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post #1621 of 5083
For the Canadians on this post!

NCIX has restocked the MSI 465 Twin Frozr II Gold! And a lot of them too!

Also read the note on the picture below. Pre-unlocked for me! Now that is service!





#1546

(I asked, Burnaby location does not have #1337)

Gonna plug it in now for a test drive!
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post #1622 of 5083
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
I think my VID before flashing was 1.052. It's 1.050V after flashing to this BIOS:

http://www.mvktech.net/component/opt...einfo/id,3218/


I can't flash back because NiBiToR couldn't save my stock BIOS. I ignored the fact that it was blank, but it kept refusing to function.
The steps on the VID are at .0125V intervals, so if you're at 1.050 now, you can't have been at 1.052 before. Maybe you were at 1.062 before, does that ring a bell?

That'd make sense to me, since my VID dropped by .0125V when I flashed, and I'm trying to establish some rhyme/reason to what goes on with this stuff.
    
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post #1623 of 5083
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Originally Posted by RagingInferno View Post
For the Canadians on this post!

NCIX has restocked the MSI 465 Twin Frozr II Gold! And a lot of them too!

Also read the note on the picture below. Pre-unlocked for me! Now that is service!





#1546

(I asked, Burnaby location does not have #1337)

Gonna plug it in now for a test drive!
Ooo, I'm in burnaby as well.
post #1624 of 5083
Bling bling, RagingInferno!

Quote:
Originally Posted by brettjv View Post
The steps on the VID are at .0125V intervals, so if you're at 1.050 now, you can't have been at 1.052 before. Maybe you were at 1.062 before, does that ring a bell?

That'd make sense to me, since my VID dropped by .0125V when I flashed, and I'm trying to establish some rhyme/reason to what goes on with this stuff.
If it always goes in .0125V intervals, then it absolutely must've been 1.062V.
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Stock GTX470, Taken from my MSI GTX470.
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post #1626 of 5083
Wow. Now I'm testing 825/1650/1800 with 1.075V, and so far it's just absolutely amazing. I just manually stopped Furmark, but I was running it at 1680x1050, Full Screen, 4xAA and Displacement Mapping. With the fans at 50% and an ambient temp of about 75°F, the temperature never exceeded 72°C!

Then I stopped the test and I immediately set the fan to 100% and I felt a little rush of hot air enter the room. This Twin Frozr II is one impressive cooler! The heat dissipation is just blowing me away even though I really have almost no basis for comparison!

I still don't know if I need this much voltage, but I'll find out soon enough!
Edited by TwoCables - 8/11/10 at 5:32pm
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post #1627 of 5083
Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Wow. Now I'm testing 825/1650/1800 with 1.075V, and so far it's just absolutely amazing. I just manually stopped Furmark, but I was running it at 1680x1050, Full Screen, 4xAA and Displacement Mapping. With the fans at 50% and an ambient temp of about 75°F, the temperature never exceeded 72°C!

Then I stopped the test and I immediately set the fan to 100% and I felt a little rush of hot air enter the room. This Twin Frozr II is one impressive cooler! The heat dissipation is just blowing me away even though I really have almost no basis for comparison!

I still don't know if I need this much voltage, but I'll find out soon enough!
Which Bios are you using? I get artifacts in Vantage with that voltage/clocks. Thinking about trying out another Bios if you can recommend yours
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post #1628 of 5083
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Which Bios are you using? I get artifacts in Vantage with that voltage/clocks. Thinking about trying out another Bios if you can recommend yours
I'll run Vantage at its defaults right now to see what happens. But so far, it lasted ~45 minutes of Furmark at those settings I mentioned just now.
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Nice job man Fan is pretty quiet even at 75% isn't it?

Good luck getting this to work in MAC though lol... OS X is unkind to GPU's, especially modified ones
It is really quiet! Only after I turn it up to close to 100% can I hear it.

I can't install chameleon RC 5 for some reason <__< so I'll probably hook up my 260 again and use it for now...
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It is really quiet! Only after I turn it up to close to 100% can I hear it.

I can't install chameleon RC 5 for some reason <__< so I'll probably hook up my 260 again and use it for now...
Whoa. You must have some loud case fans! It's definitely a quieter cooler, but for me, it's not that quiet!

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Which Bios are you using? I get artifacts in Vantage with that voltage/clocks. Thinking about trying out another Bios if you can recommend yours
Aw, Vantage crashed while warming up on Crash and Burn.
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