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I asked him this as well but he didn't answer
Helps with keeping capacitance while the temperatures drop. The colder the temperatures the less capacitance. Also helps clean up power and creates more stability.

I added a vmem mod and just pushed it from a stock 1.53v to a moderate 1.63v under load. Should help a little.

I will be doing a vPLL mod here soon too, which should help out a ton with the imc.
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gained a little headroom in both the ram and the gpu, and was just enough to push it into 22k gpu score land. This is on the stock cooler =o)~


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speaking of voltage changes, i got a kick out of that tweaktown article that claimed that 1.87 vcore(??) was acceptable

"Increasing the voltage to the max of 1.87v (which MSI let us know was safe for the card we used thanks to the extra cooling), we then provided to adjust the core clock. Speaking to MSI, they said we should be able to achieve 850MHz on the core. It's at that point I laughed to myself; maybe MSI had forgot that the default is only 608MHz.

They also said that we should be able to achieve 4000MHz QDR on the memory. I again proceeded to laugh to myself because since the Voltage Adjustment doesn't affect memory and last time we overclocked we couldn't get that high, I felt nothing was going to change this time.

MSI had the last laugh, though"
http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/338...nt/index2.html
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gained a little headroom in both the ram and the gpu, and was just enough to push it into 22k gpu score land. This is on the stock cooler =o)~
niiice!!

which msi bios is that??

nevermind, i think that i just found your post on it
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niiice!!

which msi bios is that??

nevermind, i think that i just found your post on it
A voltage cap removed 470 twin frozr II bios.

pushed the memory just an inch further to 2250(4500mhz)...



And for comparison a 5870 Lightning II @ 1150/1300(5200mhz)



Close between the two.
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A voltage cap removed 470 twin frozr II bios.
the holy grail!!

i'm standing by with feeble newbie rep in hand, hoping that you'll post it up for us :-)
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Only thing i've done was uncapped the voltage to 1.212v. No other modifications have been performed on it.
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I wonder if Newegg is going to honor my RMA replacement since their site sold out the day after I sent my card off to them to RMA. Hopefully since my RMA was in the system before they sold out, I'll be able to get one back still?
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Believe it or not, the GTX 465 GE can be unlocked without using another graphics card.
Oh yes I know (: just meant that I have to unlock both my card and my brother's card.
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Oh yes I know (: just meant that I have to unlock both my card and my brother's card.
Oh, I completely forgot about that.
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