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Friday, 16 July 2010 10:42

EK Water Blocks working on GTX 460 full cover block

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Insane overclocking

According to a brief news post over at EK Water Blocks, we will soon see a full-cover waterblock for the GTX 460 graphics card, at least those that are based on the reference design.

The GTX 460 has a great overclocking potential, so we are sure that there will be even more room for overclocking with a nice large waterblock, and it is nice to know that these are coming. Some partners, including Gainward and Palit, have launched their 800MHz factory overclocked GTX 460 cards, and there has been some reports with GTX 460 working at up to 870MHz.

We guess that with a nice watercooling block, 900MHz might be an easy result and who knows, some might push it even higher.

We'll keep an eye on EKWB and their updates.
Last modified on Friday, 16 July 2010 10:51
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