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I havent claimed much anything here. Im just going to leave this thread alone, the OP was not thinking about those he was asking from. I hope you enjoy the next thread you make about having OCN try to justify you buying a vga for you.
What now? Making no sense wat? o.O Am very confused by this comment...
     
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What model does the box that the card came in say it is? I rest my case...

It's a GTX465 unlocked to a GTX470 not a true GTX470

GTX470's don't need unlocking

Just like ATI 6950's when flashed to 6970's are still 6950's...


My post just went over your head.
Too complicated for you to understand.

Lets make it simple.
MSI makes 470 pcb's.
They take the "bad" ones out of the bunch, and allocate them for 465 GE boards.
Then they slap a 465 BIOS on there to disable hardware features on the card.
The GE have 10 ram chips and the exact same PCB as a 470, because it is a 470 just the bios disables cuda cores and two ram chips and make the 470 run as a 465.

If anything you have it backwards. 465GE should be considered a 470 with a 465 bios on it.

Fanboy much?
Get over yourself and stop trolling.
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My post just went over your head.
Too complicated for you to understand.

Lets make it simple.
MSI makes 470 pcb's.
They take the "bad" ones out of the bunch, and allocate them for 465 GE boards.
Then they slap a 465 BIOS on there to disable hardware features on the card.
The GE have 10 ram chips and the exact same PCB as a 470, because it is a 470 just the bios disables cuda cores and two ram chips and make the 470 run as a 465.

If anything you have it backwards. 465GE should be considered a 470 with a 465 bios on it.

Fanboy much?
Get over yourself and stop trolling.
As far as I was told, The Golden Editions were purposely made to be unlocked as every single one made managed to unlock. o.O If I didn't know better, I'd say MSI took perfectly fine GTX 470s, took two ram chips off them, and installed a 465 bios. Pretty sure that's what happened.
     
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post #64 of 79
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As far as I was told, The Golden Editions were purposely made to be unlocked as every single one made managed to unlock. o.O If I didn't know better, I'd say MSI took perfectly fine GTX 470s, took two ram chips off them, and installed a 465 bios. Pretty sure that's what happened.
I'm pretty sure too. Something close to that.
They took a 470 and put a 465 bios on it. So it is really a 470 disabled to a 465. Not a 465 with a 470 bios, as the pcb's are exactly the same.


Tell that to antuk15, its like telling a brick wall to move out of your way.
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post #65 of 79
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My post just went over your head.
Too complicated for you to understand.

Lets make it simple.
MSI makes 470 pcb's.
They take the "bad" ones out of the bunch, and allocate them for 465 GE boards.
Then they slap a 465 BIOS on there to disable hardware features on the card.
The GE have 10 ram chips and the exact same PCB as a 470, because it is a 470 just the bios disables cuda cores and two ram chips and make the 470 run as a 465.

If anything you have it backwards. 465GE should be considered a 470 with a 465 bios on it.

Fanboy much?
Get over yourself and stop trolling.
Your sig says you have a GTX465 that's unlocked...

And I'm trolling? CHeck you out in the ATI section...
post #66 of 79
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Originally Posted by antuk15 View Post
Your sig says you have a GTX465 that's unlocked...

And I'm trolling? CHeck you out in the ATI section...
my sig says 465 unlocked 470.

not just 465.

Yes you are trolling. and you got proved wrong.

Stop trying to argue over something stupid. my 465 is a 470 pcb with a 465 bios put on it.
You have it backwards.
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post #67 of 79
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my sig says 465 unlocked 470.

not just 465.

Yes you are trolling. and you got proved wrong.

Stop trying to argue over something stupid. my 465 is a 470 pcb with a 465 bios put on it.
You have it backwards.
EXACTLY, it's a 465 unlocked to a 470 and not a card that was SOLD as a 470..
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I would say - if GTX 470 is priced just a little bit compared to HD 5850, get the GTX 470, since it's much better in tesselation, but in DX10 games and older one, they perform close to each other. GTX 470 is slightly better than HD 5850 when playing DX11 (sometimes it may be significant). However, HD 5850 shows better thermal performance and consumes less power.
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I could have sworn that the 470 = 5850.
The GTX 470 is in most cases just as good as a HD 5850.. Some times better, some not. (Mostly by like 2-3FPS +/-)
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Originally Posted by nagle3092 View Post
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/7155...vs-nvidia.html

Heres a review of the 6870 which is better than the 5850 and the 470 and 6870 trade blows.
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2010/..._card_review/1


470 wins

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Most of the time you can see the 470 pulls ahead. The 470 even beats the 6950 sometimes. Thats 10 wins for the 470 and 6 for the 5850. At the end of the day its your money so you will decide but I think the 470 would be the better choice.
Wowza. How did you get those GPUs to get that many FPS on UT3? I thought there was a cap limiting it to only 60fps.
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