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post #881 of 1902
Just got two PNY GTX 465 From Microcenter NJ for $260 each. Have another PNY 465 coming form Newegg which cost me 225. Here's a bench, pic
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post #882 of 1902
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The stock cooler on the MSI is pretty good. I just got my card today. The screenie below shows it running Folding@Home with 96% of GPU cycles and a modest overclock above the factory OC of 725 Mhz. The load temp is not going higher than 48C degrees, and the fan is only spinning at 59%. I'm going to keep ramping up the speed. I don't see temperatures being an issue with this card.

What about memory modules and VRM?
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post #883 of 1902
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What about memory modules and VRM?
Don't know. It doesn't have any dedicated cooling there, but I can tell you the GPU cooler is open enough that I'm sure it's spraying air all around the PCB. There's a gap between the heatsink base and the heatpipe area that is certainly leaking airflow onto the memory and MOSFETs. I can only hope that is adequate. We'll see.
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Hallo. How does one get the voltage on the 460 above the 1.087 limit? I only get 60c max temps in furmark with 70% fanspeed, this is with 910mhz core.
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How can you clock the memory so high? Even so, how much of an performance impact will memory clocking have compared to core/shader?
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post #886 of 1902
You can put me down for an msi 1gb gtx460, asus 465, pny 465(470).

http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...s-cypress.html


Edited by NCspecV81 - 7/21/10 at 7:56am
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post #887 of 1902
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Originally Posted by NCspecV81 View Post
You can put me down for an msi 1gb gtx460, asus 465, pny 465(470).

http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...s-cypress.html

wow, nice overclock on that card
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wow, nice overclock on that card
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post #889 of 1902
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Originally Posted by jadawgis732 View Post
Just got two PNY GTX 465 From Microcenter NJ for $260 each. Have another PNY 465 coming form Newegg which cost me 225. Here's a bench, pic
Erm...117*C PCB temperature on the second card?
post #890 of 1902
replace me on the list from a EVGA GTX 470 to a EVGA GTX 480!

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/2znu4/
Edited by melterx12 - 7/21/10 at 6:34pm
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