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Very interesting results...

I guess this is showing the "diminishing point of return" when OCing these cards past a certain point. Seems to me that the best OC is somewhere in the ~700MHz range. This is probably what I will be shooting for, then push memory clock as high as it can go.

Thanks for the follow up very informative indeed
No problem at all

My card won't go past 1800 memory clock. I tried 1900 and I get artifacts right after clicking apply button in Afterburner.
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No problem at all

My card won't go past 1800 memory clock. I tried 1900 and I get artifacts right after clicking apply button in Afterburner.
I got the #0193 card I had (.925v stock) to 1980 on the memory @ 1.087v . GPU Core Clock however was only at 752MHz. So it comes down to a choice between a higher Core Clock or Memory Clock. Obviously it would be best to find an OC somewhere in the middle.

I'm currently having unusual bios problems with the R3E where I am getting very low 3D scores. So after two days of OCing to get to 4.2GHz my benchmark scores are worse than they were at stock speeds . Trying a different bios now though so hopefully once that's sorted I will overclock the card and post some benchmark results: Comparing a stock 920 and stock 470 vs stock 920 and OCed 470 vs OCed 920 @ 4.2GHz with stock 470 vs 920 @ 4.2GHz and OCed 470. Might take a minute though
Edited by spoolindsm127 - 10/5/10 at 9:47pm
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Cavi:

Instead of using an Autoexec.bat file, please please please do it manually.

Just type this while confirming each choice by pressing 'y':
  1. nvflash --eraseeeprom
  2. nvflash -4 -5 -6 biosname.rom (so, make sure to use the actual name of the BIOS that you are flashing to)
  3. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del when it is finished

After this, you can allow Windows to do its thing upon the first bootup. But then do this:
  1. Delete C:\\NVIDIA (seriously, it is safe and I recommend it)
  2. Uninstall the NVIDIA display driver and all related software using the Programs and Features control panel
  3. Open Device Manager and look for "Display adapters".
  4. If you see "Display adapters" (it actually should not be there), then expand this branch and right-click your card and choose "Uninstall"
  5. Close Device Manager
  6. Reboot into Safe Mode
  7. Once in Safe Mode, open this version of Driver Sweeper (so install it before the first step above just to ensure it is installed)
  8. Select "NVIDIA - Display"
  9. Click "Clean"
  10. Close Driver Sweeper
  11. Reboot back into the normal mode of Windows
  12. Install driver version 258.96 (http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...glish_whql.exe)
  13. Reboot after the installation
  14. Uninstall the Stereoscopic 3D driver from within the Programs and Features control panel
  15. Reboot

If there are still problems after this, then I don't know what else to do.
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Im very happy with the 2 cards that I have!




Now this is just showing off!!!




Edited by _556_SIR_DRIP - 10/6/10 at 5:44am
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Cavi:

Instead of using an Autoexec.bat file, please please please do it manually.

Just type this while confirming each choice by pressing 'y':
  1. nvflash --eraseeeprom
  2. nvflash -4 -5 -6 biosname.rom (so, make sure to use the actual name of the BIOS that you are flashing to)
  3. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del when it is finished

After this, you can allow Windows to do its thing upon the first bootup. But then do this:
  1. Delete C:\\NVIDIA (seriously, it is safe and I recommend it)
  2. Uninstall the NVIDIA display driver and all related software using the Programs and Features control panel
  3. Open Device Manager and look for "Display adapters".
  4. If you see "Display adapters" (it actually should not be there), then expand this branch and right-click your card and choose "Uninstall"
  5. Close Device Manager
  6. Reboot into Safe Mode
  7. Once in Safe Mode, open this version of Driver Sweeper (so install it before the first step above just to ensure it is installed)
  8. Select "NVIDIA - Display"
  9. Click "Clean"
  10. Close Driver Sweeper
  11. Reboot back into the normal mode of Windows
  12. Install driver version 258.96 (http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...glish_whql.exe)
  13. Reboot after the installation
  14. Uninstall the Stereoscopic 3D driver from within the Programs and Features control panel
  15. Reboot

If there are still problems after this, then I don't know what else to do.
I actually did this exact thing last night, to no avail. I've got a standard 465 on my hands, I'm sure of that now.

Before all this talk about the autoexec.bat, I was actually doing everything manually. I will try again to make this thing work. Could it be the most recent driver version? Should I try an older version?

Maybe I'll try re-downloading the driver when I get home as well.

I would just go out and buy a GTX470, but the stock coolers scare me a little. Not sure why, but it would be nice to have some sort of better cooling solution. But then those particular cards are much more expensive, so considering the reference cards comes back into play.

I just don't think the 465 is a big enough jump (espeiclally for the price of the GE) from a 4870 to justify it. I'd rather have a 470.
Edited by Cavi - 10/6/10 at 8:55am
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Im very happy with the 2 cards that I have!




Now this is just showing off!!!





Nice memory clock you have
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Im very happy with the 2 cards that I have!




Now this is just showing off!!!



Is it possible to have video card envy? lol, i got one of your duds from newegg the other day.
Edited by anubis1127 - 10/6/10 at 3:46pm
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I'm currently having unusual bios problems with the R3E where I am getting very low 3D scores. So after two days of OCing to get to 4.2GHz my benchmark scores are worse than they were at stock speeds .
I have the SAME problem. With more memory clocks- worst results in benchmarks.. I think memory controller just can't work stable on that frequencys..
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I have the SAME problem. With more memory clocks- worst results in benchmarks.. I think memory controller just can't work stable on that frequencys..

Yea it may most certainly be the overclocked memory. I am running benchmarks now with cpu and gpu at stock clocks just to compare. Once I find the best mobo bios I will overclock to 4GHz and compare the benchmarks. Hopefully this time around things should be way better.

@ _556_sir_drip

Very nice results man! Are you using grunion's bios? Those last two screenies honestly kinda turned me on . Sick setup
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Is it possible to have video card envy? lol, i got one of your duds from newegg the other day.
Did you get the #1410?
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