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which one of these is better?


I'm going to be putting it with a 2500k on a mini itx z68 board from zotac inside a SG07.
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I like this one:

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I'd go for the MSI Hawk due to the cooling and price.
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It really depends on what you are trying to do with the card.

The EVGA is great with lifetime warranty and comes overclocked. Very competitive clock speeds that get close to 570 ref stock. Great value and bang for the buck.

The MSI T-hawk is excellent for OC'ing on your own. Extremely quiet at high temps, excellent fans and cooling source for air. You will probably get better performance with this card if you overclock yourself, and it will run cooler then the EVGA.

I went with the EVGA 560ti SC. Out of the box nice performance with a little bit of headroom for extra OC'ing.
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In a SG07, I would get neither, as your gonna have quiet a bit of heat going all over the case.
You would want on that exhaust heat outside the case.
Newegg is cheaper for those cards.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130604
    
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the msi one by far.

the best cooling on it, overclocks great if needed and runs quiet.

stay away from gigabyte, nothing but problems. super overclocked version might be ok, but i generally dislike gigabyte
 
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It really depends on what you are trying to do with the card.

The EVGA is great with lifetime warranty and comes overclocked. Very competitive clock speeds that get close to 570 ref stock. Great value and bang for the buck.

The MSI T-hawk is excellent for OC'ing on your own. Extremely quiet at high temps, excellent fans and cooling source for air. You will probably get better performance with this card if you overclock yourself, and it will run cooler then the EVGA.

I went with the EVGA 560ti SC. Out of the box nice performance with a little bit of headroom for extra OC'ing.
don't forget the reference pcb and paying extra for overclock you can do yourself and average cooling

warranty is nice though i must admit
 
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post #9 of 10
The Hawk/TFIII is kinda loud so I went for the TFII... and it was cheaper.
Either way, you can't go wrong.
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If you would ever want to go water evga if not msi
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