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Stock EVGA gtx 470 to superclocked help

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I have a regular EVGA gtx 470 which i wish to match the settings of the superclocked version. I am planning to get a superclocked version since its actually cheaper on newegg, and I want to put them in SLI. I believe they would work without matching the settings, but I want to anyways. What do I need to adjust and how do I go about doing it. Heres the specs on the cards:

Regular Card:
Core Clock: 607MHz
Shader Clock: 1215MHz
Effective Memory Clock: 3348MHz

Superclocked Card:
Core Clock: 625MHz
Shader Clock: 1250MHz
Effective Memory Clock: 3402MHz

Those are the only differences I saw in the specs
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The faster video card will downclock to match the speeds of the slower video card in sli.
    
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Thats what I'm trying to avoid, thus I want to up the speeds of the slower card to match the superclocked one
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Thats what I'm trying to avoid, thus I want to up the speeds of the slower card to match the superclocked one
In that case use either EVGA Precision or MSI afterburner to overclock the stock evga.

These programs are self explanatory as all you would need to do is up the core and memory clocks to match each other accordingly- then check for stability.

Unless you plan to do major oc's you usually won't need to do more than that.
    
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