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Monday, 12 July 2010 10:04

Sparkle readies GeForce GTX 460 2GB

Written by Fudzilla staff
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Reference clocked though
Sparkle is apparently the only Nvidia partner to come up with a 2GB version of the newly launched GeForce GTX 460 card and although the usefulness of so much memory on a GF104 is dubious, at least it’s getting Sparkle some press coverage.

Unfortunately it seems like a half hearted effort, as Sparkle stopped short of overclocking the new card. So, it’s still reference clocked, but users will probably be able to squeeze out a few more fps on their own.

However, Sparkle will introduce an overclocked 1GB version, clocked at 700/1485/3600 MHz. Of course, the company will offer reference 768MB boards as well.

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