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hello !! I have a question about this particular GTX 570

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130684





I want to know if it have the reference desing...with those VRM problems

Its one of the cheapers GTX 570 out there, so maybe I will get one, but I want to know if its safe of those VRM problems

thanks !!
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hello !! I have a question about this particular GTX 570

I want to know if it have the reference desing...with those VRM problems

Its one of the cheapers GTX 570 out there, so maybe I will get one, but I want to know if its safe of those VRM problems

thanks !!
I do not think the GTX570 HD DS model has non reference VRM design.
First, if it has, then this 'important' feature must be mentioned on the box front and in the spec. But there is no such mention.

IIRC, EVGA has one (or two) GTX570 version which has beef-up VRMs. It is the Classified version.
Classified link: http://www.evga.com/products/moreInf...s%20Family&sw=

There is another one called HD Classified. See pic below. I am not sure if it is the same as Classified or a different version yet to be released.

Finally, regarding reference GTX570s, if you do not disable so-called built-in safety features and do not do extreme overclocking (>1.1v, say) , there is little to worry about frying the card.
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