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GeForce GTX 480 Gets a BIOS Update and Cooks an Egg  - GeForce GTX 480 Gets a BIOS Update and Cooks an Egg
Thu, April 01 2010 | 2:23PM | PermaLink Feedback?

Yesterday, we updated the video card BIOS of our NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 reference graphics card to what we were told is the version that will be used on the GeForce GTX 480 graphics cards when they come out in just a couple weeks. The version that all the press reviewed last week was and the latest build with some minor tweaks and bug fixes is version Since Legit Reviews was the first site to point out the high temperature issue when using two monitors, the engineers at NVIDIA were kind enough to let us try the latest vBIOS build to see if it fixed our heat issues as the new vBIOS included some new fan profiles..."

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MSI N460GTX Hawk - MSI N460GTX Hawk
Fri, October 29 2010 | 5:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Installing an older version of Afterburner allowed the card to work with NVIDIA's voltage specifications which allowed the core voltage to be increased to almost 1.24v as measured under load. This had the effect of bumping the stable clock speeds on the core from a maximum of 922MHz to 955MHz, a pretty substantial increase for a small voltage bump. If the added voltage options were still available in Afterburner's latest editions, the 1GHz clock speed goals may have had a better chance of being realized."
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