well for video editing the 460 will be better, even if it isnt oc'ed. This is because video editing also has a lot to do with your cpu and the gtx 460 has cuda technology. So it's up to you to decide which is more important, gaming or video editing? I'd prefer the 460 because it has very good framerates at 1920x1080 and (the usefullness of this has been debated) it has physx technology, great sli scaling and ofcourse cuda, which, for lack of a better phrase enables the graphics card to "help" the cpu in certain cuda compatible programs such as video editing. For me the great, yet slightly lower framerates in games are an acceptible trade-off. But in the end put all the pros of each card on a scale and see which way it leans man. Good luck with your decision.