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TwoCables, don't hesitate to check out the number on that card! GO GO GO!
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TwoCables, don't hesitate to check out the number on that card! GO GO GO!
Y'know, I think I will. I mean, I'm not the only Minnesotan in here who lives close enough to this Micro Center!

I mean, I am already attached to mine. After all, look at my unboxing thread. Even if this card at Micro Center could easily get me like 850/1600/2000, I just don't know if I could part with the card that destiny brought to me. So, someone else should go get that card. However, I just don't want it to fall in the wrong hands so I might have to make a big deal about it here on OCN. hehe
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Check out the $519.98 special hanging TOUGH with the $1K big boys down at the Lost Planet 2 benchmark thread ... and lets get some more representation going on down there!

http://www.overclock.net/benchmarkin...enchmarks.html

And we won't even the mention the utter destruction and devastation being visited upon the 460's in SLI that are at 800/1995

Oh wait, I guess I just did.
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Hello. I have been following the thread for a few days now since I purchased one of these last week when it was on sale at newegg for $240 after mail-in rebate. The card just arrived today and the number is 540. From what I've read here there the lower the number, the better right? I was considering returning it after finding out there were some duds that wouldn't unlock, but I am guessing this one has a good chance.
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Noted. Thanks!


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Sorry to be blatantly asking you a question right after you joined but if you had time, could you take a look at my post over here?

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/7899...l#post10384439

I understand that this is a great card and it has been performing monstrously well for most, but I seem to be having some troubles with it. Any help at all will be greatly appreciated.
I'm not customer service so I don't want to take any official position. That being said, I hope that you guys can understand that RMA has a specific procedure and policy in place because it involves cost accounting, who to charge for labor (MSI HQ, or USA sales, or USA RMA, or some other department), and due to liability issues we cannot just simply ship out a fan.

It's not that we do not trust the end-user; we are simply doing things by the book.

PM me your specific RMA # and I will see what I can do. No guarantees, though.


And a comment about card performance: as most people know, overclocking is never a guarantee. Simply allowing unlocking to a GTX470 does not imply you will achieve the same performance. Even issues with "bad cards" has a lot to do with luck and nothing else.

As for the cards themselves... The GPUs are binned as such for a reason... and I'll touch below on that point.



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meaning...?

We had some cards with underspec ram(mine) and/or gpus, and also some amazing looking copper heatsinks we hoped to charge a monster price for in custom 480 GTX's(purely conjecture), but they didn't really do any better than than our aluminum ones and you know how picky the $500 price-tag crowd is ... (that said based on mine, this copper is great)

so we took 2 lemons (sad chips n cooler that looks cooler than it is) and made lemonade!!!

drink up and enjoy usa fanboyz!
HAHAHA that's a good way of putting it.... however, it's really not that simple.

I am not really at liberty (right now) to say how things are done, but the smart consumer can figure out what exactly the GTX465 is (as a product) by reading some reviews about the reference design, and how it performs versus the GTX470.

That will help explain a lot.


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Welcome, Alex!

Please update this thread if you create that thread you're talking about! I am looking forward to whatever it is!
I will.

Thanks.

-alex
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HAHAHA that's a good way of putting it.... however, it's really not that simple.

I am not really at liberty (right now) to say how things are done, but the smart consumer can figure out what exactly the GTX465 is (as a product) by reading some reviews about the reference design, and how it performs versus the GTX470.

That will help explain a lot.
I believe what you're trying to say here is that the binning process for GF100 isn't exact. The cheaper cards are going to sell more than the more expensive cards. Therefore, the demand for lesser chips may actually outweigh the sheer amount of "gimped" chips which would normally be allotted. This leads to higher binned chips making their way down to the lower end cards because of sheer demand. This is definitely what we're seeing in these 465's.

If MSI further bins chips, then the reason these GE's are so awesome is because they're the top end of the 465's. That would mean that they're getting the best chips that make it down to 465 levels. Some of them might even have chips that could have been a full 512SP 480, depending, once again, on demand.

NVidia's yields might have/may still be poor. However, these 465's are evidence that they're making better chips than they need to. Not all mid/lower end chips are there because they're bad. It's all about demand.
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Hello. I have been following the thread for a few days now since I purchased one of these last week when it was on sale at newegg for $240 after mail-in rebate. The card just arrived today and the number is 540. From what I've read here there the lower the number, the better right? I was considering returning it after finding out there were some duds that wouldn't unlock, but I am guessing this one has a good chance.
I say go ahead and attempt to unlock it. We have a 99% success rate going here! If you have any questions about how to unlock it, then feel free to ask me since I may be able to provide the fastest response time.

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Noted. Thanks!




I'm not customer service so I don't want to take any official position. That being said, I hope that you guys can understand that RMA has a specific procedure and policy in place because it involves cost accounting, who to charge for labor (MSI HQ, or USA sales, or USA RMA, or some other department), and due to liability issues we cannot just simply ship out a fan.

It's not that we do not trust the end-user; we are simply doing things by the book.

PM me your specific RMA # and I will see what I can do. No guarantees, though.


And a comment about card performance: as most people know, overclocking is never a guarantee. Simply allowing unlocking to a GTX470 does not imply you will achieve the same performance. Even issues with "bad cards" has a lot to do with luck and nothing else.

As for the cards themselves... The GPUs are binned as such for a reason... and I'll touch below on that point.





HAHAHA that's a good way of putting it.... however, it's really not that simple.

I am not really at liberty (right now) to say how things are done, but the smart consumer can figure out what exactly the GTX465 is (as a product) by reading some reviews about the reference design, and how it performs versus the GTX470.

That will help explain a lot.




I will.

Thanks.

-alex
You're welcome, Alex!

Now, when you said, "...and how it performs versus the GTX470.", do you mean before it's unlocked or after?

Also, can you help out JPJ5624 below? His 465 Golden Edition doesn't even work properly as a stock 465!
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Would it be worth it to send this card back to MSI? Will they even do anything because I flashed it to a 470? I mean right now I have it running completely stock out of the box; it's a 465, but will they say that the warranty's void?



I cannot just give up on this card...I will not!
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I believe what you're trying to say here is that the binning process for GF100 isn't exact. The cheaper cards are going to sell more than the more expensive cards. Therefore, the demand for lesser chips may actually outweigh the sheer amount of "gimped" chips which would normally be allotted. This leads to higher binned chips making their way down to the lower end cards because of sheer demand. This is definitely what we're seeing in these 465's.

If MSI further bins chips, then the reason these GE's are so awesome is because they're the top end of the 465's. That would mean that they're getting the best chips that make it down to 465 levels. Some of them might even have chips that could have been a full 512SP 480, depending, once again, on demand.

NVidia's yields might have/may still be poor. However, these 465's are evidence that they're making better chips than they need to. Not all mid/lower end chips are there because they're bad. It's all about demand.
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Alex,

You missed 2 important facts:
1 - I'm new here, just appeared.... so not important. No one cares what I say.
2 - I like my card. I'm happpy with the performance. Do I wish my vram could run like it should? YES!
Still, I'm ok with the performance and stabilty (now that I have a clue at how to measure that)

I needed a card today, not tomorrow or 6 months down the road when you'll offer something faster, cooler, cheaper... no doubt!

... I'm ok with it all.


Perhaps something in the translation rubbed me the wrong way... after all, I'm playing, you're working. There is either def a disconnect or bazaar sense of foreknowledge implied by your response... that reeks of bs, but I'll leave it at that.

peace

fyi - i can hit higher benchmarks when I pretend occt sees no artifacts. My posted bench is stable with 0 errors on various shader levels for >30 mins. However, can't hit more than 1560 mem keeping occt happy. Fortunately, all the games I play run great at occt-happy card settings, so I'm good!

Let the fan boyz crash there boxes... I need stable, reasonably cool and fun;This card delivers!

<why am i not in bed or playing a fun game... bye!>


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Noted. Thanks!




I'm not customer service so I don't want to take any official position. That being said, I hope that you guys can understand that RMA has a specific procedure and policy in place because it involves cost accounting, who to charge for labor (MSI HQ, or USA sales, or USA RMA, or some other department), and due to liability issues we cannot just simply ship out a fan.

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PM me your specific RMA # and I will see what I can do. No guarantees, though.


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As for the cards themselves... The GPUs are binned as such for a reason... and I'll touch below on that point.





HAHAHA that's a good way of putting it.... however, it's really not that simple.

I am not really at liberty (right now) to say how things are done, but the smart consumer can figure out what exactly the GTX465 is (as a product) by reading some reviews about the reference design, and how it performs versus the GTX470.

That will help explain a lot.




I will.

Thanks.

-alex
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