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Here's some 480 ones that I done at 915/1150, but they are on release drivers so I'm about positive they have increased. I'll re-do them here in 5 minutes.

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Interesting note, I just compared the Crysis stock "Very High" settings and the Mster Config that NCspecV81 uses and I got a 8 FPS bump on my stock clocks. 31 > 39 Avg FPS and 22 > 29 Min FPS. However, it looks completely different, the colors are not as rich and less is being rendered so the results are understandable. It sets some things to "High" at first and then mods them to add some effects and quality settings. Still a pretty interesting config though.
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Interesting note, I just compared the Crysis stock "Very High" settings and the Mster Config that NCspecV81 uses and I got a 8 FPS bump on my stock clocks. 31 FPS > 39 FPS. However, it looks completely different, the colors are not as rich and less is being rendered so the results are understandable. It sets some things to "High" at first and then mods them to add some effects and quality settings. Still a pretty interesting config though.
It's an acquired taste. You can modify it. I just make sure I run the config the same on each.
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so which 465 manufacturers will unlock? just PNY?
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It's an acquired taste. You can modify it. I just make sure I run the config the same on each.
Yeah as long as your direct comparisons are the same settings it's fine. You should definitely run a few stock setting benches though when you get a chance, so we can use for comparison in our systems.
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I think this is treading in stock 5970 territory.

480 @ 975/1150



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Crysis @ 1920x1200 w/ 4xAA

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Farcry2 @ 1920x1200 w/ 4xAA Max DX10

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Dirt2 @ 1920x1200 w/ 4xAA DX11 Max

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Resident Evil 5 @ 1920x1200 w/ 8xAA Max

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Street Fighter 4 @ 1920x1200 w/ 8xAA Max

BC2 @ the same settings as the 465 unlocked and same section as it was practically identical

2010-06-09 22:26:29 - BFBC2Game
Frames: 16142 - Time: 180587ms -Avg: 89.386 - Min: 58 - Max: 148
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Thats kind of disappointing that the 480 only got a avg of 10fps more than a 465.. Kind of makes me want to stand in a corner..

EDIT:: My bad, that was a stock clock 480 right?
Edited by zamdam - 6/9/10 at 7:38pm
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How are you cooling the 465?? Cuz my 470 reaches the high 90s whenever I get over 820 core on stock air.
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pftt 900on core? really? thats only if its on water. on air that thing will create lots of heat, not safe for 24/7 use so thats useless, unless you wanna kill your card fine
    
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Thats kind of disappointing that the 480 only got a avg of 10fps more than a 465.. Kind of makes me want to stand in a corner..
Well the GTX465 is actually a GTX470 then and at the same clocks there isn't a big difference between the GTX470 and GTX480. Remember the GTX480 has a 701 core as opposed to the GTX465 and GTX470 with 608 core at stock.
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