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Yeah i know, Im defiantly getting the 560 within a couple of weeks but should i get the EVGA or nVidia reference?
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Yeah i know, Im defiantly getting the 560 within a couple of weeks but should i get the EVGA or nVidia reference?
Almost never pick the reference ones. They tend to use bad coolers compared to the aftermarket (EVGA, ASUS, Gigabyte, Sapphire, MSI etc) ones.
Unless there is a good reason like the HD 6950 that can be flashed to a 6970, never buy the reference.

EVGA is your way to go !
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...Tpk=560%20hawk

Go with that, ~$265, OC'd out of the box at 950MHz, cooler is fantastic. I own one and love it. You wouldn't regret picking one of those up.
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Yeah i know, Im defiantly getting the 560 within a couple of weeks but should i get the EVGA or nVidia reference?
EVGA hands down in my opinion over Nvidia reference.
     
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you don't have asus p8p67 pro mother board so you can't sli gtx 560ti in future regular asus p8p67 support only crossfire btw.
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you don't have asus p8p67 pro mother board so you can't sli gtx 560ti in future regular asus p8p67 support only crossfire btw.
You may think so but apparently this board can be easily tricked into allowing SLI to work, in the future i may be getting another 560.

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...Tpk=560%20hawk

Go with that, ~$265, OC'd out of the box at 950MHz, cooler is fantastic. I own one and love it. You wouldn't regret picking one of those up.
The EVGA model has a 950Mhz No OC, and a little higher memory clock.
EVGA it is!
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You may think so but apparently this board can be easily tricked into allowing SLI to work, in the future i may be getting another 560.
I wouldn't rely 100% on that .. Sometimes the BIOS hack doesn't function as it should. Sometimes it fails, and you're stuck with a GPU you cannot use.

Just a note.
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I wouldn't rely 100% on that .. Sometimes the BIOS hack doesn't function as it should. Sometimes it fails, and you're stuck with a GPU you cannot use.

Just a note.
Yes this is also a problem so maybe i'll stick with the one GPU for now and when i want a FPS rise i will just upgrade my GPU unless i have a different mobo.
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Yes this is also a problem so maybe i'll stick with the one GPU for now and when i want a FPS rise i will just upgrade my GPU unless i have a different mobo.
Sounds like a good choice.
In any case, you GPU will probably last a few years, depending on your needs.

Good luck with it !
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