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Thursday, 15 July 2010 10:07

Gainward GTX 460 GS Goes Like Hell tested - 5. Futuremark Vantage

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Fastest GTX 460 to date




Gainward GTX 460 1GB GS-GLH card comes overclocked from reference 675MHz to 800MHz for the GPU and from 900MHz to 1000MHz for the memory. Such high clocks allow this card to score about 25% better than the GTX 465. Compared to the HD 5850, Gainward’s GTX 460 1GB GS-GLH is about 14% faster in Performance and by about 8% in Extreme mode.

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