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    1000/1200 easy on MSI GTX460 HAWK

    Just Arrived last week ago new one non reverence card from MSI again...MSI GTX 460 HAWK...seem like this card very power full...

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    1000 mhz gpu.very well..How was the temperature..? (room vs.)
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    Woah, that's one son of a fast GTX 460 card Great results, give some temps?

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    this is the first review I've seen. it went to 1000mhz with no work?

    kind of wow.

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    How about showing GPU Voltage?

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    Amazing, but same request of Kain XS, can you show a pic of the Voltage? Can imagine that those numbers are with stock voltage.

    Thanks Hazzan!

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    Yeah what is the vGPU at for 1001mhz?
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    Looking good, smelling good.
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    Something tells me this will be another lightning fiasco, but I am still going to buy one or two of these.
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    Stock cooling? What voltage?
    TYhanks for the post!
    What if the hokey pokey really is what it is all about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdolphin View Post
    Stock cooling? What voltage?
    TYhanks for the post!
    the same question for here

    great results

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    impressive!

    any hw mods?

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    Holy ! Please give us voltage and noise levels!
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    card look very nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by voklskier4452 View Post
    Something tells me this will be another lightning fiasco, but I am still going to buy one or two of these.

    The thing that made that one a problem is that the initial pricing of these things were 500 dollars.

    A 20 dollar risk gets you a better cooler at the very least here which isn't had at all.
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    Well as far as I am concerned the problem with those was MSI showing off golden sample lightnings and then having retail samples pretty much suck out. Of course that wasn't always the case, but it sill rubbed alot of people the wrong way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lkiller123 View Post
    Dual 6-pins
    Yep all gtx460 have dual 6pin power connectors (AFAIK)
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    Quote Originally Posted by voklskier4452 View Post
    Well as far as I am concerned the problem with those was MSI showing off golden sample lightnings and then having retail samples pretty much suck out. Of course that wasn't always the case, but it sill rubbed alot of people the wrong way.
    I seconded that.

    But they can always claimed that oc is not always guaranteed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karandiru View Post
    1000 mhz gpu.very well..How was the temperature..? (room vs.)
    I dont check temp on GPU but I think around 65 ... and my room 18

    Quote Originally Posted by Kain XS View Post
    How about showing GPU Voltage?
    VGPU 1.168 Volt

    Quote Originally Posted by cdolphin View Post
    Stock cooling? What voltage?
    TYhanks for the post!
    Yeahh....still on stock card out of box ..


    Quote Originally Posted by junior-21- View Post
    impressive!

    any hw mods?

    no mod...

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    So 1.168V for the Hawk edition, that is quite a number, but that temperature, seems that the cooler can handle even more power, amazing.

    Beside Hazzan, have you got a Cyclone for compare it? Maybe it can also achive 1000Mhz in the core with that voltage.

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    nice! can you run vantage X?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pekalion View Post
    So 1.168V for the Hawk edition, that is quite a number, but that temperature, seems that the cooler can handle even more power, amazing.

    Beside Hazzan, have you got a Cyclone for compare it? Maybe it can also achive 1000Mhz in the core with that voltage.
    I have an MSI Cyclone GTX 460 1GB in my backup rig!
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    1GHz sounds sweet, and it's always fun to hit a great milestone.

    But I'm wondering why all these good looking and great coolers on GTX460 insist on dumping the hot air inside the case. The Cyclone-cooler doesn't even try to hide it, but this HAWK cooler will dump the same amount of heir inside the case. I'm wondering why they couldn't seal it.

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