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Best Version Of GTX 570

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I am kind of a noob in the graphics card section, but managed to pick the card that I think will work for me and fit in my budget. The Nvidia GTX 570

Now there is just the question ... Which one?
I have looked for the right card, but what I found, did not answer my question. So I desided to ask for help. Two large requirements:

- Not sounding like an airplane, but great cooling
- Reliable and long lasting, even if oc a bit

Thanks for the help.
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The best? MSI GTX 570 Twin FrozR III
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i would go for an msi too..

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The best? MSI GTX 570 Twin FrozR III

This!

Amazing and quiet cooler, w/ a non reference pcb and more vrms.
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TF2 is by far the best, coolest and overclockable (is that a word? :L)
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Yes, it seems the MSI TF III is the way to go, due to the superior cooling and dual slot design. I also recomend the Asus DCII version if you can spare 3 slots. I have the Asus version and it runs really cool
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So if a have three slot available i should go for the Asus?

And also what your favorite GTX 570, independant of my requirements smile.gif
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So if a have three slot available i should go for the Asus?

And also what your favorite GTX 570, independant of my requirements smile.gif

If you have the space for it, the Asus is the quietest and provides the best cooling.
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