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my card cannot keep OVEVGA480, because of bad memory overclock.
Unstable in 3D after few seconds..
I'm on N470 TF2 stock bios now, and downgrade the momory to 1603.. because on 1674 it is unstable
but I can reach 800 by GPU on 1.087, and now I'm using 700\\1603(gpu\\memory) by 24\\7 on 1.050v

Phys-x ON, CPU is unlocked Phenom x3 720 to Phenom X4@3.4Ghz@NB2.4GHz@1.375V


p.s. on OVEVGA480 I can't downclock memory to 1603.. its imposible with that bios I think.

Who knows, why so bad memory OC with my card?

pps. Without unlock I had 800mhz on gpu at stock 1v.
but results in vantage with that overclock was the same like on stock GTX470 bios without OC..
Edited by stg43x - 10/3/10 at 3:57pm
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post #4114 of 5083
Ok! So today I replaced the stock fans with 92mm units: Here is a pic of them installed:

The particular fan I used is
AVC 92mm x 25mm 4-Pin PWM Hydraulic Bearing Fan (DS09225R12HPFAF)
They peak at somewhere around 45cfm at fullspeed, the sound is noticeable but not unpleasant. They were easy to mount with zipties & small pieces of doublesided foam tape to stop vibrations.

I did not attempt to connect the fans to the oncard fan connector, as I was a bit worried they might draw too much current, but at some point I'll try this, just need to locate a mini-pwm connector adaptor. They are plugged into a fan controller for now.

On to testing: Idle temps are 4-6C lower, from ~45C to 39C now, a good sign. I then ran OCCT (zero errorrate clock settings) for 30min with stock fans and then with the new fans. Peak temps stock = 78C, new fans = 75C. Using a somewhat higher clockspeed setting that gives some OCCT errors, the number of reported errors was dramatically lower with the new fans, from stock many 100's to a couple dozen now.

So what conclusions to draw? Firstly, the stock fans are well-sized to the stock heatsink; even with dramatically higher airflow, load temps were only marginally better with the new fans. And this also demonstrates that the stock heatsink is the limiting factor to GPU temps; either watercooling or a larger aftermarket cooler will be needed to lower temps significantly.

Thirdly, and maybe most interestingly, I believe the lower OCCT error rate with the new fans is because they are providing more cooling to the memory and VR chips in back of the main heatsink. Even so, I felt the back of the card near the VR chips while OCCT was running, and it's still too hot to leave your finger for long; the stock heatsink for these chips is a simple strip of copper. Replacing it with real finned heatsinks that the better fans would provide increased airflow over could make a big difference, I'll try this at some point if I find a good deal on them.

So now I have a 4slot videocard that blocks all the other pci-e slots Well, that's ok for now, and it's easily reversible. A fun experiment!
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Are the fans just recirculating hot air in the case?
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2.0 afterburner not giving me volt mz box checked an all .Got this as a my 465 stock Mem 405 / Shater 810 / Core 1603 does this seem right ? going to role back to 1.6 vers of afterburner see if that works.wanted to play with 465 befor flashing to a 470 bios
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2.0 afterburner not giving me volt mz box checked an all .Got this as a my 465 stock Mem 405 / Shater 810 / Core 1603 does this seem right ? going to role back to 1.6 vers of afterburner see if that works.wanted to play with 465 befor flashing to a 470 bios
Go into settings and unlock the voltage control.
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Well i'm sitting in my cube with my lovely #1494 sitting under my desk. I can hardly control myself. Can't wait to flash this baby tonight (crosses fingers!)
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Ok, so I'm trying to flash a new bios. Every time I do, this is what happens:

It will boot into windows fine, obviously windows needing to re-install the card. So windows get's done doing it's thing (the latest driver files are already installed on the machine), and asks for a reboot. After the "Starting Windows" screen, nothing. Nada.

Is mine one of the few that won't work? I'm trying a third BIOS right now to see if that will work
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Originally Posted by Cavi View Post
Ok, so I'm trying to flash a new bios. Every time I do, this is what happens:

It will boot into windows fine, obviously windows needing to re-install the card. So windows get's done doing it's thing (the latest driver files are already installed on the machine), and asks for a reboot. After the "Starting Windows" screen, nothing. Nada.

Is mine one of the few that won't work? I'm trying a third BIOS right now to see if that will work



Are you getting a "update successful" message whenever you flash the card? Can you take some pictures of the back pcb and post it here? Any artifacts when booting up - this is an obvious sign that your card won't unlock.
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