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Giada GTX460 OC??

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December 13, 2010 7:25:56 PM

Hi Guys..I just want to get your opinion on this gpu.
Giada GTX460 OC..
In terms of power, is it a good card?
Is is it better than the normal Nvidia GTX460?
And what other video card does it compare to in terms of specs?
I know in terms of quality, its not that much because its not a well known manufacturer but im refering to specs..

Here are the specs:
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Graphics Engine NVIDIA GeForce GTX460

Bus Standard PCI Express 2.0


Video Memory GDDR5 768MB


Engine Clock 725 MHz


Shader Clock 1450 MHz


Memory Clock 1900MHz*2


Memory Interface 256-bit


D-Sub Max Resolution 2048 x 1536


DVI Max Resolution 2560 x 1600


D-Sub Output Yes x 1 (via DVI to D-Sub adaptor x 1 )


DVI Output Yes x 2 (DVI-I)


HDMI Output Yes x 1(Mini HDMI)


HDCP Support Yes


Adapter/Cable Bundled 1 x DVI to D-Sub adaptor / 1 x Mini-HDMI to HDMI adaptor/1 x 6pin power cable

Dimension 8.25” x 4.376” inch(210 x 111mm)

Software Bundled Utilities & Driver
Design Garage, Supersonic Sled&Biohazard 5

Thanks as always.. :wahoo: 

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December 13, 2010 7:29:31 PM

The GTX 460 is a fantastic video card for playing games, so long as you don't go above 1920x1080 resolution (1680x1050 or less the card does really well).

However, "Giada" or "Giadatech" I have never heard of.

In theory, the GTX 460 OC should be faster than the "GTX 460" with default clock speeds. Comparatively, a GTX 460 is pretty similar to an ATI 5830 performance wise, or the newer ATI 6850.
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December 13, 2010 7:40:58 PM

I think its a Taiwan-based company. I was just comparing specs with the normal GTX 460 and I was intruged by " Memory Clock 1900MHz*2" nvdia has 1350mhz. Im not an expert in overclocking so I was wondering if its a significant value or not.. :??: 
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December 13, 2010 8:01:30 PM

The 1900Mhz Giada lists is the "Memory" speed. What you want to compare between the two is the 1450Mhz Giada has for "Shader Clock" and nVidia's 1350Mhz for "Processor Clock".

The "Processor" is the Shader. :)  So it's 100Mhz faster than nVidia's reference design. Which is not a whole lot.

Also, Giada's GPU is rated @ 725Mhz, where as nVidia's reference design is 675Mhz. Not a huge difference, but pretty typical for a factory OverClocked card.
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December 14, 2010 10:34:10 AM

jerreece said:
The 1900Mhz Giada lists is the "Memory" speed. What you want to compare between the two is the 1450Mhz Giada has for "Shader Clock" and nVidia's 1350Mhz for "Processor Clock".

The "Processor" is the Shader. :)  So it's 100Mhz faster than nVidia's reference design. Which is not a whole lot.

Also, Giada's GPU is rated @ 725Mhz, where as nVidia's reference design is 675Mhz. Not a huge difference, but pretty typical for a factory OverClocked card.


Oh ok..Thanks..So nothing special then..I thought Memory speed of 1900mhz*2 = 3800mhz will affect gaming significantly. Anyway..I really need to study more about this overclocking thing. It really is interesting..
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December 20, 2010 1:56:43 PM

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December 20, 2010 5:20:07 PM

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