"Today NVIDIA is unleashing the GeForce GTX 465! The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465 is their "entry level" DirectX 11 Graphics card. To be honest though, I am not real sure that an MSRP of $279.99 quite qualifies as "entry level". On the flip side of that same coin, the GeForce GTX 465 isn't designed to compete with the ATI "entry level" DirectX 11 graphics cards which can be found for as little as $44.00 at Newegg.com. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465 is poised to compete with the ATI Radeon HD 5830 and the ATI Radeon HD 5850. I suppose you could call it an "entry level" into the high performance DirectX 11 market. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465 is built on the same DirectX 11 architecture as the GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470, though it has undergone a few changes..."
FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS (http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1317/1/)
"With project Pandora Besi deals with a fundamental subject in extreme overclocking. If you want to overclock components as high as possible you need to keep a certain low temperature constant to get the best results. This is also the reason why at bench sessions it is useful to have a second person that looks after the cooling using liquid nigrogen. After some time the team finds reaches certain temperature levels where the system freezes. The first of these levels overclockers call the cold-bug. Once hit the cold-bug overclockers need to restart the system and run straight into the second problem: the cold-boot. The point defines the temperature level at which the system still boots. Usually it can be found about 20 Kelvin above the cold-bug. After the system restarted the team is looking forward to keep the temperatures as close to the cold-bug as possible."
FULL STORY @ SMARTSECTION (http://www.ocaholic.ch/xoops/html/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=267)