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Okay

Now what's the difference between the MSI hawk and the Twinfrozr II?
The Hawk has better VRMs (I believe), uses the Twin Frozr III cooler and allows you to overvolt the RAM and PLL, in addition to the GPU. It's better suited for overclocking, so to speak.
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Alright, I think I might go with the hawk
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I ended up going with a EVGA but if I could redo my choice I would choose twin frozr.. EVGA has an extremely good warranty policy while the twin frozr has very good temperatures. Both are great, the 560 ti itself is a good card as well. I dont think you can go wrong with either choice.
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Thanks
Found out that the Hawk is the Twinfrozr II but with heavier and more more performance
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My MSI Hawk is overclocked at 1040mhz so far. This is on air. No fancy watercooling. Heck of an OC if you ask me. So ultimately I would recommended the Hawk.

And keep in mind, MSI Twin Frozr's have the ability to use "Triple Over-Voltage". Without that, my max OC would have been 1000mhz. Probably going to go higher than 1040, I just haven't gotten around to it yet, been pretty busy.

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the best i think:

MSI 560 ti Hawk*
Core clock: 950 mhz
Memory Clock: 4200mhz
http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N560G...#?div=Overview

Calibre X560ti Lite / Calibre x560ti DF (both same performance)**
Core clock: 950 mhz
Memory clock: 4602 MHz
http://sparkletw.com/calibre/products/x560ti-lite/
http://sparkletw.com/calibre/products/x560-ti-df/

Gigabyte 560ti SO-950***
Core clock: 950 mhz
Memory Clock: 4580 MHz
http://www.gigabyte.com/products/pro...px?pid=3931#ov

*The best cooling out there with Twin Frozr III

**The different with Calibre Lite and DF version, is the Cooling type using,,
Calibre Lite using Artic cooling, Calibre DF using Cool Pro Single bearing Heatsink,,

***Gigabyte using WindForce 2X cooling,,

~i dont choose the 560ti 1000mhz version, because many card of 1000mhz version has many crash problem,,
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MSI GTX 560 Ti Hawk
MSI GTX 560 Ti TFII/OC
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