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  • 72% (16)
    EVGA Hydro (normal or classified)
  • 27% (6)
    Different 580 with water block
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post #21 of 45
For me, I would honestly say get the regular 3 gb version with your choice with or without water blocks.
I say this because:

1. Yeah you have the ease of use from the get go, but remember if later on down the road you decide to finally SLI, you might not be so lucky at finding another one.

2. All other blocks ALL are within 1~2c from each other as others have said above however if you do go with the card and separate block option if you do need to RMA for any reason you'd have to send the card back with the stock heatsink.*which could be a pita. That said, this option will cost a little more.

3. Pretty much all reference 1.5 and 3 gb cards from all companies offer the same kind of performance *some overclock more than others**, only thing to consider is warranty and how they go about it. I've always bought EVGA but living off the continental U.S I've would have to take an extra step just for my RMA's to go through. So take into account on how companies do these procedures.

4. Future games will get more hungry on the memory side of things, and until we can just get a card that we can "upgrade" memory then get the higher memory cards. *my cousin and I were discussing this option for future cards, like how motherboards have RAM slots..I think it would be cool
Then you got all these triple slotted cards or cards with after market coolers which IMO are good and all but if you do decide to water cool them, you'd have to get a specialized block for them as they're most likely not reference, which would cost more to you.

Again if you have the cash and taken the above considerations into account with water cooling and you're DEAD set on water cooling. I suggest the EVGA Hydro card, if you decide to RMA it you don't have to take anything apart just disconnect the tubes/fittings jam it into the box it came with and off it goes.*not saying you would need to RMA, but things happen.

That is all I have to say about choosing the right card.
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Then defiantly get the water cooled version no sense in having your cpu under water if your gpu isn't.
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I like the idea of having the block already on, it is a nice piece of mind and now i guess it comes down to the descion of do i get the classy or the hydro copper???



i know 1.5 and 3 use the same but it was more like if i had sli classy i dont know if i would have the power connectors for it btw for all your work Rep+

Brings me to my next point i will be getting a evga card but now do i get the classified or the hydro copper??? classified is nice because you will be able to push it far.. but it does use more power (connectors) thanks for everyone's help so far. but please dont stop
Np. I was in the same situation and there were no answers. I personally like the Hydro. It will also overclock high. Remember that you can throw as many power phases as you want, but if the GPU can't do it, it won't do it. That being said, with more power phases you would get cleaner power, so it should hit higher clocks with the classy. If you want to be sure, go with the classy since the price difference is not that big at all. Just remember you need 4 8pin and 2 6pin for 2 classy's, the max my friend's HX1000 had.

The classy was really made for LN2 cooling. But it's still amazing for water. I am just unsure of the block used on the classy. It should be fine since it's their top of the line card.
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post #24 of 45
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For me, I would honestly say get the regular 3 gb version with your choice with or without water blocks.
I say this because:

1. Yeah you have the ease of use from the get go, but remember if later on down the road you decide to finally SLI, you might not be so lucky at finding another one.

2. All other blocks ALL are within 1~2c from each other as others have said above however if you do go with the card and separate block option if you do need to RMA for any reason you'd have to send the card back with the stock heatsink.*which could be a pita. That said, this option will cost a little more.

3. Pretty much all reference 1.5 and 3 gb cards from all companies offer the same kind of performance *some overclock more than others**, only thing to consider is warranty and how they go about it. I've always bought EVGA but living off the continental U.S I've would have to take an extra step just for my RMA's to go through. So take into account on how companies do these procedures.

4. Future games will get more hungry on the memory side of things, and until we can just get a card that we can "upgrade" memory then get the higher memory cards. *my cousin and I were discussing this option for future cards, like how motherboards have RAM slots..I think it would be cool
Then you got all these triple slotted cards or cards with after market coolers which IMO are good and all but if you do decide to water cool them, you'd have to get a specialized block for them as they're most likely not reference, which would cost more to you.

Again if you have the cash and taken the above considerations into account with water cooling and you're DEAD set on water cooling. I suggest the EVGA Hydro card, if you decide to RMA it you don't have to take anything apart just disconnect the tubes/fittings jam it into the box it came with and off it goes.*not saying you would need to RMA, but things happen.

That is all I have to say about choosing the right card.
I agree with this. A couple of points to add on top are:

1. You're guaranteed an IHS with your cards going with a Hydro Cooled card unlike the unfortunate people in this thread:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...lock-help.html

So if you decide to change the block, for whatever reason, down the line, you'll be in good shape.

2. The Classified are made particularly for high overclocks, which also translates to higher power draw as well. Therefore, you would need a beefy power supply to truly realize their full potential. If the point is to keep them stock, or push mild overclocks on them, then you're better off saving the money (as small as the difference is) and applying it somewhere else, like your watercooling setup.
     
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Originally Posted by v1ral View Post
For me, I would honestly say get the regular 3 gb version with your choice with or without water blocks.
I say this because:

1. Yeah you have the ease of use from the get go, but remember if later on down the road you decide to finally SLI, you might not be so lucky at finding another one.

2. All other blocks ALL are within 1~2c from each other as others have said above however if you do go with the card and separate block option if you do need to RMA for any reason you'd have to send the card back with the stock heatsink.*which could be a pita. That said, this option will cost a little more.

3. Pretty much all reference 1.5 and 3 gb cards from all companies offer the same kind of performance *some overclock more than others**, only thing to consider is warranty and how they go about it. I've always bought EVGA but living off the continental U.S I've would have to take an extra step just for my RMA's to go through. So take into account on how companies do these procedures.

4. Future games will get more hungry on the memory side of things, and until we can just get a card that we can "upgrade" memory then get the higher memory cards. *my cousin and I were discussing this option for future cards, like how motherboards have RAM slots..I think it would be cool
Then you got all these triple slotted cards or cards with after market coolers which IMO are good and all but if you do decide to water cool them, you'd have to get a specialized block for them as they're most likely not reference, which would cost more to you.

Again if you have the cash and taken the above considerations into account with water cooling and you're DEAD set on water cooling. I suggest the EVGA Hydro card, if you decide to RMA it you don't have to take anything apart just disconnect the tubes/fittings jam it into the box it came with and off it goes.*not saying you would need to RMA, but things happen.

That is all I have to say about choosing the right card.
WOW thank you so much for putting the time in which you did into this reply!!! You have definitely opened my eyes on these questions and I will take them into account. The only thing i have to ask is why might I not be so lucky finding one? Other than that, great post Rep+ you deserve it

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Then defiantly get the water cooled version no sense in having your cpu under water if your gpu isn't.
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Np. I was in the same situation and there were no answers. I personally like the Hydro. It will also overclock high. Remember that you can throw as many power phases as you want, but if the GPU can't do it, it won't do it. That being said, with more power phases you would get cleaner power, so it should hit higher clocks with the classy. If you want to be sure, go with the classy since the price difference is not that big at all. Just remember you need 4 8pin and 2 6pin for 2 classy's, the max my friend's HX1000 had.

The classy was really made for LN2 cooling. But it's still amazing for water. I am just unsure of the block used on the classy. It should be fine since it's their top of the line card.
Hmm i have atm a AX850 so i will have to take a look at what type of power i can get out of that... also what did your friend end up getting?

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I agree with this. A couple of points to add on top are:

1. You're guaranteed an IHS with your cards going with a Hydro Cooled card unlike the unfortunate people in this thread:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...lock-help.html

So if you decide to change the block, for whatever reason, down the line, you'll be in good shape.

2. The Classified are made particularly for high overclocks, which also translates to higher power draw as well. Therefore, you would need a beefy power supply to truly realize their full potential. If the point is to keep them stock, or push mild overclocks on them, then you're better off saving the money (as small as the difference is) and applying it somewhere else, like your watercooling setup.
your right that i would need a beefy power supply but in saying that if i do ever want to get more than one i may have to buy one anyways... my goal with these cards too is to be able to push them to the max so i dont have to upgrade for a while, and the only upgrades being is SLI

Again srry for double post but just need to talk to everyone... kind of an important topic for me
    
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Hmm i have atm a AX850 so i will have to take a look at what type of power i can get out of that... also what did your friend end up getting?



your right that i would need a beefy power supply but in saying that if i do ever want to get more than one i may have to buy one anyways... my goal with these cards too is to be able to push them to the max so i dont have to upgrade for a while, and the only upgrades being is SLI

Again srry for double post but just need to talk to everyone... kind of an important topic for me
My friend wanted the hydro's since it allows him to get a possible third if needed with his power supply. But he is getting neither. By the time we organized what we wanted and it was time to pay, they were sold out in Canada. Tigerdirect.ca had them but at $140 more and we were like 'NO WAY'. Keep in mind that these cards are limited run. They make a few and that's it. So if you plan on getting one in the future to SLI, it might be hard, even if you look for a used one.

Instead we used some (small part since these cards aren't cheap) of the money to beef up the water cooling setup and wait for GTX 680 Hydro copper's to come out sometime at the beginning of next year (based on leaked news here and there).
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My friend wanted the hydro's since it allows him to get a possible third if needed with his power supply. But he is getting neither. By the time we organized what we wanted and it was time to pay, they were sold out in Canada. Tigerdirect.ca had them but at $140 more and we were like 'NO WAY'. Keep in mind that these cards are limited run. They make a few and that's it. So if you plan on getting one in the future to SLI, it might be hard, even if you look for a used one.

Instead we used some (small part since these cards aren't cheap) of the money to beef up the water cooling setup and wait for GTX 680 Hydro copper's to come out sometime at the beginning of next year (based on leaked news here and there).
ahh now i have to think about GTX 680 Hydro's now too... well does anyone have any info on these? i know they are unreleased but anything that was leaked perhaps?
    
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ahh now i have to think about GTX 680 Hydro's now too... well does anyone have any info on these? i know they are unreleased but anything that was leaked perhaps?
There is no info on them. Nvidia cards should be out beginning next year, so we are speculating that the hydro's shouldn't be much longer. Again this is not known.

He just doesn't want to spend $1700 on gpu's to have the new ones not "too" far away.
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There is no info on them. Nvidia cards should be out beginning next year, so we are speculating that the hydro's shouldn't be much longer. Again this is not known.

He just doesn't want to spend $1700 on gpu's to have the new ones not "too" far away.
good point but the price of these new ones could very well be around $1000 for one i could guess... maybe a tiny bit less idk anybody?
    
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