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Nvidia GeForce GTX 465 Benchmarked
Old 17 May 2010, 10:25   #1
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It's no secret that Nvidia plans to bring its Fermi architecture down to the mid-to-high-end space with the launch of a GPU that's cheaper than both the GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470, but it seems the upcoming card has made an appearance sooner than anticipated. Whilst we've been expecting hoping to see the rumoured card at next month's Computex, it seems Chinese website eNet.com.cn has already been hands on with a board it's calling the GeForce GTX 465.

Slotting in beneath the GTX 470, the upcoming card is said to feature the same GF100 Fermi core (pictured right), only this time with a little less punch. According to eNet's screen grabs, the card's core is clocked at a GTX 470-matching 607MHz, but it features three fewer SMs (Streaming Multiprocessors) - resulting in a reduction of stream processors from 448 to 352.

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Old 17 May 2010, 12:19   #2
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20% worse performance than GTX470, but please note that the score is biased cause it was ran with physics calculations which resulted in a better overall score.
I bet it will perform on ~HD5770 levels, however eating ~200Watt
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Old 17 May 2010, 13:35   #3
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i bet your maths are wrong.

infact i know they are.
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Old 17 May 2010, 14:31   #4
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The keyword here is Price, how much? 470 is about 350-370 USD, so this one should be arround 280-300 USD... hmm for that price one should also get a 5850, so far i think they could compete, if indeed eats 200Watts thats way too much! also i think the 5850 COULD be a bit faster... i would rather get the 5850, im done with nVidia for the attitude toward customers and the products we own.
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i bet your maths are wrong.

infact i know they are.
I know that you know, and always will know/say that NV is faster & cheaper & less power-hungry than ATi/AMD, even when the facts are showed right in front of your nose in the billboard-size
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I know that you know, and always will know/say that NV is faster & cheaper & less power-hungry than ATi/AMD, even when the facts are showed right in front of your nose in the billboard-size
LMAO
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Old 18 May 2010, 12:52   #7
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its got nothing to do with either of that.

you stated a specific Wattage, that is simply impossible to be given the decrease in active transistors.
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Old 18 May 2010, 16:18   #8
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Well, it says in the article 200W with a ? at the end, so we all asume thats the wattage, blame the article.
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Blame your lack of questioning.
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Blame your lack of questioning.
As I said earlier - a billboard-sized proof that you have no idea what you are talking about

Proof 1:
http://www.geeks3d.com/20100328/gefo...lugs-required/
Damien (from Hardware.fr) has done a test and under FurMark, the power consumption of the GTX 480 reaches 298 Watts

Proof 2:
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2010/...0_sli_review/7

Proof 3:
http://www.pcgameshardware.com/aid,7...eviews/?page=2
On heavy workload we recorded a maximal power consumption of 231 watt for the GTX 470 - more than the TDP of 215 watt. Even in Grid the GTX 480 exceeds its TDP by 16 watt and when running Furmark it even requires more than 300 watt. The loudness in 3D
mode is, with 7 up to almost 12 Sone, extremely high.


Proof 4: (Hey ! I can do it all day and feed you 80% of the whole internet as a proof )
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/N..._Fermi/30.html

Now the bottom line : Since GTX465 is a castrated GTX470 (two additional SM removed - similar as the 470 is to 480 with one SM removed) but same clock speeds as 470 I would assume that under heavy workload it will go up to as high as 200 Watt TDP.
Hopefully now NVidia doesn't lower their TDP ratings 'on paper' as it has done with 470&480.

Performance wise - I assume it is ~40-45% slower than the 480 (clocks and SM units-wise)
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