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I have two (448s) in SLi, play on Ultra. Love it.

Get 70-120fps on 64 player servers. I love it.

Gets hot though. 85c. I have a profile to turn the fans up when I play BF3.
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bf3 1920x1080p
meduim settings on everything and AA off. Also AA Post on High and Filtering set to x16. The HBOA Thingy is turned to off

Either way, the 570 has the better ratings. At 10 bucks more, I bet it will OC really well. I still say get the 570. Hell, I love SLI get 2 of em. The 448 cores would give about the same performance though the 570 should still edge out at max over clocks. I love my 448s, but would have got the 570 if they were priced the way they are now. I would look at 3d mark and compair scores of the 570 OC'ed VS. the 448 core OC.
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I will have to keep a eye on the new keplers and see how how they do. Might have to jump ship and upgrade if the price is right.
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I already know about Frozen.cpu. and NewEgg i shop there all the time and the answer to rest of you guys, get the 6tx 680. It's worth it because it has a FRAME RATE booster. Enough said. Go check their promotional videos on the tube.
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If you already have a GTX 560 ti 448 then buy another for SLI instead of buying a GTX 570.
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I have two (448s) in SLi, play on Ultra. Love it.
Get 70-120fps on 64 player servers. I love it.
Gets hot though. 85c. I have a profile to turn the fans up when I play BF3.

I second that, I've never had any trouble with any game I Play. Everything on high. Most times the Game will set it settings to system spec. Battlefield set everything to high & ultra. The settings that were high I set to ultra. No problem @ all. I worried about the Vram, but it hasn't been a problem either.
 
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hmm yes... My friend just bought a custom pc I built for him. (amd x4, gtx 460 etc.) and I got 650$. Now what? biggrin.gif Another 448 from msi and maybe a new mobo? tongue.gif
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I have two (448s) in SLi, play on Ultra. Love it.
Get 70-120fps on 64 player servers. I love it.
Gets hot though. 85c. I have a profile to turn the fans up when I play BF3.

Get some water cooling on those... my temps have never passed 48°C - it's expensive but sooo worth it.
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Saw the 680 stats today. 6MHz memory clock! 1536 processing cores! 256-bit memory width frown.gif

These things will run circles around every card on the planet.

Can't wait to see the 685! I'm so tempted to use the Step Up Program.
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Saw the 680 stats today. 6MHz memory clock! 1536 processing cores! 256-bit memory width frown.gif
These things will run circles around every card on the planet.
Can't wait to see the 685! I'm so tempted to use the Step Up Program.

whats that? is it only EVGA?
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