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Thinking about getting a new card soon and strayed from getting a 6850.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121425&cm_re=560_ti-_-14-121-425-_-Product
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130610&cm_re=560_ti-_-14-130-610-_-Product

Would it be better to get the Asus card because of the twin fans. they are both overclocked the same at 900mhz. Asus one might cost me $5 extra but worth anything if that fan truly helps if you ever wanna push your clock.

Anyways let me know what you guys think. And will eventually be doing SLI in the future once i upgrade some components. but for now I think i meet the Minimum specs for the gtx 560 ti. my OCZ 500W (Psu has 2, 12v Rails @ 18Aea Making me have 36amps across the rails making it fine for one gtx 560 ti i suppose correct? anyways if anyone can confirm that i don't need another PSU right now thanks. and input on my card choice would appreciated as well thanks guys!
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The asus card is loud, and the evga card is hot. I've actually owned both personally. If you were going to get an aftermarket heatsink, definitely go with the asus. If your a watercooler, then go with the evga. Really, both these cards need their stock cooling replaced.

Personally, if I was to buy a 560 again, I would go for the msi hawk. Awesome card in and out.
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The asus card is loud, and the evga card is hot. I've actually owned both personally. If you were going to get an aftermarket heatsink, definitely go with the asus. If your a watercooler, then go with the evga. Really, both these cards need their stock cooling replaced.

wow really appreciate your fast reply man, but im not sure how much that helps me lol. I mean i wont be trying to press it past stock OC to far so ASUS would Be the way to go or is there another Card that i should spend my $250 on. From benchmarking standpoints and what i play .... DIRT 2/3, black ops, waw,l4d2,etc... the 560 ti is doing real well price point to performance wise right?
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I would go for the msi hawk. Awesome card in and out.

was thinking about the MSI one to its probably got more room to manuever those clocks cause there cooling on the hawks are better huh and there clocked at 950mhz out of the box and i just looked its $255 in my cart at newegg. that is the best deal . Might have to go MSI hawks man. Thanks will put more thought into it and let ya'll know how that goes this wednesday should be making my purchase for sure.
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This eVGA model represents the best value available on a GTX560 Ti on NewEgg right now: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130604

The reference design works VERY well - Running cool and quiet relative to many other cards in its performance segment (I'm looking at you, HD6950 tongue.gif)
$230 - $210 A/R = A solid price for a GTX560 Ti with a mild factory OC.

Most reference GTX560 Ti models should be able to attain core clocks surpassing 950Mhz, too.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by staryoshi;13594642 
This eVGA model represents the best value available on a GTX560 Ti on NewEgg right now: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130604

The reference design works VERY well - Running cool and quiet relative to many other cards in its performance segment (I'm looking at you, HD6950 tongue.gif)
$230 - $210 A/R = A solid price for a GTX560 Ti with a mild factory OC.

Most reference GTX560 Ti models should be able to attain core clocks surpassing 950Mhz, too.

I had a little bit of a bad experience with my reference 560. My evga was an SC, and it was awful. I think it had a stock vid of 1.075v, and it did not run very cool at all. It usually maxed out at like 86-87c. But, I have to give it credit, it remained almost inaudible until about 89-90c, then the fan speed ramped up significantly.
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I had a little bit of a bad experience with my reference 560. My evga was an SC, and it was awful. I think it had a stock vid of 1.075v, and it did not run very cool at all. It usually maxed out at like 86-87c. But, I have to give it credit, it remained almost inaudible until about 89-90c, then the fan speed ramped up significantly.

I'm two-for-two on reference GTX560 Ti's. There are lemons here and there, but they are spread out across all manufacturers, brands, and models.

Side-note, my Sparkle model has a stock VID of 0.987v. wink.gif
    
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Not sure how loud the Asus is compared to the eVGA, but... I can't hear my Asus, and it stays super cool at 64 under load at 950MHz @1.050v
    
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Originally Posted by staryoshi;13597009 
I'm two-for-two on reference GTX560 Ti's. There are lemons here and there, but they are spread out across all manufacturers, brands, and models.

Side-note, my Sparkle model has a stock VID of 0.987v. wink.gif

Some people just get all the luck. tongue.gif

Me personally, I just got my best nvidia card yet with my evga 580 I have now. Stock vid of 1.013v, and reaches pretty nice clocks on air. Can't wait to put this baby under water with a voltage ceiling of 1.15v. biggrin.gif
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Not sure how loud the Asus is compared to the eVGA, but... I can't hear my Asus, and it stays super cool at 64 under load at 950MHz @1.050v
The reason you can't hear your asus is because the temps aren't high enough yet. Wait till that thing hits about 73-75c. The fans go completely nuts after that.
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This eVGA model represents the best value available on a GTX560 Ti on NewEgg right now: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130604

The reference design works VERY well - Running cool and quiet relative to many other cards in its performance segment (I'm looking at you, HD6950 tongue.gif)
$230 - $210 A/R = A solid price for a GTX560 Ti with a mild factory OC.

Most reference GTX560 Ti models should be able to attain core clocks surpassing 950Mhz, too.

hmm yeah you do have a point if i didn't wanna spend another $20 on Stock OC or MSI hawk, i could just get the EVGA 560ti priced matched loclly for that $229 and save a little it might be kinda nice. but i think the $20 more for ordering the hawk online might be worth it but idk if i wanna wait to game on my f'in pc any longer lol.
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