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No I saw it, that's actually why I posted that so he would have a counter point to yours. I've seen way too many people complain about the cooling and noise of that card and then try unsuccessfully to find an aftermarket cooling solution for it. FYI EVGA OC Scanner trips the over current protection on your card which will throttle it's clocks down to 405Mhz, making it a useless test in terms of stability, temperature, and power draw.
I'm sorry but that last part of OC scanner is not true. I never sit and look at the same image when I'm benching my card. When I get my new tubing tomorrow and I get my rig up and running I will post screenies of it. I have already found an aftermarket cooler for air and about five or so full cover waterblocks.
     
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What does sitting and looking at the same screen have to do with anything? I didn't say the card idles due to inactivity in OC scanner, I said that it trips the OCP because it's defined as a power virus by Nvidia.
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Threres nothing wrong with a KFA2 570, I got one when they were just released, it overclocks very well and has been used flat out (1.1v) most days since last christmass . . .

But I just suppose its brand preference, I got a KFA2 one as their european RMA centre is in Britain so it would be easy if i wer eto have a problem.
    
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What does sitting and looking at the same screen have to do with anything? I didn't say the card idles due to inactivity in OC scanner, I said that it trips the OCP because it's defined as a power virus by Nvidia.
You said that the card will throttle it to 405MHz and it would make it a useless test. EVGA OC Scanner shows all the clock speeds on the image screen when stress testing/benching the card
     
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"Real-time clock monitoring does not show the changed clocks" from the same article I linked you too above. If you still don't believe me I've got plenty more links that back up what I'm telling you, but if you don't believe me after reading that article then it might not be worth trying to show you more proof because you might not want to believe that either. So you can choose to either believe me or not, but if you choose not to believe me then do a little research on OCP and the 500 series yourself and see what you think.
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ok i got it down to the

KFA2 cheap and chearful Uk RMA centre 2 year warranty and good aftermarket cooler
PNY better known,
EVGA - 10 year warranty, better brand, comes superclocked.

Does overclocking using software void warranties?
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"Real-time clock monitoring does not show the changed clocks" from the same article I linked you too above. If you still don't believe me I've got plenty more links that back up what I'm telling you, but if you don't believe me after reading that article then it might not be worth trying to show you more proof because you might not want to believe that either. So you can choose to either believe me or not, but if you choose not to believe me then do a little research on OCP and the 500 series yourself and see what you think.
I will respect your opinion and links but I have my personal experience. Enough of this argument. Fair enough?
     
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ok i got it down to the

KFA2 cheap and chearful Uk RMA centre 2 year warranty and good aftermarket cooler
PNY better known,
EVGA - 10 year warranty, better brand, comes superclocked.

Does overclocking using software void warranties?
OCing software will not effect your warranty.

Sorry for double post I couldn't fit both in the same post
     
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I will respect your opinion and links but I have my personal experience. Enough of this argument. Fair enough?
I'd say more of a disagreement, if I was arguing then I would have won by now. But yes I've got no problem respecting your opinion.
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I'd say more of a disagreement, if I was arguing then I would have won by now. But yes I've got no problem respecting your opinion.
Ok back on topic. OP almost any 570 would be a good choice. I chose EVGA because of the 10 year warranty I got with it.
     
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