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Got my Galaxy GTX465 today. Impressed so far. Questions:

Does anyone know if this card has a 1.0v cap or can I take it to 1.087 like I've seen in some 465 screenshots?

If you have a Galaxy GTX465, could you post your overclocks and maybe even a Vantage screenshot for a comparison?

Do these cards get to 800/1600/1800 on stock voltage (give/take)?

Can someone provide me with a link to the 265.xx Quadro drivers with modified INF file so I can upgrade my current 260.99 drivers? (Heard they were supposedly amazing?!)

Any tips on using MSI Afterburner? (I read a while back voltage slider can be unlocked with a possible edit to a file?)

Many thanks for help!
    
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I am not replying because you said "Many thanks and rep for help!". I would have replied anyway!

I'm not saying, "Blargh! Don't Rep me!!!". I'm just saying that it's not necessary to say "Rep for help". Doesn't it go without saying? Besides, it doesn't increase one's chances for receiving help. It just cheapens all replies because then it looks like anyone who replies is only trying to get a Rep out of you.

Heh. Anyway, moving on...

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Originally Posted by GanjaSMK View Post
Got my Galaxy GTX465 today. Impressed so far. Questions:

Does anyone know if this card has a 1.0v cap or can I take it to 1.087 like I've seen in some 465 screenshots?

If you have a Galaxy GTX465, could you post your overclocks and maybe even a Vantage screenshot for a comparison?

Do these cards get to 800/1600/1800 on stock voltage (give/take)?
The overclockability can be different from card to card. So the best thing might be to just overclock yours and see what it can do.

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Originally Posted by GanjaSMK View Post
Can someone provide me with a link to the 265.xx Quadro drivers with modified INF file so I can upgrade my current 260.99 drivers? (Heard they were supposedly amazing?!)

Any tips on using MSI Afterburner? (I read a while back voltage slider can be unlocked with a possible edit to a file?)

Many thanks!
I don't have a link to the driver, but I do have a way to unlock the voltage adjustment in Afterburner:
  1. Click the Settings button on the main interface (it's basically the bottom-center)
  2. In here, enable "Unlock voltage control".
  3. Also enable "Unlock voltage monitoring" in order to see the actual voltage in the graph over on the right.
  4. Click OK

But if you did that already and it's not working, then I'll wait and see if someone has the solution.
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I am not replying because you said "Many thanks and rep for help!". I would have replied anyway!

I'm not saying, "Blargh! Don't Rep me!!!". I'm just saying that it's not necessary to say "Rep for help". Doesn't it go without saying? Besides, it doesn't increase one's chances for receiving help. It just cheapens all replies because then it looks like anyone who replies is only trying to get a Rep out of you.

Heh. Anyway, moving on...


The overclockability can be different from card to card. So the best thing might be to just overclock yours and see what it can do.


I don't have a link to the driver, but I do have a way to unlock the voltage adjustment in Afterburner:
  1. Click the Settings button on the main interface (it's basically the bottom-center)
  2. In here, enable "Unlock voltage control".
  3. Also enable "Unlock voltage monitoring" in order to see the actual voltage in the graph over on the right.
  4. Click OK

But if you did that already and it's not working, then I'll wait and see if someone has the solution.

You're always helpful! And no one else has posted so I have no worries of cheap replies... yet.

I did do the voltage settings and I did overclock. So far I'm at 1.075v at 800/1600/1800, with great success and good performance. Hitting 15346 in Vantage (GPU Score). I will probably try to see if it'll go higher but currently I'm pleased with results!

I was also able to get a link from another member via PM for the drivers, and WOW! They're awesome (so far!)!

So I am happy, good purchase @ 149.99+FS+Mafia 2! Definitely rocks the socks against my GTX260!
    
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Originally Posted by GanjaSMK View Post
You're always helpful! And no one else has posted so I have no worries of cheap replies... yet.

I did do the voltage settings and I did overclock. So far I'm at 1.075v at 800/1600/1800, with great success and good performance. Hitting 15346 in Vantage (GPU Score). I will probably try to see if it'll go higher but currently I'm pleased with results!

I was also able to get a link from another member via PM for the drivers, and WOW! They're awesome (so far!)!

So I am happy, good purchase @ 149.99+FS+Mafia 2! Definitely rocks the socks against my GTX260!
So, is this driver compatible with the GTX 470?

And damn, nice overclock. My GTX 465 (which is actually a 470 now) currently seems maxed out at 765/1530/1848 using 1.100V.
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I really have to say, the 265.90 Quadro drivers work pretty damn well with my 465, I don't see why they should or wouldn't work with your 465(470)!

I can say that the performance and image quality is superb. If you want the drivers, I have the inserted INF in the directory for these to work, so I can 7zip 'em and send em to you if you want! Let me know! Or I can just send you the link as the INF file is pretty easy to find (included with the link). Actually, here: Nvidia 265.90 Quadro Drivers + INF

It's also suggested to install these after you already have 260.99 so you don't lose PhysX, or install PhysX after (also a standalone in the link) if you don't have it (I'm sure you do). PhysX isn't included with the drivers, but the drivers do contain Nview (desktop enhancement by Nvidia, I'm sure you've seen it/used it before) and an HD Audio driver (recommended to not install the audio driver as I guess there are reports of it causing problems).
    
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I kinda miss NView.

What differences have you seen that is causing you to say that the image quality is superb? You're kinda selling me on this driver!
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I guess it's either placebo or all I can say is it just looks better overall (games). Performance is excellent - I have a smaller screen 20" running 1680x1050 and BC2 on 'all high' DX11 8XCSAA w/ 16AF with FOV of 110 degrees (set to 86 in settings.ini) and I don't think it's dropped below 75 in any situations yet. Very happy. I'd have to do some real benchmarking of BC2 to be completely certain, but - awesome all the way around.
    
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Bah, scratch them. I seem to be having temperature issues. Going to revert to 260.99 and hope those issues are gone.
    
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