What you saw in Ryan’s review of the GTX 460, the ease of overclocking the GPU and memory by an percentage not seen in a long time is not just a fluke.  Take [H]ard|OCP’s experience, the GPU clock on the 1GB GTX 460 reference card card went from 675MHz to 870MHz, the shader core hit 1.74GHz from 1.35 and the memory from 3.6GHz up to 4.4GHz.  Not bad for a $200 card is it?  You can also see some results from their tests in SLI in their follow up article.

“Today NVIDIA is answering the demands of money conscious gamers by introducing the new GeForce GTX 460. The GTX 460 is a refinement of the Fermi architecture, designed to land significant performance improvements for gamers resting in the $200 USD sweet spot. We will find out if this truly does deliver gaming bliss on the cheap and why NVIDIA is calling the GTX 460 an “Overclocker’s Dream.”

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