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DUDE I WAS IN THE SAME SITUATION AS YOU. Thought I got a good deal on Twin Frozr 465's; Got the regular version like yours
Nevertheless they overclock really well, mine went 880/2000 stable at 1087. But I might have burned something out because I keep getting errors in OCCT at 1087 volts, stock clocks, I'm currently RMAing
But yea, they're pretty silent at fan speeds around 55%, mid 30's idle, load is 60's? But yea, have fun - I also upgraded from a really outdated card (8500gt)
So I didn't waste my money....right?
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I also plan on folding with this.

Do you know if they sale 465 water blocks?
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Hey, I just noticed you are on a Raidmax PSU...
Be careful and good luck. I hope it doesn't blow.
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I have doubts about your card being able to unlock.
That said, it wouldn't hurt to check if the card you get has all 10 memory chips. If it does, test your luck.

As far as performance goes, you'll see a humongous difference.
I saw a big difference going from an 8800GT to it, and the 8800GT is a much more powerful card than the 4670.

The GTX465's are very good overclockers (on the core)
The memory can be overclocked to an extent, but it's nothing spectacular.
So I didn't waste my cash...ok
Is it true that it is just a hotter 460? So 10 vram chips = possible unlock. And isn't there a chance of bricking the card? AND do you fold with it? If so what PPD do you get?
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http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/179?vs=161


should be an awesome upgrade. I just picked a 3870 cause it was the most comparable.
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I saw a big difference going from an 8800GT to it, and the 8800GT is a much more powerful card than the 4670.
Not by too much.
4670 is nearly the same as a 3870, which competes with 8800GT.

That said, 465 would smoke crossfire 4670's without a second thought..

Nice upgrade.
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Not by too much.
4670 is nearly the same as a 3870, which competes with 8800GT.

That said, 465 would smoke crossfire 4670's without a second thought..

Nice upgrade.
The 4670 is closer to the 3850 and 9600GSO/8800GS

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...rd-review.html
http://www.anandtech.com/show/2616/7
http://www.elitebastards.com/index.p...=617&Itemid=28
http://tpucdn.com/reviews/HIS/HD_467...es/perfrel.gif
Edited by sLowEnd - 12/26/10 at 9:29pm
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So I didn't waste my money....right?
You're fine, I think I pushed my card wayyyyy to high, my own fault.
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So I already knew that my psu sucks so....i got this
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I also plan on folding with this.

Do you know if they sale 465 water blocks?
GTX470 waterblocks and coolers are compatible with GTX465
They are physically the same except for 2 less memory chips on most GTX465's.
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