For sale is a MSI GTX 465 Gold Edition card Flashed with a Super Overclocked GTX 470 bios this card runs at the 700/1400/1650 at very low voltage. If memory serves the overclocked bios sets it at default of 700/1400/1800 and voltage of 1.063v. This card will run at 700/1400/1650 at 1.0v so you can lower the voltage a bit with afterburner. I think the overclocked bios is set so high to allow for higher upper limits on overclocking but the ram setting is a bit high for this card, but all that can be lowered no problem in Afterburner. Also this card will do over 800+ / 1600/ 1650 at 1.063v 24/7. Again the memory on this card needs to be lowered because the unlocking bios is set too high. However, the ram makes very little difference in performance. I am the original owner and it is in mint condition. It runs as fast or faster than a 560 TI 448 core and just about as cool because of the copper cooler. It is a lot faster than a GTX 460, GTX 560 or Gtx 560 TI 384 core. I had zero trouble maxing Skyrim and several other games with this card. I'm asking 130.00 shipped CONUS. FYI I have had it about 3 months. Also when I say mint I mean perfect condition and not a mark on it. Here is my heat http://heatware.com/eval.php?id=64195 I want to clarify something, this card will game, no problem, even at the default setting that the Super Extreme unlocking bios sets the card at. The clocks I am posting are for OCCT stress testing which is the most demanding GPU stresser there is. For gaming this card will go a bunch higher than 800/1600/1650 and will not error heck MSI does not even use OCCT because they say it is way above anything a card will really encounter. OCCT has killed many a OCed video card and blown many a PSU. So when I say stable clocks I mean it. Since you asked I popped it in this is the clocks the unlocking bios sets the card at This is the lower end of what it will run at OCCT stable and you can work from there This is what I gamed at Skyrim/ OCCT 24/7 I turned the fan up a bit but it is fast at this setting.