Overclocking and Conclusion
The ASUS card was not very overclockable in the core area as the GPU is just about at its limits running at 300MHz. We were able to get 313MHz out of the core before it started to show those dreaded NVLoop errors under Windows XP.
The memory is a totally different story. We managed 710MHz out of the memory before we started to see any distortions in our benchmarking setup. While this isn't a super overclock, remember this card is already running incredible speeds.
In the end, the ASUS V8460 is the best video card I have ever played with as far as performance and graphics quality goes. My only regret it that I can't afford one at the moment because of the expensive price tag that accompanies it.
Not So Overclockable
Rating - 9 out of 10 and TweakTown's Editors Choice Award
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