Originally Posted by 2010rig
I'm still on the fence.
How happy are you guys with your MSI Twin Frozr II Gold Edition that have successfully unlocked to a 470?
I can get one for $240 Canadian, or a true 470 for $300 Canadian, or I can wait and see what the 570's bring to the table.
My primary use will be for Video editing in Adobe Premiere, after I got my 460, I found out that 2/3's of the CUDA cores were cut out of the 460 for the hyper compute performance.
"For GF104, NVIDIA removed FP64 from only 2 of the 3 blocks of CUDA cores. As a result 1 block of 16 CUDA cores is FP64 capable, while the other 2 are not. This gives NVIDIA the advantage of being able to employ smaller CUDA cores for 32 of the 48 CUDA cores in each SM while not removing FP64 entirely. Because only 1 block of CUDA cores has FP64 capabilities and in turn executes FP64 instructions at 1/4 FP32 performance (handicapped from a native 1/2), GF104 will not be a FP64 monster."
Without writing an essay, all I can say is that I'm EXTREMELY happy with mine. I have absolutely nothing negative to say about it whatsoever.
Originally Posted by Oxford
I copied and pasted working links. I'll download the pix and attach them.
Also, you guys may want to lap the base.
The next time you copy links, don't copy the text of a truncated link because that just copies that truncated text, not the actual full address. Instead, right-click and choose Copy Link Location or Copy Shortcut (if you have Firefox or IE, respectively).
The reason why vBulletin hyperlinked the ones you pasted is because they meet all of the criteria to be automatically hyperlinked. But it doesn't check to see if there's truncation (like "...").