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In a month it would probably be an .08 cent increase in power over the 560 Ti's.
I ran the numbers for me & my usage and it comes out to about $2 more per month in electric over a gtx 260 sli rig, assuming no overclock on either setup.


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LOL who even calculates stuff like that?
People with a mind for money who want to know the total cost of ownership? People who are smart or good at math? People who want to minimize the external negative impact of using unnecessary amounts of power?
Edited by TehStone - 10/30/11 at 8:28pm
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The 560 Ti is faster at stock and overclocks higher, however, the 470 @ 800 will match a 560 @ 1GHz. The 470 picks up faster when overclocking is applied.
Has anyone ever done a comparo of the two at those speeds?
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why does galaxy have to use that crap HSF on all of it's cards?
    
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why does galaxy have to use that crap HSF on all of it's cards?
Not all of them are crappy. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814162049
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@ 800 core, I'm about 1-2FPS from a stock 480 on Unique. With the core at 825, I'm on the 480. @ 607 I'm something like 12-15FPS from a 480.
Was able to get around 730 core without a voltage bump. Yeah, the 470's overclock and gain like a dream.
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@ 800 core, I'm about 1-2FPS from a stock 480 on Unique. With the core at 825, I'm on the 480. @ 607 I'm something like 15-18FPS from a 480.
Was able to get around 730 core without a voltage bump. Yeah, the 470's overclock and gain like a dream.
Could you post your 3d mark score with the overclock (which I'm assuming is stable)?
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post #27 of 42
Most 470's do 800 full stable, hours of gaming. With more luck, you might be able to hit 850-900. 900 is rare though one of mine does.

http://img.techpowerup.org/110919/Temp.jpg

Either way, the 470 will significantly beat a 560 Ti with an OC on both. Reason being the more monolithic (GF100) GPU over full shader-enabled GF104 (GTX 460), which is named GF114 (560 Ti). It has a wider data, memory path, more pipelines and such. Along with a low stock clock. That's why it improvises well once OC'ed.

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Most 470's do 800 full stable, hours of gaming. With more luck, you might be able to hit 850-900. 900 is rare though one of mine does.

http://img.techpowerup.org/110919/Temp.jpg

Either way, the 470 will significantly beat a 560 Ti with an OC on both. Reason being the more monolithic (GF100) GPU over full shader-enabled GF104 (GTX 460), which is named GF114 (560 Ti). It has a wider data, memory path, more pipelines and such. Along with a low stock clock. That's why it improvises well once OC'ed.

900 core @ 1.025v....

If thats not a golden 470 I don't know what is.
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That one (I keep in the first slot) is a reference Pny XLR8, which I got from a guy off eBay. He wrote on it's page that it was kept in a "family PC", and not pushed in any way.

The other two I got are from eVGA B-Stock and wonderfully, they bottleneck everything. I can't go over 750-775 with them. Even at 1.175. If only that returned card didn't break the magic...
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That one (I keep in the first slot) is a reference Pny XLR8, which I got from a guy off eBay. He wrote on it's page that it was kept in a "family PC", and not pushed in any way.

The other two I got are from eVGA B-Stock and wonderfully, they bottleneck everything. I can't go over 750-775 with them. Even at 1.175. If only that returned card didn't break the magic...
Have you tried pushing that baby farther? If it can go that high at only 1.025v I can only imagine the crazy things it can go when you put it at 1.2v...1ghz+ is not too far off
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