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I've tried to search for the answer to the settings for this video card but I have not been able to locate any good ones so far.

I am using MSI Afterburner.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
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post #2 of 13
Sorry if you're looking for 'specific' settings, but I'd say you're best to just fiddle around with the card clocks yourself, see what works and what doesn't. Every card will be different, and if you find some settings and try them out, they may not work without added voltage. It could be the other way around, you could have an extremely good card that runs high clocks on lower voltages, but it's all random.
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I would think some people would know of the Core, Shader & Memory Clock Settings along with the Core Voltage Settings to give me an idea on what to use at least a starting point to at least try.

I've seen postings for other cards just not this one but I'm sure there are other people who have overclocked this card also & know what settings will work. There are probably posts already with this information that I am just missing in fact I know I remember seeing one thread on here of how to overclock these cards in general awhile back but I'm not sure where it went. I had some settings I was using for awhile but they failed on me.

I'm not sure what was wrong so I just reset it back to default. I'm a newbie when it comes to this.

The settings I was using before that worked, & would pass 3DMark03 but not 3DMark06,
were Voltage 1087, Core 881, Shader 1762 & Memory 1848.
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Doesn't anyone have a GeForce GTX 465 SC 1GB that can help me with overclocking settings I can use on mine that might be a little more stable then what I have been using?

Or anyone else for that matter?
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Isn't there a thread anyplace with setting for this card like there are for some of the other ones on this site that someone knows of?

I tried to go to the owners thread but it was closed.

If no one here knows what settings to use on this video card is there another site or link someone can recommend where I can find them?

Or can someone with experience tell me at least what I need to adjust with my settings to make them better or more stable?

I've always been able to get good advice on here in the past & would really appreciate it.

I went back to using the only settings I knew of that worked awhile back since I really haven't seemed to have problems with them except when I tried to benchmark with 3DMark06. I don't think I really have had any other problem except them.
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OCing graphics cards is an insanely easy process in MSI.

Download your favorite benchmark program. I use Unigine Heaven 2.1 because it's really easy to notice problems.

Crank your voltage all the way up to 1.087.

Now start cranking up your core/shader speed by 10 MHz at a time.

Run the benchmark program. If you see any blocking, artifacts, bright flashes etc you need to dial the speed back down to its last stable setting.

Once you've determined the max core/shader start working on the memory in the same way.

That's pretty much all there is to it.
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post #7 of 13
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First of all thank you so much for the reply. I am using MSI Afterburner & I downloaded Heaven awhile back when I read it was one of the recommended programs to use with testing this.

My voltage is currently set at 1087 so I have that right at least.

When you say 10 MHz at a time I take it you mean from the default setting of 625 MHz?
Or can I do something to check it where it's at now at 881 MHz & go up or down from there?

So if my Memory is at 1848 now I need to set it back to 1620 & not move it up till after I have the Core & Shader set?

The other thing I always read about but never understood was this part about artifacts. I don't understand what an artifact is or how I am supposed to see one or what this means. You've helped because you are the first person that I've seen mention bright flashes but I'm still not exactly sure what I am looking for and/or wanting or not wanting to happen.

You are saying I keep going up till this happens & then back down till this goes away, right? So that means I have to run the benchmark program after each 10 Mhz change?

I guess I'll notice what you are talking about when I see it now that you explained the bright flashes.

I really appreciate this information. Rep +++!

Thanx!
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Artifacts can be a number of things from Textures Flashing, to colored lines, even a single or group of pixels that are off color and flashing-- Basically anything that should not be on or in the pictures (Abnormalities).

The easiest way to check for artifacts or errors while OC'ing your GPU is to use either Evga's OC scanner and or OCCT GPU scanner. Both come with Error checking and will tell you in real time if there are errors (Artifacts).

EVGA OC Scanner: "Need to be logged in to download"

http://www.evga.com/articles/00530/

OCCT:

http://www.ocbase.com/perestroika_en/index.php?Download


Some Benchmarks will not accept a given overclock that others will except. You will need to tune for each individual Benchmark or find a happy medium that will run all of the benchmarks that You want to run without having to adjust for each benchmark.
Edited by XxBeNigNxX - 2/23/11 at 8:52pm
post #9 of 13
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Thanks XxBeNigNxX, for helping explain about the Artifacts to me.

I do have the EVGA OC Scanner already installed since I was told to use that to monitor temps. I never noticed the Artifact Scanner before though

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Originally Posted by XxBeNigNxX View Post
Some Benchmarks will not accept a given overclock that others will except. You will need to tune for each individual Benchmark or find a happy medium that will run all of the benchmarks that You want to run without having to adjust for each benchmark.
Ah, So just because 3DMark06 failed doesn't necessarily mean there is anything wrong with my settings if I passed 3DMark03 & have others also?
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post #10 of 13
i got a gtx465
840/1680/1800 is all that i can do with this card. u should also run an hour test to ensure that it is stable just because it can pass a certain test does not determine stability. stability>oc results cause why play when your stuff crashes right?
http://www.gpureview.com/gpureviews-...ticle-853.html
Edited by snitzle_iii - 2/24/11 at 9:50am
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