SolidlyStated explores PC hardware, web development and scripting, and web design. Articles are authored by Evan M. Meagher, a professional web developer, designer, and Corvette enthusiast in Indianapolis, Indiana. For the most part, popular articles have been focused around design/scripting tutorials and software fixes for popular games.
I am one of three Evan Meaghers around the United Stated who run their own web site. I enjoy building websites, writing high quality code, and playing with the latest hardware. I am life long PC Gamer. Here is a collection of some of my goodies, both tech and plastic.
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If you have the chance I’d like you to directly compare the GTS250 and the new GTX460 that just appeared.
These are the 2 GPUs you could use on a Silverstone SG05 and if you could compare them directly I’d really appreciate that.
Nice site, It’s on my faves now 😀
Thanks for the compliment. Per your request, I contacted EVGA about getting some new hardware to review but haven’t heard back. I will, of course, get a hold of a 460/465 if I can.
Your calculations that show overclock gains are inaccurate.
For example you show the GTX470 as having 24% overclock on the core which you obtained by dividing 608 with 800. The calculations needs to have the same result whether you multiply or divide… *edited – shortened math*
Therefore the GTX470 overclocked to 800mhz is a 31.5789% overclock.
Hope this helps.
Updated! Thanks for the heads-up.
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I agree with “Thomas” & I too got here through having a tech problem but after a couple of minutes my problem was solved & I’m now a huge fan & will come visit often…..