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Hm with a 70% Fan on Kombustor like 80's
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post #12 of 23
You can mod your bios using nvflash and increase your voltage limit to 1.2v. It takes like 5 minutes to do.
    
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post #13 of 23
That's decent. I'd say under 90 is comfortable, under 100 is safe.

Maybe stay at that voltage and see how high you can get stable
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I tried 750/1500 Its stable But for some reason as soon as i touch the ram it goes unstable -.-
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post #15 of 23
That could just be the nature of the beast, sounds like you're getting your money's worth with this card

I mostly fold so I don't care about mem clocks myself, not sure how much it helps gaming.
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post #16 of 23
Memory clocks have a minimal affect on gaming as well. You most likely won't see visible gains from raising your memory clock 100Mhz like you would your core clock.
    
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post #18 of 23
Found this thread while just pushing my card today to see what the max voltages are for the GTX465. You guys keep saying just push it till it won't let you go any higher but is there a designed maximum like the Intel chips give .9v to 1.2v?

I really having trouble understanding why the video card can crash an OS. I have my GTX465 running at 824 Core 1648 Shader and 1895 memory clock but as soon as I push the core over 830 I get a instant blue screen. I'm watching EVG OC Scanner and it shows no detection of artifacts right before that blue screen. Whats with this glass ceiling?
    
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What are your voltages?
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i just set mine to 1.087 which is the max afterburner allows and everything is fine. i have 2 470s and 1 465 folding for me and it is working perfectly fine that way.
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