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post #2871 of 5083
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Just tried another one still gtx 465 and now 352 shaders...
Sounds like you used an overclocked 470 BIOS. Try a stock 470 BIOS.
post #2872 of 5083
Which one can i use ?
post #2873 of 5083
Just tried the card with 224 shaders @stock no problem whane flashing...
the one with 352 shaders @stock artefacts after flashind differents bios

Why they don't have @stok the same number of shaders ???
post #2874 of 5083
Just tried the card with 224 shaders @stock no problem when flashing...
the one with 352 shaders @stock artefacts after flashing differents bios

Why they don't have @stok the same number of shaders ???
post #2875 of 5083
I have just tried the Asus stock rom bios and still artefacts problem...
post #2876 of 5083
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Originally Posted by valec06 View Post
Just tried the card with 224 shaders @stock no problem when flashing...
the one with 352 shaders @stock artefacts after flashing differents bios

Why they don't have @stok the same number of shaders ???
If you are showing 224 Shaders, there is definately something wrong with the card or BIOS. You should see 352 shaders when the card is on a 465 BIOS and 448 Shaders when it is on a GTX 470 BIOS.

As far as your second card artifacting when you flash to a 470, you may need to up the voltage on that card. Try using MSI Afterburner to up the voltage a little at a time and see if it fixes the artifacting at all. Or you could just try a BIOS that has a higher voltage to start with.

Also as always remember that unlocking is not a guarantee. There is a reason why these cards were sold as 465s and not 470s.

I don't think you posted this, but what is your card numbers?
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Core i7 960 D0 @ Stock Asus P6X58D-Premium MSI GTX465 Twin Frozr II GE UL to GTX470 PNY Refurbished GTX465 UL to GTX470 with H60 Mod 
RAMHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
12GB G.Skill Ripjaws 1600Mhz @ 9-9-9-24-2T 2 X 64GB M4 SSD in RAID0 3 X 500GB in RAID5 LG BD-R Corsair H100 
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Window 7 64-bit, Ubuntu Linux 10, MAC OS X Dell 21" and LG 23" Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Corsair HX750 
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Core i7 5930K MSI X99a Gaming Godlike MSI R9 290 Gaming 32 GB GSKILL 2400 DDR4 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung 256GB 950 Pro M.2 4 x Seagate 2TB SSHD in RAID 10 LG Blue Ray Burner EKWB Predator 360 AIO 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Windows 10 Pro 27" XStar 1440P IPS Korean Monitor ASUS 24" 1080P Logtech G710+ 
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post #2877 of 5083
i would suggest everyone that hasn't successfully flashed their new bios to erase the old bios (465) first before flashing to the 470.

it's almost like overwriting drivers sometimes -- it may give u problems.
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post #2878 of 5083
Hi, still wondering about ramsinks on the ramchips or using regular TIM paste on the stock memory heatsink versus the thick stock tape on the Frozr II GE. Has anyone done either of these? I don't mean the main heatsink, but the secondary one underneath it.

Now that my ambient room temps have dropped from 32C to the 26C range, my card idles at <45C & peaks at less than 80C at 800/1600/1700 1.075v, and is very stable, but I'd still like to try tweaking to get better cooling! I'm loving this card!

rms
post #2879 of 5083
How can i erase the existing bios?
Nvflash --eraseeeprom is another thing?
post #2880 of 5083
after youve flashed the card successfully, reboot and check in device manager for what display adapters its recognizing or get gpu-z. That will proove that the flash took, then get the drivers off of nvidias site for the 470. Check gpu-z for 448 shaders and 1280 memory.

I had trouble doing this myself as the card would still come up as a 465 in bios.
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