Inno3D Geforce GTX460 OC
Posted by: Snubbsy on: 15.12.2010 01:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
A little about Inno3D (taken from Inno3Ds website)
InnoVISION Multimedia Limited is a pioneering developer and manufacturer of a diverse range of cutting-edge multimedia PC hardware products established in 1998 Hong Kong. Our manufacturing operations have been set up since 1990 in Shenzhen, China. In this short period of time we focus on manufacturing OEM/ODM products as well as contracting out extensive production and research facilities to specialist companies. We have accomplished international recognition by PC’s top reviewers as becoming an outstanding success and one of the most fast growing companies in Asia.
Our company's objective is to deliver the ultimate multimedia experience to the masses of PC users and multimedia professionals at an affordable cost. InnoVISION was then created to build brand awareness for the continuously growing product range in order to meet the fast growing market.
InnoVISION's product scope comprises the successful Inno3D brand - a comprehensive variety of 3D graphic board accelerators, the InnoDV - series of digital video/TV capture and editing products, InnoAX - high-end sound / audio cards, and EIO - advanced peripherals.
InnoVISION boasted a significant rate and increase in the market share of graphics card sales over the past years. To maintain InnoVISION highly respected image we will continuously focus to achieve a competitive advantage by maintaining constant product quality by continuous research and advance technical support to target customer needs.
Some readers may remember that my first review of a GTX460 card was pretty negative – quite simply, the 768MB version I had been sent to test was no better than my GTX275 other than the DX11 capabilities, and in fact scored lower in most benchmarks than my older gen card. However, today I am reviewing the 1GB version – and not only that, the Inno3D “OC” version which is pre-overclocked to 820MHz core, 950MHz memory and a shader clock of 1640MHz – quite a step up from standard clocks (675MHz, 900Mhz, 1350Mhz respectively).
I am hoping that this ridiculous overclock performed by Inno3D is going to provide an upgrade from my aging GTX275. Let’s see how this card does!
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