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i have the gigabyte version, and am very happy, heat wise.
fold all day on it, core clock of 900, it stays around 50c !!!! can push up to 58 on hot day,
so can recommend from experience, only problem i cant work out how to OC the bloody thing, cant turn the voltage up with afterburner !!
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You will not be dissapointed mate. The MSI will give you alot of good FPS and in some years if it lacks u can always SLI
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Thats the good thing about ASUS, the Smartdoctor software; they have voltage Tweaker, so its just a slider that can go up to 1.5V wich is good. And it was easy to clock, just slide to 1GHz and 1.112v and do many test to see if it was stable.
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People were only having problems OC'ing on the old (i believe it was) X58 MSI motherboards, a problem with the VRM if my memory serves me right
Ok now i see well then im happy with the msi card, as long as it doesnt get too loud.
i had the gigabyte gtx460 1GB OC and that was super quiet even under load and oced more. any idea's on how the 560 ti version is.
Doers any one have this card
GIGABYTE 1GB nVidia GeForce GTX 560 TI
Edited by James01ec - 10/22/11 at 7:49am
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ASUS has VRM heatsink, while others don't.

MSI runs cooler. My advice is to buy MSI and optionally get some low profile heatsink over VRM.
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Originally Posted by george_orm View Post
i have the gigabyte version, and am very happy, heat wise.
fold all day on it, core clock of 900, it stays around 50c !!!! can push up to 58 on hot day,
so can recommend from experience, only problem i cant work out how to OC the bloody thing, cant turn the voltage up with afterburner !!
Hey George are you running this GIGABYTE 1GB nVidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti

I have checked the review of 560ti cards that mad87645 posted a link too,
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...abyte-msi.html

and im wondering about this GIGABYTE Super Overclock 1GB GTX 560 Ti its already overclocked and seems to beat the 3 other cards ive suggested, right out the box too.
but my problem is, Y is it cheaper than the 900mhz version, is there a problem with it?

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Originally Posted by trumpet-205
ASUS has VRM heatsink, while others don't.

MSI runs cooler. My advice is to buy MSI and optionally get some low profile heatsink over VRM.
Also i would prefer not to have to do anything to the card, i dont mind overclocking but like i said the gigabyte soc is already at 1Ghz core clock and cheaper, but does it have reliability issues
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