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post #11 of 17
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@OP you can get Vanill or Classy ,just remember .. Classified will let you OC much higher and i think both have lifetime warranty
Classy is the way to go for some great oc fun

edit: Alice and Luke are right, all those horror stories about 570 dying due to vrm limitations may have been just some sort of bad batch. The reference 570 is no slouch and you can't go wrong with that one too. Though the classy will give you that extra edge. 1k core possibly???
Edited by wermad - 7/26/11 at 11:16pm
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If you are afraid of capacitor failure the problem is not with heat but the actual flow of electrons though the capacitors at high voltage.
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Classy is the way to go for some great oc fun

edit: Alice and Luke are right, all those horror stories about 570 dying due to vrm limitations may have been just some sort of bad batch. The reference 570 is no slouch and you can't go wrong with that one too. Though the classy will give you that extra edge. 1k core possibly???
what's up with that ..***pending change*** ? back to green..you have a nice dose of red drivers ?
    
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what's up with that ..***pending change*** ? back to green..you have a nice dose of red drivers ?
LOL, yeah, same love-hate relationship with the drivers as when I had my 4870x2 + 4870 triple xfire setup. I've been trying to sort it out for almost two months now . I've had enough, time go back to the green team and maybe stay there for good.
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I learn my lesson long time ago
    
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Just reviewed the video by evga of the classy card, it looks like they used the gtx 580 pcb and removed 2 ram chips. So i guess i'm sold on them. On another note, would going for a 1ghz core sli 570 probably be too much for a 750w. The only reason i went for sli 570's is because they are suppose to be usable on a 750w psu.
    
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Just reviewed the video by evga of the classy card, it looks like they used the gtx 580 pcb and removed 2 ram chips. So i guess i'm sold on them. On another note, would going for a 1ghz core sli 570 probably be too much for a 750w. The only reason i went for sli 570's is because they are suppose to be usable on a 750w psu.
Excellent

Your psu may be able to stand the load at those clocks, but I'm sure that won't be your 24/7 setup. So for some benchmarking goodness @ 1k should be ok. This card falls in between the reference 570 and the 580, Pheadrus recommends an 850w for sli 580s so as long as you don't keep this clock all the time you should be fine.
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