I saw that on SD, but people are saying it runs hot and loud compared to the GTX 460 (either variant).Well, there's 1GB GTX 465 for $168: http://slickdeals.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2211854 .. potentially unlockable into 470 ...
Not sure if these are shipped already with the Evga
Well, there's 1GB GTX 465 for $168: http://slickdeals.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2211854 .. potentially unlockable into 470 ...
Wow, I am VERY suprised I got in on a deal. I'm usually one of the guys posting how I just missed out or got screwed up with a CC or payment and such. Here it is rollin along @ 775/1550/1800. Just ran 3D06 and banged out a nice 23000+ with the temps topping out @ 66c. Fan speed only bumped up to 47% (40% stock) Not too bad considering my CF5770 just ran 25000+ not more than 30 min before this pass.
Thanks to the OP for a good find. Sorry goes out to the guys who missed out.
He said 5770 X-fire.
I STRONGLY recomend changing the TIM on these cards. Mine had more then enough for three cards.
Its very easy, only 4 screws to take off the whole HSF. Only tricky part is how sticky the paste they use is, so wiggle 1-2 degrees for a minute, then use a screw driver or something pointy to gently push the pieces the screws go in to on the back of the card. Should pop off after one of them comes loose. Dropped 5C using Gelid GC2.
WTF no audio over HDMI??
Is this 2010 or 2001?
Obviously, shame on me for not doing my research before buying this card (my decision making process took a total of about 18 seconds when I saw this deal, lol).
But it can't be that electrically complex to do the same SPDIF routing procedure nvidia has done on many of their cards in the past.
I'm pissed, now I'm going to have to figure out a different way to get audio to my HDTV.
Before you freak out you should do some research. Install the latest WHQL drivers 258.xx they include the physx and hdmi audio drivers. The latest betas 259.xx do not include those.
You think nvidia wouldnt include HDMI audio in one of there latest releases?