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post #21 of 37
Isn't it the same size as the twin turbo pro? I have that now and it only takes up 2 slots...
post #22 of 37
Everything I've seen tells me the actual cooler itself is two slots so then attached to a card makes for a three slot card. That applies to the one you have too, I'd take a closer look at it.
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post #23 of 37
I just did :-) and its covering 2 slots exactly. And I just checked the AC website and the new turbo 2 is actually a tad smaller in all aspects then the turbo pro so it will be an even smaller footprint in your case. Now if I could just find out when its due out. I also want an evga all black gtx 560 ti, but they seem to be brown now. I hate a brown pcb..
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Is that your board? You're saying you could fit a card in the second gray PCIe x16 with this TT pro in the first PCIE x16?
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post #25 of 37
No :-) What I mean is it would cover those 2 grey slots. I was thinking it was only 2 slots...
post #26 of 37
Yea that makes it a three slot card/cooler combo. I do really like that cooler but you just need to know that you wouldn't be able to SLI or CF with two of those cooler on your current mobo.
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post #27 of 37
Yes welcome to my world , yes I could drop my 2nd card to the bottom of my case, but well i'm greedy and want X16/X16, so I removed my EVGA card's shroud and put it in the top slot, makes a ton more room for the fan to intake air, then strapped a GT AP-15 to my HDD cage pushing air at my cards.
Here is a pic of the shroudless card, but before my fan came in so you won't see that
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removing that dropped gaming load temps on the top card a good 15C.
    
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Thanks juano for your advice. I might go with the 580 afterall. How's the temperature, noise... etc? Also, when will it drop in price and by how much? And I'd like to be set for the next 3-4 years or so. No game will use over 1,5gb vram by then?
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post #29 of 37
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Juano, what about strictly these two?

2 580? or 2 560 ti?

How much is the performance difference between these two?
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post #30 of 37
I don't know, somewhere around 30-40%. The big difference though is you seem to want more than 1Gb of VRAM, which isn't a bad idea (wanting more than 2Gb at 1080p is though) and on the 560ti you pay a hefty price premium for the extra VRAM (getting the 2Gb is much more expensive than a 1Gb 560ti) and nothing else, just more money for more VRAM. With the 580 like I recommend you pay more yes, but you also get both more performance and more VRAM. I really would just be getting a single 580 to start and then see how you feel after having that, you likely won't need a second one.

For you're general temp/noise questions read some reviews but they shouldn't be bad at all. As for price dropping it'd depend on how long until you pick up the second, if you just wait a month or 2 then probably only another $10 or so, if you wait 6 months they may be down to $350, then in 8-10 months after Kepler (the next Nvidia GPUs) come out they may be down to around $300. That's why I'm telling you that you ought to just buy one now, because it's very likely that will be more than enough for you, then buy a second only when you are actually becoming unhappy with the performance a single 580 can give you.

Also try not to double post (twice in a row with less than 24 hours between them) you can just edit your first post with the new questions.

Oh falcon I saw that EK is going to make a full block for the 570HD if you'd like to know, I would still not recommend the 570HD though.
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