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post #21 of 48
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Regardless of resolution, I'd say two GTX 470's. Although at a resolution above 1200p, a pair of 2Gb 460's isn't a bad idea if you can get a good deal.
Dude I have the STALKER series and a fair few other games pulling 1200Mb+ VRAM usage on my GTX 470 at 1080p
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Ok now what about unlocking a GTX 465 into a GTX 470 can that still be done? Also are there any know cards that can do that?
 
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470's are beasts, if you can some for a good price they are worth it...under $200.
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I wouldn't trust that PSU to deliver clean and stable power. Based on what I've learned from the PSU experts here on OCN, I'm willing to bet that it is a junker that is to be avoided. Sure, it has a pretty face, but that's probably about where it ends. In other words, it's more than likely not a safe power supply to use when you're going to be investing your money in nice computer parts.

Here are others within that price range that will have all the power you could ever need to power a system that has two GTX 470s in SLI:

Don't be afraid of the Rosewill brand name or the Sentey brand name. These 2 units are recommended units! The Rosewill Green Series is not "awesome", but it's good enough that PSU experts do recommend it. However, the Sentey Golden Steel Power series is almost as good as the SeaSonic X-Series!

So if you can buy one of these, then your system will be much better off.


If you're not comfortable with 650W units (although, they have quite enough power), then here are some units with larger capacities:


I guarantee that all of these units are way better than PSUs like the XION, and I guarantee that they will all have enough power to power a system that has two GTX 470s in SLI.
Edited by TwoCables - 8/8/11 at 8:59am
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post #25 of 48
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I chose the 2GB 460 over the 470, mainly for cost issues but I also read that as the 460 came out after the 470 it had more up to date and efficient components so I snatched it up. The SLI gave just slightly (3-4fps) less than double performance on most games I tried.

Although I do not know anyone personally with a 470 so I do not know how much better it is at raw power.
How are your 460's performing with your 2x 24" monitors? I'm thinking of getting 2x 460 2GB to run 3x 24" monitors.
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post #26 of 48
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Ok now what about unlocking a GTX 465 into a GTX 470 can that still be done? Also are there any know cards that can do that?
The only one's reported to do so are:
Some PNY's
Some PoV's
All MSI 465 Golden Edition
Some evga 465 SC Edition

And there were some Asus models that could unlock the core, but not the extra memory/bandwidth cause the extra memory chips were not on the board.

Any that can unlock will have a black board, although a black board is a 'minimum', not a guarantee of unlocking.
    
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I guarantee that all of these units are way better than PSUs like the XION, and I guarantee that they will all have enough power to power a system that has two GTX 470s in SLI.
Will this one be better http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817159101
 
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No.

I scoured Newegg's inventory. What's wrong with the units I picked? It's not just about the wattage rating. When you see a 1,000W power supply for only $100, that's a sure sign that it's not very good.
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I just dont think 750 Watts would be enough I plan on overclocking the cards
 
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I just dont think 750 Watts would be enough I plan on overclocking the cards
Well, it is. All of those 750W are actually more than enough. They're practically overkill, even if you overclock the 470s.

I was told that I could have had two overclocked 470s in my system with my HX650, but I don't want a multi-GPU setup.
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