Ive been using this card for about 2 years now, and it seems to be struggling on Guild Wars 2 at maxed settings. So i decided to OC it, considering the 460's is one of the most overclockable cards ive seen.
Its an Asus ENGTX 460 Top, 1GB, 115% Speed OC.
Ive tweaked with the settings for a few weeks, ive had no problems so far.
25c idle temp
71c under full load (Fan runs at about 55%, could be increased)
1.062v (from 1.000v)
Havent gone furher beyond this point, 852/1050/1704
I was just wondering if i could get an even higher stable OC if i tweaked the voltage higher. I did get a better performance in-game, but it still lacks for certain area's.
Can you up the voltage from 1.062v to 1.162v? I got a EVGA GTs 450 FPB and I went from 822MHz to 925MHz core clock and 902MHz memory clock to 960MHz, I get about an extra 7 FPS in this game called SMITE.. If you up your voltage to 1.162v then you should be able to get about 900MHz core clock as will as 1100MHz(or 1070MHz) Memory Clock... if you cant get 1.162v than you shouldn't bother Overclocking any further lol but you can try...