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2 460s do not walk all over a 580. its exactly on par. stock for stock.
You forgot 150$ less , can you go 200Mhz over stock core speeds without using extra voltage then afterburner allows? I can.
    
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You won't need a 1000w PSU for SLI on either cards lol, a quality 850w would do the job very well.

If your content on getting keplar then why not just get another 460? Are you looking to go straight into SLI?
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Overclocking 570s is fine. Look at mine for example. Only a TFII (because TFIIIs were out of stock when I was ordering) but completely stable at 1.1V, 900core, 2200mem. Close enough to stock 580 performance for 150 bucks less. I can play Crysis 2, 1080p, DX11, everything on extreme (apart from shading which is on ultra otherwise I get weird problems) @ 50fps on every single multiplayer map. I'm sure it'll be able to handle BF3 quite well too, not max it out, but run it quite well.
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Ill order a 1000w psu because i don't kno the power consumption of two keplar.


I won't sli my 460 because i already sold my actual rig.


I won't oc the gtx 570 thats why i'm getting a brand new vanilla for 328$.

Also. The CM silent pro gold 1000w isn't breaking my bank at all haha.
http://www.directcanada.com/products...e=COOLERMASTER

I use ncix with pricematch on directcanada's prices.


EDIT: i want the gtx 570 clasified from EVGA, but it's only available at NewEgg actually... Hope NCIX would get some of theses great card
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Just a word of warning, I would think twice before going with an EVGA 570. When I was looking around for mine I heard some of the EVGA 570s (especially the HD versions) had bad heat issues and some of them actually fried at stock. I'm only trying to be helpful, but if you are planning on picking up a vanilla card for $328, why not spend almost the same amount of money and get something much better, which is pretty much guaranteed not to have heat issues (and you could overclock safely if you wanted). This particular 570 does have the improved VRMs so it would be a lot less risky if for say BF3 you wanted that little bit of extra performance. And even if you don't want to overclock, it will sure as hell run cooler than an EVGA or vanilla card.
NCIX - http://ncix.com/products/?sku=59238&...nufacture=ASUS
DirectCanada - http://www.directcanada.com/products...nufacture=ASUS
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OP you'll be fine with either card. I originally had a 6870 that I sold to upgrade to the 570, which I then Stepped Up to a 580 and to be honest I haven't thought of looking back. The 580 runs the same OCs at the same temps or lower all while producing a good FPS more.

I find it weird that my SINGLE 580 wasn't any hotter than my single 570 and in some cases it was cooler while needing more volts for the same OC. I chalk it up to a better vapor chamber as someone has mentioned it is slightly modified in order to allow more volume if I'm not mistaken.

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You underestimate the 560's power but if your going to get a GTX570 check this link if you plan to Overclock it: LINK

With my two regular GTX560s I can run Crysis 2 maxed out with the DX11 Tessellation Patch and High Resolutions Patch. I maintain 60 FPS throughout 97% of that game with those settings.
Here we go again with someone trying to justify their lower end purchase by claiming all 570s are junk.

Keep in mind most of the cards were from one vendor which could relay the fact that they might have just been a bad batch.

Before copy and pasting that link all over the place perhaps you should read the whole thread. Hell even look at the new name of the thread, you know where it says "No recent deaths, buy some 570's"?
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You underestimate the 560's power but if your going to get a GTX570 check this link if you plan to Overclock it: LINK

With my two regular GTX560s I can run Crysis 2 maxed out with the DX11 Tessellation Patch and High Resolutions Patch. I maintain 60 FPS throughout 97% of that game with those settings.
Theres nothing wrong with reference 570's. The people who fried there cards disabled the over current protection. I have 2 reference 570's and have them overclocked to 925 core at 1100mv, absolutely no problems.

With that being said, op I think your best bet would be to grab an open box gtx 570 from newegg. They can be had very cheap. I got mine for $275 a peice open box. Also, if you get 1 570 you can always add a second at a later date. And I dont know any video games that 2 gtx 570s in sli couldnt handle at 1080p. Probably overkill.
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lol @ anyone calling a 580 "future proof"
    
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Theres nothing wrong with reference 570's. The people who fried there cards disabled the over current protection. I have 2 reference 570's and have them overclocked to 925 core at 1100mv, absolutely no problems.

With that being said, op I think your best bet would be to grab an open box gtx 570 from newegg. They can be had very cheap. I got mine for $275 a peice open box. Also, if you get 1 570 you can always add a second at a later date. And I dont know any video games that 2 gtx 570s in sli couldnt handle at 1080p. Probably overkill.
Try playing The Witcher 2 with Ubersampling and regular AA still on. 580 SLi netted me like 18 FPS when I first stepped outside the tent in the very beginning of the game.
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Theres nothing wrong with reference 570's. The people who fried there cards disabled the over current protection. I have 2 reference 570's and have them overclocked to 925 core at 1100mv, absolutely no problems.

With that being said, op I think your best bet would be to grab an open box gtx 570 from newegg. They can be had very cheap. I got mine for $275 a peice open box. Also, if you get 1 570 you can always add a second at a later date. And I dont know any video games that 2 gtx 570s in sli couldnt handle at 1080p. Probably overkill.
I apologize I didn't mean to make it seem like the GTX570 was a bad Idea I was merely trying to suggest caution

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lol @ anyone calling a 580 "future proof"
Yeah I know, the term is really rather funny isn't it
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