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Ok... Msi GTX 560 Ti 448 or the EVGA Ultra 448
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MSI if you are talking about the Twin Frozr design definitely.

If they are the same coolers, than get the EVGA cos it has better support for the US.
    
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I've been playing with my new (to me) Evga GTX 560 ti Classified and so far I have managed to run it 915/1830/1950 I haven't touched the Memory speed yet and it's @ 1.063 volts. Nice card, I can't wait to put it under water!
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Originally Posted by OverClocker55 View Post

Ok... Msi GTX 560 Ti 448 or the EVGA Ultra 448

People have had great results with both. MSI has the better cooler if you plan on staying with air. If you plan on WC the card, then you will not be able to get a full coverage block for the MSI.

I have not seen much on oc'ing with the EVGA ultras. The MSI so far, seems to be the bst of the cards wehn it comes to OC. I have seen people get upwards of 1ghz on the core. Highest I have seen with the EVGA cards is 950. This is on the regualr classy and not the ultra.

Personally, I love EVGA. They have great support and make great products.
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I've been playing with my new (to me) Evga GTX 560 ti Classified and so far I have managed to run it 915/1830/1950 I haven't touched the Memory speed yet and it's @ 1.063 volts. Nice card, I can't wait to put it under water!

Is this the 448 core card?
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Wish I had the money for a 2nd msi 448 right now. Oh well. I just got to keep telling myself " I will be satisfied with what I have and you do not need a 2nd card.".
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Wish I had the money for a 2nd msi 448 right now. Oh well. I just got to keep telling myself " I will be satisfied with what I have and you do not need a 2nd card.".

No, don't do that to your self. You deserve another card.
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Is this the 448 core card?

Yes it is.
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Yes it is.

That is really good oc. Keep pushing it. I have 2 of them. IS you WC that crad it takes the GTX480 waterblocks. Welcome to the club and make sure you get the sig. I think it is on page 3....
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No, don't do that to your self. You deserve another card.

Ok. You talked me into it, now to talk the wife into it thinking.gif
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