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Well in that case, the Asus 560 Ti I've seen can overclock slightly better then the Gigabyte one, however the Gigabyte one does run slightly cooler and quietter then the Asus (at default settings).

The noise and temperatures are slightly negligible making me recommend the Asus over the Gigabyte 560 Ti then.
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http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...yte-msi-8.html
There you go, Hardware Canucks did a comparison between four of the famous versions of the 560 Ti's on the market, the Asus Direct Cu II, the EVGA Superclocked, the Gigabyte Super Overclock and the MSi Twin Frozr II.
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The ASUS GTX 560Ti DCUII if it was up to me, solid build quality parts. It's a two slot card which is great for SLI.

Not that I know of any issues with Gigabytes SOC. The Gigabyte 560 SOC got a '9' review from Maximum PC this month for being on par with most 'Ti's', & quite fans. The fans are a little bigger and may be an issue with SLI. Not postive though.

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The Gigabyte one you linked is actually now obsolete. They have replaced it with a 2nd revision which has a better cooler but requires and 8 pin and a 6 pin. Which can only mean its more stable and better than the original or they wouldnt ship it...

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/prod...px?pid=3931#ov
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Originally Posted by wongwarren View Post
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...yte-msi-8.html
There you go, Hardware Canucks did a comparison between four of the famous versions of the 560 Ti's on the market, the Asus Direct Cu II, the EVGA Superclocked, the Gigabyte Super Overclock and the MSi Twin Frozr II.
according to this the SOC is far Superior to the others.( in everything only in temps the MSI was cooler(the coolest) but I guess the SOC was also on higher clocks...)


the ASUS one did the worst on overclocking even tough it may just be the sample they got that wasnt as good...

but the SOC I can buy prove itself to work on 950 MHZ and the ASUS one only on 830MHZ the price is about the same... a 950MHZ factory oc will more likely reach 1000MHZ if I am lucky enough


but with all the ad onions here on GB SOC I am affried to get it :S
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