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The Gigabytes have a lot of problems with them drying after a week and being DOA. Don't get them. If those are the prices, go for the ASUS Direct DCII (not the TOP). The other cards aren't worth the extra money, plus ASUS has good customer service should you need it.
One more thing I would like to ask. Is it worth waiting a few more days for the GTX560 non-titanium cards?

Btw, thanks for all the help guys!
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One more thing I would like to ask. Is it worth waiting a few more days for the GTX560 non-titanium cards?

Btw, thanks for all the help guys!
No. The normal GTX 560 is a lower performance version meant to fill the $150-200 range. Remember that the GTX 460 is being replaced. Ti=higher performance.
    
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No. The normal GTX 560 is a lower performance version meant to fill the $150-200 range. Remember that the GTX 460 is being replaced. Ti=higher performance.
Great : ). Thanks for all the help mate!
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Great : ). Thanks for all the help mate!
No problem.
    
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