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What i would really like to know is how are these cards compared with some true 470s.

Am i missing something here ?? these cards run much more cooler than reference 470s and they overclocked pretty good IMO.

So i guess maybe the true 470 can get better clocks, but higher temps?
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What i would really like to know is how are these cards compared with some true 470s.

Am i missing something here ?? these cards run much more cooler than reference 470s and they overclocked pretty good IMO.

So i guess maybe the true 470 can get better clocks, but higher temps?
Essentially. Most reference 470's have the ability to hit higher clocks, but they are limited by their temps, which increase rapidly as you increase voltage.

Our card, on the other hand, typically needs higher voltage to hit the same clocks as a reference 470, but it will do the same clocks at lower temps all the time.
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What i would really like to know is how are these cards compared with some true 470s.

Am i missing something here ?? these cards run much more cooler than reference 470s and they overclocked pretty good IMO.

So i guess maybe the true 470 can get better clocks, but higher temps?
With a reference GTX 470, the chances are better that you'll get a really good overclocker. With our GTX 465s flashed to 470s, the chances aren't as good.

But of course, ours run significantly cooler because of the Twin Frozr II. So, I see it as a trade-off: I'd rather have the lower temps, the bling, and the bragging rights of having a limited edition GTX 465 that is a fully-functioning GTX 470. Plus, I enjoy cleaning the interior of my computer a little more now because every time I pull the card out, I stop what I'm doing and stare at it for a couple of minutes while also admiring the sheer weight of it.
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They seem to overclock pretty well. Mine are at 850/1700/1850.
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IMHO the method of the PEA on the center eliminates the human part of spreading the TIM.

I am not saying the spread method will always fail, since i used it for both of my cpus and both are running with great temps. But when you use this method there is a slight possibility of creating air pockets. I had to learn the hard way that the spread method isn't the best at all.

Again thanks to everyone who had the patience to bare with me. I am going to try gaming heavily with my card and see if my overclock fails in the games.

A little off topic but I think i am falling in love with my new card. It is so nice to never see your temps go above the 75ºC, with a decent overclock and a decent voltage.


I think i had a terrible card but naaahhh all it needed was a little tweaking and some love .

Thanks to everyone on this thread who helped me.

Shremi
Hey, congrats on getting your card running cooler/more stable. Glad to hear you got this sorted.
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They seem to overclock pretty well. Mine are at 850/1700/1850.
same with mine...
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What are you guys getting for GPU scores. At the same overclock I am getting 20K for a GPU score on the default 3dmark settings.

Temps are mid 60C with 27C idle at 1.1V.

I run my fans at 100% all the time, since my computer is in the basement and not where my monitor and keyboard are, so I do not hear them.








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same with mine...

Edited by crayneogeo - 11/10/10 at 12:58pm
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[quote=crayneogeo;11279975]What are you guys getting for GPU scores. At the same overclock I am getting 20K for a GPU score on the default 3dmark settings.

Temps are mid 60C with 27C idle at 1.1V.

I run my fans at 100% all the time, since my computer is in the basement and not where my monitor and keyboard are, so I do not hear them.








Edited by _556_SIR_DRIP - 11/10/10 at 5:26pm
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crayneogeo: _556_SIR_DRIP has two of these cards in SLI.
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