Originally Posted by Stevedroid
However, I was looking at the GTX 260's and for $10 more eVGA has a card that's at 602/2052 vs (576/2000 standard) which isn't that big an overclock. I know some of you are saying for $10 just get a standard clocked card and flash it, but I don't want to mess around with flashing, it wouldn't be warrantied, and I don't have a floppy drive
. Plus $10 is more than I pay for lunch most days, so that's not a big deal.
Flash it?!? Why so drastic/warranty voiding measures?
Why not just use Rivatuner, set to load at windows startup?
I bet 100% of the 260s will do 602/2052.