Last updated on October 23rd, 2010 at 09:19 am
Today we used eVGA’s Precision software for the overclocking results.
We managed to get another 70mhz from the core and 50mhz (200mhz effective) from the memory before artifacting occurred. Considering the already high overclocks placed on the card this is really impressive.
To see how the overclocks helped with the performance we gave Metro 2033 another run.
After manual overclocking we were able to get the eVGA GTX460 on equal footing with the HD5870 in Metro 2033. Quite the result.