBiTor.
I prefer not running overclocking software in Windows.
You won't find Fermi Bios Editor publically, you will need to send him a private message.

As far as editing directly with Nibitor, you are seeing in lines 0 your shader clocks and lines 10 & 11 your memory clocks. Although use MSI Afterburner, twice as easy. :)
I have figured it out now and successfully flashed my card.
Marked where you need to do the changes 3 is shader clocks and 5 is memory clocks.
Memory clocks on P12 and P15 should be the same, don't ask me why, but when I had different memory clocks it still showed 2000 MHz in Aida64 on P12.
Add the same increase in clocks you did in shader clocks in 4 and 11.


Unlock voltage.
 
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Corrected full voltage control in your pic. Thanx for some info on the clocks man! :)
 
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Corrected full voltage control in your pic. Thanx for some info on the clocks man! :)
Wouldn't recommend to go over 1.087 V on air, but sure you can unlock the volt cap as well if you have good cooling on the core and VRMs.
Now the only thing I miss from MSI Afterburner is fan control, I usually have 40% up to 70 °C now I have about 52% on the automatic settings in idle and my computer is notably louder (I'm sensitive to sound) but I've read fan control will be added to NiBiTor 5.9! :toast:
 
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Wouldn't recommend to go over 1.087 V on air, but sure you can unlock the volt cap as well if you have good cooling on the core and VRMs.
Now the only thing I miss from MSI Afterburner is fan control, I usually have 40% up to 70 °C now I have about 52% on the automatic settings in idle and my computer is notably louder (I'm sensitive to sound) but I've read fan control will be added to NiBiTor 5.9! :toast:
LOL, already done some benching at 1.17v. I've been doing some major undervolting lately trying to get at least 830 core with around 1v, seems to be working out ok for me.
 
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LOL, already done some benching at 1.17v. I've been doing some major undervolting lately trying to get at least 830 core with around 1v, seems to be working out ok for me.
830 at 1V nice man.... I was able to get 845 Max stable at 1volt. Anything more then that I started becoming unstable. But figure running your card at 830 is a great overclock compared to stock speeds.

God these are great little cards. Pay next to nothing and get performance that equals the higher end cards. :rockout:

I am also impressed with the 1.17 volts on the card there bud. Anything past 1.14 for me caused blue screens. You got a spacial card there bud!!!
 

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LOL, already done some benching at 1.17v. I've been doing some major undervolting lately trying to get at least 830 core with around 1v, seems to be working out ok for me.
What temps did you get at 1.17 V and how long time did you bench?
When playing games you usually spend a longer time with your card under load than during benching and it might damage your card in the long run.
I use MSI Kombustor on my card to see my temps.

Undervolting to lower your electricity bills and help our planet at the same time? :)
 
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I have been running mine at 875/2200 @.987V.

Although, 950 core appears to be the limit, even @1.2V. Any higher and I get serious artifacts or freezing.
 

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I have been running mine at 875/2200 @.987V.

Although, 950 core appears to be the limit, even @1.2V. Any higher and I get serious artifacts or freezing.
EVGA seems to have many good cards, I need 1.087 V for 850/2200 (but I'm running at 850/2000).
 

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Mine appears to clock around the same as yours Calle. One hell of a clock on those cards Arctucas. As far as undervolting goes, nah I like to undervolt for silence but didn't think of it that way about earth & power bill. xD
 

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Mine appears to clock around the same as yours Calle. One hell of a clock on those cards Arctucas. As far as undervolting goes, nah I like to undervolt for silence but didn't think of it that way about earth & power bill. xD
For silence you can do as I did, set 40% fan speed up to 70 °C.
I could do it in MSI Afterburner but not in NiBiTor 5.8 but as I said earlier it will be available in version 5.9. :)
 

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Just got the card here, indeed a very good card.

My version has a P0 voltage of 0.987V, which sounds good... atm in afterburner I've got stable up to 890MHz core @ 1.062V, at 1.037V its well stable at 875MHz. I didn't want to stress too much the memory during this first clock test, set it at 4GHz as it should be as default frequency (my card has hynix drams rated at 1GHz, exact pn H5GQ1H24AFR - T0C ). will see how this performs later, first I'm finding the best clock/voltage combination for this gpu :)

screen with afterburner, kombustor, MSI inspector, cpu-z and GPU-z. during this stress test my watt-meter shows a load of ~340W under kombustor. (five hard drives, one DVD±RW, overclocked cpu, 4+ fans)



edit, closed kombustor now after 26mins of run, no issues at all. goddamn nice card.
 
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very nice, thanks. Soon I'll post a pic of the card installed.

Edit: Got a pic of the card installed, looks a bit crappy... Tomorrow with better light I'll take a new one, and will do some cable management too :V

 
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Just got the card here, indeed a very good card.

My version has a P0 voltage of 0.987V, which sounds good... atm in afterburner I've got stable up to 890MHz core @ 1.062V, at 1.037V its well stable at 875MHz. I didn't want to stress too much the memory during this first clock test, set it at 4GHz as it should be as default frequency (my card has hynix drams rated at 1GHz, exact pn H5GQ1H24AFR - T0C ). will see how this performs later, first I'm finding the best clock/voltage combination for this gpu :)

screen with afterburner, kombustor, MSI inspector, cpu-z and GPU-z. during this stress test my watt-meter shows a load of ~340W under kombustor. (five hard drives, one DVD±RW, overclocked cpu, 4+ fans)

http://i897.photobucket.com/albums/ac171/andrineri/GTX460/th_n460gtx.png

edit, closed kombustor now after 26mins of run, no issues at all. goddamn nice card.
Thanks for the pictures, but this one didn't work so I fixed the IMG:
 

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Where's my Cuda :confused:



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That's quite strange... Do you have tried to run any cuda-based application? Any issue running these?

Btw, I would try a fresh driver install... Remove the old driver, maybe taking aid of any driver cleaning software, restart your pc, and reinstall the driver off nvidia's site... you should be good.
 
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That's quite strange... Do you have tried to run any cuda-based application? Any issue running these?

Btw, I would try a fresh driver install... Remove the old driver, maybe taking aid of any driver cleaning software, restart your pc, and reinstall the driver off nvidia's site... you should be good.
I wouldn't have the slightest clue if I did use something what use's the Cuda feature, so any recommendation on what'll be a good start on that won't go a miss :D

I'm sure it was there not so long ago - not updated any drivers since.
 

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hmm, I got a clue...

Look at the Nvidia control Panel. 3D settings tab, click on "manage 3d settings". Here you should have an entry called "CUDA - GPUs". What value is there? it should be set to "all" or your gpu name. Maybe there's something wrong here :)