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Old 11-19-10, 09:18 PM   #13
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Default Re: GTX 480 voltages

If you manage to get your 480 to do 821 on the core it looks like you'd be about 4% slower on average than a stock 580 @ 1920x.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/G...80_SOC/27.html

People with 480s that do 850 on the core are probably close to dead even with a stock 580 or possibly a little a head. Of course the 580 will OC too, and people with those cards that OC decently will easily pull away from an OCed 480.

IMO an OCed 480 is still a viable card and I wouldn't buy one over a 580. I might hold onto one I already had that OCs well though.
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