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Any reason going higher than 833/1666/1850 on a GTX 465?

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I have a GTX 465 that will do 850/1700/2085, but I don't know if I see any benefit after going beyond that point. As a matter of fact, some games seem to actually run a tiny bit 'laggier' if I set my speeds that high. I'm not having any temperature issues, highest temps being 74 C. GPU 49 C. PCB but I'm just curious... Is there some sort of speed cap with the GTX 465 cards? I seem to get way better performance out of 833/1666/1850 than if I try to push it higher than that. Any ideas?
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if you getting the "laggier" effect that means your not 100% stable. Increase the voltage a bit more.

But yes there is a benefit although it may not always be so clear.

Will help a lot if you fold.
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Try lowering the memory frequency. If the mem is not stable it will send the info back and will operate at stock. Thats how fermi work. Try to back the mem speeds abit and see if u still lag.
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