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@brettjv: I think it took me 1.065v to get 800/2000, but was able to jump to 840/2000@1.088v. I'm having trouble hitting 850 though. I've tried to 1.138v but still gray screens a few minutes into furmark. I might try lowering the ram speed a little bit and upping the voltage a little more. I wanted to hit 875 haha. Temps and noise are not bad at all. The fan becomes mildly audible at 62% or so. My normal gaming fan speed is set at 70%. Playing BFBC2 at these clocks, I hit a max of 67C last night.

When benching with Furmark, I have the fan at 90% (comparable noise to the stock 480 cooler at 75%). Getting max temp of 77C with my current setting. Very happy overall with this card. Even if this is as high as I can go, it's an unbelievable value
What was your stock vid and Bios? I tried 800/2000 @ 1.075 but got artifacts and didn't make it through. I am guessing that it's my Bios or my card just needs more voltage than yours.
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I'll be stoked if both mine will do 775/2000 at <=1.025V. That should put them around the perf of the stock SLI 480's I'm giving up, with a lot less noise and lower temps.

Whether or not they'll go another 10% faster with a bunch more volts, for my purposes, I really won't much care. +10% fps is never enough to change the game in any visible way, so ... I prefer cooler and quieter over pushing it to the limit. Except for the occasional benchmark

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What was your stock vid and Bios? I tried 800/2000 @ 1.075 but got artifacts and didn't make it through. I am guessing that it's my Bios or my card just needs more voltage than yours.
Definitely should try lowering the Mem. Not many 470's I've seen can do anywhere near 2000 on the memory when the core is OC'd that high.
    
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Man, my tracking last updated yesterday at 4AM. Surely it is out of Portland Oregon by now.
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What was your stock vid and Bios? I tried 800/2000 @ 1.075 but got artifacts and didn't make it through. I am guessing that it's my Bios or my card just needs more voltage than yours.
I actually didn't check my stock vid heh. I just flashed immediately to NVSpec81's modified bios in the first post. What's the highest clock you get at 1.0875v?


update: I was getting "slight" artifacting in games at 1.088v 840/2000 (Dirt 2, BFBC2), but not in Furmark. Upped the voltage to 1.1v and now all artifacting is gone
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Guys, I've got a cooling question. I'm going to be installing the two MSI GTX 465s on a Biostar TA890FXE next week. If I utilize full x16/x16 SLI, the cards will have no gap between them and they're probably going to run hot.

I recently modded my Antec 300 with a window and today I cut a hole in the window in preparation for these bad boys. My questions is, should I intake or exhaust from the side?

I currently have two yate loons on the front for intake, one Zalman ZM-F3 exhausting out the back and one Antec tri-cool fan exhausting out the top.

I'm thinking the best bet is to use the side as an intake to supply the cards with more cold air. Would this be better than using the fan as an exhaust and removing the hot air from around the cards?
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I would use the side as an intake. As a matter of fact, I do, not with the same case, but!

Yes, cool air blowing on the cards, up and out when it's hot, it works.

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http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...ered-here.html
Refer to #6 in this thread for more info. You may need to use fan controllers to manage the amount of airflow you are getting in/out to make sure you have the pressure you want.
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Yes, use the fan on the side of the case as an intake. Your gfx cards will thank you for it in the temperature department.
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Side glass fans should usually be intake, thats how I have one GT setup on my CM Scout. I think it as an exhaust would probably ruin your airflow depending on how high up the exhaust is, you want exhausts to be higher up in the case and in the rear/rear top.
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Ugh, I thought the 465's I ordered would be here Monday but they will not be here until Tuesday. I guess I can wait another day

Looks like people are getting pretty good OCs with these cards
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How much PPD you guys reckon a high clocked gtx 470 will real in? I might get into some folding since I have a nVidia now.
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