Another review from HardwareCanucks, this time a pre-overclocked EVGA GTX 465. Still not worth to recommend, I guess ...There is no denying that the EVGA GTX 465 1GB Superclocked exhibits all the hallmarks of a great product that is backed up by a stellar lifetime warranty. Unfortunately, EVGA has been backed into a corner by the $280 starting price of a reference GTX 465 and ended up releasing a pre-overclocked card that can’t quite compete against a similarly-priced HD 5850. Granted, NVIDIA’s other technologies like CUDA and 3D Vision do add value to any card they release but CUDA now has ATI’s surging Stream to contend with and 3D Vision support requires yet more hardware to be bought. We just hope NVIDIA’s board partners can start finding ways to cut down the price of these cards because they could be exactly what people have been waiting for.