Bios update for palit GTX460 Sonic Platinum MOSFET heatsink Problem
To who it may concern,
That review sample is the very first model we made, after finalizing the BIOS, there was no need to add a VRM heatsink.
GTX 460 1GB "Sonic Platinum" without a MOSFET heatsink (the samples for review had the heat sink)
1. It is no need to add a heat sink for those components (MOSFET power circuit).We had passed the thermal qualification testing for the the specification. The NV reference board does also not add it too.2. 100% burning tests for the GTX460 1GB "Sonic Platinum" (We have tested and done burning test for each "Sonic Platinum" board before shipped out to our customers. The "Burning test" - with at least 2 hours under 45 Degree C inside the chamber3. The temperature on the GPU, memory chips and VRM components of the GTX460 1GB "Sonic Platinum" is not over NV specification under 45 Degree chamber. (We run 3Dmark2006 "GT2" that was suggested by NV for the Thermal testing.
Please be confident with our serious testing process, which you do not need to be worries about an damage possibilities.
Quality is always out priority. Thank you.
If there are any further questions regarding this issue, you are welcome to email Palit support line; firstname.lastname@example.org We will be more than welcome to assist you.
Norman Lian - Palit Microystems Ltd
This file (includes BIOS) is for all of our GTX 460 models to update a new BIOS. It will automatically update the BIOS if it needs toDownload Now
Bios update for palit GTX460 Sonic Platinum MOSFET heatsink Problem Reviewed by Maherr Live on Monday, July 19, 2010 Rating: