First of all sorry for my English, I am Italian, but hope you will understand me.
Today i am here for show you a nice card, the Inno 3D GTX 460 1GB OC.
You can find the complete review follow this link: http://www.pcbrain.it/index.php/arti...sso-costo.html
The Inno 3D GTX 460 1GB OC Specification are wrote below in the tab:
As you can see, this VGA, work at higher frequency than the reference one, because core clock is 750 MHz, Cuda core is 1500 MHz and the memory works at 950 MHz.
Alimentation is provided from two Pci Express 6 PIN connector, while the video output are 2 DVI and 1 mini HDMI.
Below you can find some pics of the card, good thing are the gold plated video connectors.
For the test i used this Hardware configuration:
CPU was setted @ 4000 MHz, and the memory @ 1600 MHz 8-8-8-24 1T.
I decided to use an overclocked configuration for avoid bottleneck.
In this first part of test, you can see the Ino 3D GTX460 result with stock frequency (750 MHz, 1500 MHz, 950 MHz).
Result are very good, because with stock frequency, VGA has good performance, and in relation to the price, in Italy about 200 Euro, are really competitive.
In the follow screens you can see what happen with this card overclocked @ 830 MHz for the core, 1660 MHz for the Cuda core, and with the memory @ 1000 MHz. This is not the max Overclock for the card, but are values that i chosen because, i think, are good for a daily use (24/7)
From the inititial voices about this card, one thing seemed sure... that is a high Overclock limit, and in my test i can only confirm this, because without Overvolt the GTX460 1GB OC can run stable @ 875 MHz with the Core, 1750 MHz with the Cuda core and 1100 MHz with the memory.
Default GPU Voltage is 1,055V
Whit higher Vgpu core (1,087V) i can push @ 930 MHz the core, a good frequency for a low voltage. Unfortunately a bios problem blocked the voltage limit at 1,087V and i couldn t increase it at higher value, i try also the Afterburner xtreme, but nothing.. same result.
As i said before, this card work at higher frequency than the reference one, and also the Vgpu voltage is higher than lot of other competitive GTX460, this is only for safety, because is a OC Version. All these are positive for the Performance, but increase the heat production, and like you can see in the the next screen, the temps are a little higher than the temperature of the other GTX460.
While in this video you can hear the reference Heatsink sound.
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31.07.2010, 16:02 #1
[Review] Inno 3D GTX460 1GB OC
Geändert von canna1988 (31.07.2010 um 16:18 Uhr)
31.07.2010, 17:04 #2First of all sorry for my English, I am Italian, but hope you will understand me.
great work, excellent test! interresting card, unfortunately, still too high consumption.
31.07.2010, 18:18 #3
Very nice Review, thanks!
Pretty unusual to see the card coming with a green PCB, isn't it?Kerosene is fuel. RedBull is fuel. Kerosene is RedBull!
01.08.2010, 08:23 #4
The green PCB is ugly like hell.....AwardFabrik - a tribute to hardware
01.08.2010, 12:42 #5
excellent review! moved it to english review section
I am not wondering about the high clocks - with 1.055V that sound's reasonable. My 465 GTX runs 800/1600 Folding-stable (!) with 0.975V and near 850 for benches with the same voltage. But I like the mem on the cards 950 default is very nice!
Hell I remember my last card from Inno - it was a 4400 Ti with black PCB...actually the only Ti-Card at this time with black PCB. That's what I liked them for but now this green PCB - I would prefer the old black-style from Inno
01.08.2010, 21:22 #6
thx to all ;-)
Anyway i think the same about the PCB... i don t like strange colour like green, red or blue (in order, for example, this Inno3D, Gainward and Sapphire).
About the Performance i repeat what i said before, GTX460 is a good product, because is cheaper and has good performance.
Is normal if someone is looking for a card able to run crysis over 30 FPS he must buy another VGA, not this one, but for a normal use (Web, Gaming, Work) i think that the GTX460 is one of the best chooce.
02.08.2010, 20:39 #7
I think 460 GTX is really good "bang for the buck" - I think even Crysis with some minor quality settings left out is nicely playable in 1650x1080. I play it flawlessly with 465 GTX @700/1900 on my all day AMD X4 3.2 just no AA
DX11 Performance is outstanding so considering future games it will only get better
Only thing that could be better is power consumption but considering that there will come the next die shrink for sure it's just a matter of time this will be solved imo.
02.08.2010, 20:56 #8
Actually i use my PoV 460GTX in my living room for movies, but i tried some games and the system runs great. The systems runs with a Pentium G6950, but with the 460GTX all games i tried runs very smooth (GTA4, Modern Warfare 2).
Next week i will try this card in my new gaming-system. Maybe i will try overclocking.AwardFabrik - a tribute to hardware
02.08.2010, 23:50 #9
Yeah GTX are strong in GTA IV! Played a bit EFLC and was really impressed how smooth it ran full details + view.
I tried undervolting and seems to help quite a bit when you want less noise. how is 460 GTX there?
03.08.2010, 08:16 #10
Yes same here, If are you looking for low noise, the best chooce is set a lower voltage than the reference one, so heat will be lower and Fan will turn at low R.P.M
Anyway as you said ( SoF) i think heat and consumption are resolved with the next die shrink.
03.08.2010, 09:05 #11
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