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Unfortunately, the regular Twin Frozr 465s aren't unlockable. They're just plain old GTX 465s.
Thanks TwoCables. To clarify, is the MSI 470 Twin Frozr the same as an unlocked 465 GE? I'm looking for temps, noise levels, and gpu pronz and with so many reviews of the 465 GE and so little of the 470 maybe I should be checking the reviews of the GE to find the info I need? Sorry if this is hijacking, but I'm assuming its not.
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Thanks TwoCables. To clarify, is the MSI 470 Twin Frozr the same as an unlocked 465 GE? I'm looking for temps, noise levels, and gpu pronz and with so many reviews of the 465 GE and so little of the 470 maybe I should be checking the reviews of the GE to find the info I need? Sorry if this is hijacking, but I'm assuming its not.
The 470 Twin Frozr II will most likely be better binned than the 465 GE.

If I recall, MSIAlex said the heatsink is the same but nickel plated instead of the bare copper.
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Thanks TwoCables. To clarify, is the MSI 470 Twin Frozr the same as an unlocked 465 GE? I'm looking for temps, noise levels, and gpu pronz and with so many reviews of the 465 GE and so little of the 470 maybe I should be checking the reviews of the GE to find the info I need? Sorry if this is hijacking, but I'm assuming its not.
I've read that the full copper Golden Edition has almost identical cooling to the regular twin frozr II cooler. With that said, an unlocked GTX 470 may require more VID for stocks clocks and could therefore run hotter.

Personally, my GE's have VIDs of .962v and .987v. They normally idle around 38 C and load at ~70 C, so they stay well under the max safe temp. I can't imagine an MSI GTX 470 Twin Frozr II would run much cooler.
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Thanks TwoCables. To clarify, is the MSI 470 Twin Frozr the same as an unlocked 465 GE? I'm looking for temps, noise levels, and gpu pronz and with so many reviews of the 465 GE and so little of the 470 maybe I should be checking the reviews of the GE to find the info I need? Sorry if this is hijacking, but I'm assuming its not.
I apologize for that. I read it wrong because I'm extremely accustomed to reading about the GTX 465 Twin Frozr in here. So when I see "Twin Frozr" in this thread, I immediately start picturing the GE.

Anyway, the GTX 470 Twin Frozr is most definitely going to be better and even more stable right out of the box. It should also be able to get bigger overclocks due to being binned as GTX 470 instead of a GTX 465.

The performance of this particular Twin Frozr heatsink should blow you away. Plus it looks fantastic in person (even the nickel-plated version).
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wow at all the unlocks.
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Anybody experiencing artifacing in New Vegas? I'm going to try bumping up the voltage to see if that takes care of it.
I'm happy to say the 260.99's cleared up the artifacing, and fps drops I was experiencing. WTG nVidia, too bad they couldn't have gotten it right with the .89's, but I give them props for fixing their software within a week of the game's release.
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I'm planning on getting my Brother a 470 Twin Frozr on black friday. In a quick search for gpu pronz most results came up as the beautiful GE. I'm guessing MSI gave out the Golden Edition for reviews and not the 470's. Are these cards the same apart from copper vs aluminum? (unlocked GE of course)
That's a good plan, I think I might too, if by brother you mean other pci-e slot on my motherboard.
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Hi guys i could use your advice.

I can clearly state that my card is not as great as most of your cards. I personally think i have the worst card in this thread.

So far i can say that my card needs a lot of voltage , in order for my card to pull up the stock msi gtx 470 bios it requires 1.025 MV.

I finally started to overclock and see what i could came up with so far i got this results.

1.- 1.075Mv to pull 760 and 1740 when running OCCT my card reaches the high 80s C.

2.- 1.087 Mv to pull 780 and 1740 ( i think i could go higher) when running OCCT my card reaches 92 C.

I know Nvidia says this cards can support up to 105 C but i don't know if i really want to go there.

I have a good case with sufficient airflow.

What do you think of my temps are they safe ??? I am seriously considering going H2O just to keep my card cool but i really don't know if it is going to give me better results. I could also install a side vent on the door which can blow air directly to the card but i really don't know if it is going to affect my airflow.

Thanks for your time.

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Hi guys i could use your advice.

I can clearly state that my card is not as great as most of your cards. I personally think i have the worst card in this thread.

So far i can say that my card needs a lot of voltage , in order for my card to pull up the stock msi gtx 470 bios it requires 1.025 MV.

I finally started to overclock and see what i could came up with so far i got this results.

1.- 1.075Mv to pull 760 and 1740 when running OCCT my card reaches the high 80s C.

2.- 1.087 Mv to pull 780 and 1740 ( i think i could go higher) when running OCCT my card reaches 92 C.

I know Nvidia says this cards can support up to 105 C but i don't know if i really want to go there.

I have a good case with sufficient airflow.

What do you think of my temps are they safe ??? I am seriously considering going H2O just to keep my card cool but i really don't know if it is going to give me better results. I could also install a side vent on the door which can blow air directly to the card but i really don't know if it is going to affect my airflow.

Thanks for your time.

Shremi
Your temps are safe, I believe they are right around where reference gtx470's are though. With this card's heatsink, you should be seeing lower temps than that even @ those voltage's. Mine got up to 77C with those clocks @ that voltage after 20 minutes of OCCT, and I got 11 errors, so i wouldn't even say my card is stable at that point.

My card can't go much past 750 on the core, and 1700 on the memory @ any voltage i've tested, so if you think yours could go higher than 780 @ 1.087v, I would say it's at least better than mine. You just gotta get those temps in check.

I remember you saying you replaced the stock TIM, what were your temps like before you did that? Are they higher now? It could be that you used too much/too little TIM, or the Scythe TIM isn't very good. Also, what did you use to remove the old TIM, I would recommend some artic clean, or high isopropyl alcohol. You may want to think about getting some Shin-etsu, and reapply. I haven't done anything to my card, and it's cooler than yours, even with your case probably having better airflow than mine.
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