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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130595

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130622

I know one is smaller and has an HDMI port, but the other comes with an HDMI adapter. Are there any performance differences? The one with the HDMI port has some reviews saying the fan sucks, but is that a big issue? Which one should I get?
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the only difference I found was the HDMI port.. how much does the second one cost?
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The second one is $10 cheaper
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The second one(HD version) uses a worse cooling solution. It's got the same system as the GTX 560Ti.

As to which you should get, neither of those. You are exposing yourself to higher risk of VRM problems with a reference GTX 570. Pick one of these bad boys up. It will be significantly cooler and quieter, and comes with 2 DVI, HDMI, and Display Port.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-432-_-Product
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The second one(HD version) uses a worse cooling solution. It's got the same system as the GTX 560Ti.

As to which you should get, neither of those. You are exposing yourself to higher risk of VRM problems with a reference GTX 570. Pick one of these bad boys up. It will be significantly cooler and quieter, and comes with 2 DVI, HDMI, and Display Port.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-432-_-Product
Valid point.

To the OP: Keep in mind ASUS 570 is a three slot card. Your mother board would allow you to SLI it later down the road in PCIe slot #1 & #3.

Question is on your case, if it allows room for that second card you might get down the road?

If you not planning on a second card then you have no problems.

If you can fit another ASUS three slot card in SLI without hitting bottom or PSU then your good to go.

If you can't fit another ASUS, you can always mix it with another two slot 570 by another vendor for SLI if you want as another viable option.

MSI GTX 570 Lightning is another solid choice as a two slot card, also no VRM issues.

As for your original question there is no performance difference. Both AR versions which is lifetime warranty. Both SuperClocked at 797MHz / 1594MHz. Only difference is as mentioned above. This help any?
     
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Avoid the 570 HD (the cheaper one you call HDMI port) like the plague. It uses a inferior cooling solution, it will not fit aftermarket coolers, and you still have the issue with the weak VRMs. The first one you mentioned, the regular 570 superclocked non HD, isn't a bad choice if you don't plan to overclock but if you do want to overclock there are better options.

Arizonian the card you linked is not a 570 Lightning, they don't make a 570 Lightning, that's just a 570 TFII which still uses just the reference PCB so 4 powerphases for the core. The only 570s available in the US that have better VRMs that would be suitable for overclocking that I am aware of are the ASUS DCII, the MSI TFIII PE, and the Palit Sonic / Platinum.
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