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This card has had a lot of vram issues, especially when it comes to over clocking. Never read any reports of issues with the MSI Twin Frozr and Asus DirectCU versions though, so probably best to go with one of those. Personally I'd go the Asus, but you might not have the space as it's a 3 slot card, in which case go the MSI
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MSI 570 twin frozr III. No need to consider anything else. I had a referance gainward 570 and it didnt compare in the slightest to the TFIII i now have. I cant believe how cheap they are as well for what they are.

The quietest 570, doesnt have the VRM issue and possibly has the greatest overclocking potential and its not far off one of the cheapest you can get.

Honestly if your getting a 570 then get this. Other 570's may as well not exist once this came out. Maybe the ASUS DCII but thats triple slot meaning no SLI on alot of boards.
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MSI 570 twin frozr III. No need to consider anything else. I had a referance gainward 570 and it didnt compare in the slightest to the TFIII i now have. I cant believe how cheap they are as well for what they are.

The quietest 570, doesnt have the VRM issue and possibly has the greatest overclocking potential and its not far off one of the cheapest you can get.

Honestly if your getting a 570 then get this. Other 570's may as well not exist once this came out. Maybe the ASUS DCII but thats triple slot meaning no SLI on alot of boards.
Great advice, totally agree.
 
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The Phantom looks great.

However, what's up with the huge power consumption? I wonder if this would increase much with overclocking (not voltage)? I'm sure my 750w PSU would be sufficent...
The Phantom uses 8 + 6 Pin PEG connector while a reference 570 only uses 6+6.

Your 750W PSU will be more than enough for the card.
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Get the Gainward Phantom, Asus Direct Cu II, Palit Sonic Platinum(not sure if vanilla or Sonic has 6 phase power) or MSI Lightning. Keep away from reference PCB's such as the MSI Frozr, EVGA, Zotac and Gigabyte.

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/9291...led-570-a.html

And don't bother with EVGA and their "warranty". For sure they'll send you http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-621-_-Product
that abomination if you RMA a reference.
I read up on the ASUS GeForce GTX 570 Direct CU II.

Really good power consumption, and pretty good temps.

It's around the same price as the phantom...Decisions
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