EVGA GTX 460 Superclocked EE dumps the heat load outside

by Rafael Hernandez on July 22, 2010 · 0 comments

The majority of mid-range graphics cards are created with a reference cooler design that has cost cutting in mind over other factors which can lead to a whole heck of a lot of heat being dumped back into your PC’s case increasing the temperature of every other component in your system.

EVGA’s GTX 460 Superclocked EE increases the clock speeds over the reference design and includes a heatsink that’s closer in design to its bigger brothers which pushes the heat through the back vents of the card leading to some lower system temperatures overall. A swell idea given the amount of heat every other component in a modern rigs is pumping out.

EVGA GTX 460 1GB Superclocked EE (External Exhaust) Review @ Hardware Canucks

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