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Hi i wondering if there any big difference since im building a good pc to play online poker and gaming as well a little.If i got for the TI would recommend me taking Asus or Evga?Thanks

Evga gtx 560 = 189.99$ -15 rebate card

Evga gtx 560 ftw = 229.99$ -15 rebate card

Asus ENGTX560 TI = 254.99$

difference?
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It would really depend on what type of games you'll be playing, but the 560 Ti is worth the extra price over the 560. The 560 has less shader cores and you'll be taking about a 15% performance hit.

If you're in the U.S., I would recommend something like this 560 Ti Twin Frozr II. It's a good deal at $225 after rebate. That said, ASUS and EVGA are also fantastic brands. You can't go wrong with either of them. What is your budget?

Also, can you fill out your system specs? That way we can see what kind of hardware you're working with to avoid any bottlenecks, power issues, etc.
Edited by Faraz - 8/1/11 at 10:44am
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thanks for advice and no im from Canada frown.gif here is the specs on pc i wanna order probably tomorrow.I will use stock cooler since i will try some little Oc on the cpu but not that much.I buy higher power supply to maybe in the future be in SLI but not sure

case:Cooler master haf 932
hard drive: samsung f3 1tb and an OCZ ssd 60gb
cpu: i5 2500k
motherboard: gigabyte Ga-z68ma
ram: hyper x 2x4 gb 1600 9-9-9 1.65V
graphic card: for the moment..Asus ENGTX560 TI
Power supply: Antec high current gamer 750W (+12V1@40A)
Reader/writer: LG Blu ray Drive (writer for anything else except bluray)
monitor: 24 inch Asus VE248H

total price with shipping and taxes 1446.12 Canadian Dollars is in my budget.
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That ASUS is a great choice too. I don't know where you're buying from, but Newegg has it for $234.99 in case you're paying more.

Your PSU will be more than enough for SLI in the future. That's a good build.

If you do want a good, relatively inexpensive cooler, the Hyper 212 Plus would allow you a decent amount of overclocking.
Edited by Faraz - 8/1/11 at 11:00am
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post #5 of 11
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All stuff from newegg.ca motherboard,cpu,ram,ssd come together. The asus engtx560 ti on newegg.ca is 254.99$ so..dont really have the choice tongue.gif But does Evga will be better or we dont even care just pick the ti one ? tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Imgen1us;14425621 
All stuff from newegg.ca motherboard,cpu,ram,ssd come together. The asus engtx560 ti on newegg.ca is 254.99$ so..dont really have the choice

Don't get that one. Get the one I linked to (it's also from Newegg.ca). It's cheaper and the DCII designs overclock very well. No point paying $20 more for a higher factory overclock for a card with such a good cooler.
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post #7 of 11
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the one you link me on .ca is 229.99 + 11.49 shipping and for the cpu cooler what could be the difference.

stock cooler oc cpu max: ?
Hyper 212 oc cpu max : ?

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post #8 of 11
No, I mean this ASUS for $234.99:

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121424

It seems the ASUS you're talking about is this one for $254.99 (plus $12 shipping). It's a waste to pay over $30 more for the factory overclock when you can get the one I linked above and overclock yourself.

As for OCing, I'm not familiar with Sandy Bridge voltages and temperatures, but the 212+ will far outperform the stock cooler and allow you to overclock a good bit. I'm sure plenty of people here are using it and they'll be able to give you more specific numbers.
Edited by Faraz - 8/1/11 at 11:50am
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post #9 of 11
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oh right probably the stock version since i can overclock it a little its fine thanks the msi is almost the same price and review are very good.Want me to go with asus or msi now?
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post #10 of 11
Completely your preference. They're both solid cards that overclock well. You'll probably find that more people will suggest the Twin Frozr.
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