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  • 26% (5)
    GTX 590
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    GTX 570s in sli
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post #11 of 13
570s. 570s may not have the most stable VRMs, but it is definitely not to be compared to the 590's overclocking capability.

Most 570s pretty much can hit 850 core. (with overvoltage) without blowing up.

590s on the other hand.... hmm

Only advantages are more VRAM for the 590, still I'd get 570 SLi
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Originally Posted by Durdle Class A View Post
570s. 570s may not have the most stable VRMs, but it is definitely not to be compared to the 590's overclocking capability.

Most 570s pretty much can hit 850 core. (with overvoltage) without blowing up.

590s on the other hand.... hmm

Only advantages are more VRAM for the 590, still I'd get 570 SLi
I would echo what most in here have said, that 570 SLI and 590 will be pretty much equal save for the 570s ability to overclock. But I don't think the difference would be worth it if you would have to sell your 590 for a loss, unless you are very unhappy with your 590.

Also to the person I quoted I just want to throw out that I previously owned a Asus DCII 570 that could only do 825Mhz stable @1.1v, I've also owned one that could do 865Mhz @1.1v so it is a lottery of course but I wouldn't say that 850MHz is all but guaranteed.
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Another vote for the 570's. That is if you can get a decent amount for your 590.
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