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Would this unlocked card be better than an evga gtx 470?
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Would this unlocked card be better than an evga gtx 470?
Well, yes and no. I mean, it will run much cooler, but there's a chance that it may not overclock as high as a regular 470. This is because these Golden Edition GTX 465s were supposed to be 470s, but they didn't make the cut and ended up with the BIOS of a 465. However, many people are still getting very good results!
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Well, yes and no. I mean, it will run much cooler, but there's a chance that it may not overclock as high as a regular 470. This is because these Golden Edition GTX 465s were supposed to be 470s, but they didn't make the cut and ended up with the BIOS of a 465. However, many people are still getting very good results!
That was the case with the PNY and PoV 465's... not so sure about these cards. I think this may be just MSI doing some volume selling
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That was the case with the PNY and PoV 465's... not so sure about these cards. I think this may be just MSI doing some volume selling
But I am unable to ignore the fact that these aren't as easy to overclock as stock 470s.
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But I am unable to ignore the fact that these aren't as easy to overclock as stock 470s.
Especially when you change the bios every day I'm using Grunion's, and I'm at 800/1600/1800. No artifacting in games or anything, and 81 is the highest temp I've seen. 1.075v
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Especially when you change the bios every day
I'm not referring to just my experience. I am remembering what I've observed in this thread so far.

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I'm using Grunion's, and I'm at 800/1600/1800. No artifacting in games or anything, and 81 is the highest temp I've seen. 1.075v
He has 2, so which one is it? That's freakin' impressive.
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post #2277 of 5083
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Would this unlocked card be better than an evga gtx 470?
A stock 470 has some heat issues. You aren't going to be able to bump the voltage as high due to heat. The fan is also very loud on the reference cooler compared to the 465GE's fans. However, as said previously, the max oc of the 465GE's unlocked are probably below the average real 470. That said, it's a matter of the chip limiting your OC vs the temps limiting your oc.

Most 465GE's hit 800mhz core, which is pretty good. There are some 470's that can't even hit 800, and there are some that can hit 850 with higher voltage. Also note that the lower numbered cards tend to OC a bit better (especially memory).
    
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Well, yes and no. I mean, it will run much cooler, but there's a chance that it may not overclock as high as a regular 470. This is because these Golden Edition GTX 465s were supposed to be 470s, but they didn't make the cut and ended up with the BIOS of a 465. However, many people are still getting very good results!
Oh I see... I was planning to grab this card or an evga gtx 470 because they pretty much the same price. I need to snag a msi gtx 465 before they run out! My mind keeps changing! I would probably get a high numbered card at this rate...
Edited by Fany - 8/16/10 at 4:05pm
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I'm not referring to just my experience. I am remembering what I've observed in this thread so far.
Yeah, I'm gonna debate returning for an actual 470 over the next week. Gonna keep an eye on everything at this setting. I don't care about OC scanner or OCCT really... as long as games are stable, I'm happy. If I start seeing problems, I'm probably gonna return it. I just want a stable card.
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Yeah, I'm gonna debate returning for an actual 470 over the next week. Gonna keep an eye on everything at this setting. I don't care about OC scanner or OCCT really... as long as games are stable, I'm happy. If I start seeing problems, I'm probably gonna return it. I just want a stable card.
What clocks are you able to hit with your card Droogie?
    
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