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Originally Posted by NCspecV81 View Post
so two 5850's vs. the unlocked and overclocked 465? I can do a run right fast. Just tell me the settings to run it at.
the 465 unlocked to 470 at 1920x1080 16af extreme tessellation AA off i think it is. Same as the heaven benchmark post in benchmarking section.

Now the overclock is probably nothing i will be able to attain so possibly stock 470 settings.
Edited by ryman546 - 6/9/10 at 2:55pm
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post #32 of 143
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I disagree with this statement.
When it comes to better bang for your buck, Nvidia's been hung over on their ego and it almost seemed like they fell asleep.
Most people aren't going to flash and overclock this card to hell, I'd like to see how it does against a 5850.
Wow... the mighty 5870 got tied by a GTX 465. HAHA
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I have to admit Nvidia's $280 dollar card beats the $400 dollar ATI card. So much for ATI's better bang for the buck.
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post #34 of 143
Thanks for showing us what each card is capable of in the hands of someone with the pursuit of performance mindset. The GTX465 really impressed me here, especially with the much higher minimum frame rates which has the most noticeable effect on game play.

But personally I care about noise, heat and power consumption so I would keep the voltage stock and a mild overclock so that the fan doesn't go crazy during a game.
Edited by Derp - 6/9/10 at 3:30pm
post #35 of 143
it's good to see some competition from nvidia and also amd, this is just what us consumer's need @ long last,
but lets not forget that ati released the 5 series way ahead of nvidia's 400 series cards and will also be releasing there 6 series cards way ahead of nvidia's next generation cards, so once again ati will take the lead.

it's swings and roundabout's, so lets try to keep the fanboyish ranting to a minimum please, and turn this thread back in to an informative one rather than a debate @ who's better than who.
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post #36 of 143
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Thanks for showing us what each card is capable of in the hands of someone with the pursuit of performance mindset. The GTX465 really impressed me here.

But personally I care about noise, heat and power consumption so I would keep the voltage stock and a mild overclock so that the fan doesn't go crazy during a game.
Yeah, me too.

NCspec, could you perhaps do a Vantage run at 700-800MHz ?
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However I still don't quite get how your post is relevant to my statement that the 465 offers better bang for buck than an HD 5870...
465 wont be able to do this much longer, did you forget about that? just a couple lines up, so 5870 will be fine unless compared to the chosen few

also i dont care about epeen when i talk about scalability, you even agreed and i could care less that ocn users like to waste money, i dont and i wish i had one of these 465, i doubt ordering one now is worth the gamble

you seem to keep trying to prove something, cant we just talk about different aspects, or i might be misreading your tone, o well
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Yeah, me too.

NCspec, could you perhaps do a Vantage run at 700-800MHz ?
It'll be the same as a 470 at 700-800MHz unless you run it at 2560x1600 or some giant resolution(when the 465 is unlocked shaders only). If the memory is at 1280 then it'll be identical to a 470
    
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They are just butthurt because a little $280 green card is competing with a 5870 - trying to justify why they spent $420 on the 5870. Yes, it's pretty much a 470, but that's the beauty of unlocking.
While the 465 results are impressive its not hard to justify going with the 5870, its been out a lot longer than the 465. I feel ive already got my moneys worth.
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So OP...

5770 is $200 and GTX 465 is $300.. Which should I get that is more bang for the buck?
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