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I wouldn't get regular 560's I hope you would be getting gtx 560 Ti's which are pretty much the best mid range card.

Honestly mine aren't hot at all but thats because i have a side panel fan on my storm scout. Without the side panel fan my top video card would be running at 85-95c in bf3 after 15minutes!!! NOT GOOD.

So I put a side panel fan on my storm scout but this did increase the overall noise, it really drowns out all the other noise in my case though and I need a controller or a different case thats bigger allowing me to use the bottom pci x slot instead of only slot 1 and slot 3 i could use slot 1 and slot 4 for more room to cool them better.

You would need a side panel fan with that case to keep them cool just keep that in mind.
There isn't anything wrong with regular GTX 560s. There isn't that much of a dramatic difference especially if you can get the regular GTX 560s at a good price. If you read the specs (unless there is something I am missing) it only has a few more processore cores, slight more core clock and memory speed.
    
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There isn't anything wrong with regular GTX 560s. There isn't that much of a dramatic difference especially if you can get the regular GTX 560s at a good price. If you read the specs (unless there is something I am missing) it only has a few more processore cores, slight more core clock and memory speed.
The GTX 560 compares with the AMD 6870.

The GTX 560 & 560Ti are both on a tuned GF114 GPU, 7 SMs, 32 ROPs, 512KB of L2 cache, 1.95B transistor count and 1GB of GDDR5 on a 256-bit memory bus both with 336 processor cores.

The difference?

The GTX 560Ti compares with the AMD 6950.

The 560Ti improves a tad further and comes with 384 processor cores instead of 336. Has 8 SMs instead of 7 SMs. Lastly, the transistor-level changes to improve power efficiency and in turn allowed for significantly faster clock speeds.

Due to this extra bump it does well being heavily over clocked and keeps up with an unlocked 6950.

Hope this helps distinguish the difference a bit.
     
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The GTX 560 compares with the AMD 6870.

The GTX 560 & 560Ti are both on a tuned GF114 GPU, 7 SMs, 32 ROPs, 512KB of L2 cache, 1.95B transistor count and 1GB of GDDR5 on a 256-bit memory bus both with 336 processor cores.

The difference?

The GTX 560Ti compares with the AMD 6950.

The 560Ti improves a tad further and comes with 384 processor cores instead of 336. Has 8 SMs instead of 7 SMs. Lastly, the transistor-level changes to improve power efficiency and in turn allowed for significantly faster clock speeds.

Due to this extra bump it does well being heavily over clocked and keeps up with an unlocked 6950.

Hope this helps distinguish the difference a bit.
Appreciate the feedback. And it does clear it up. What are the percentage in performance though?
    
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Hopefully it is a SLI connector.
Seems to be exactly like this one: http://www.ebay.ie/itm/NVidia-Long-F...item3ef72a0c10
and according to the manual the board comes with a SLI cable and a 3 way SLI cable.
So it should be good.
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Hopefully it is a SLI connector.
Seems to be exactly like this one: http://www.ebay.ie/itm/NVidia-Long-F...item3ef72a0c10
and according to the manual the board comes with a SLI cable and a 3 way SLI cable.
So it should be good.
Try it. If it dosent work you'll know. It won't hurt it. All you can do is give it a try.
     
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