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I haven't posted here for about a couple weeks now and pages have gone by. I have got a hold of some funds and would like some of your input. My card has been running great with no crashes at all. The OC is very stable and can be pushed more if needed. So I have a bugdet of around 1050-1150$ and I want to get another card for a sli setup. For sli users, hows it working out especially with gaming (BF3). I have a Matx board and from what people have said the top card will cook. I just bought all my stuff about 2 months ago from Newegg. I think I may sell the board to get some cash back and get a regualr atx board. I also am thinking about a Nvidia surround setup. I have the one Asus monitor right now and can pick up 2 more for about 320$. How does gaming with 3 monitors work out and is it worth it. I know I need to upgrade my PSU and I was looking at the Corsair 850 watt one. This may be a little off topic but I want to hear from real time users. Any suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Terry

Get a better psu and another twin froozer card. Def do the 3 way monitors. IT gives you a bigger field of view while gaming. Supposed to be really cool.
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Originally Posted by HeadlessKnight View Post

You apparently misread juano's post. or don't know or understand some definitions like "clock-for-clock" and that's obvious from the link you posted.
GTX 470 is benching at 607.5 MHz while the 560 is benching at 732 MHz. not to mention they are using very old drivers for that benchmark (for the 470).
A GTX 560 Ti 448 is faster than a GTX 480? LOLz. They are the same.
Also btw a 580 will smoke your GTX 560 Ti. According to guru3d the cards require 900 MHz just to match a stock 580 performance & it still lagging behind it a little bit, just imagine what a 1.0 GHz 580 will do to your 448 card.
Thanks for the info juano +rep.I changed my mind on that card. It seems it doesn't worth the money for me smile.gif. I will wait for kepler wink.gif.

Yes, a 580 will smoke this card once OC'ed. IT is even still better at stock. However, I would much rather pay 289.00 for a card and OC it to get close to the best card on the market (580) than pay $589+ for a 580. As much as I would like to have a 580, the price is just crazy. I think this card is a smart choice for those of us on a budget....
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So when you all are posting voltages, are they idle voltages? If so, I assume it's safe to max out the voltage slider on my MSI in Afterburner - correct?
Thanks

Well it comes down to what the base 3d voltage is (vid)you may find your card comes with say...
1.00v you adding to your msi card 150mv in afterburner would be around 1.15v max which should be fine with your fan turned up.
If you have a 1.05 "vid" card slider to the max would be 1.20v and would put it to the cooling and i would nt run it at those volts for long on stock cooling.
These cards have there sweet spots,the three i have vary 1.07v-1.12v for 15minutes of occt no errors @ 925
Keeping them cool over the slider to the max is the best bet anyway wink.gif
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Got two of these on the way. Great cards for the money & the performance is outstanding!
 
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Got two of these on the way. Great cards for the money & the performance is outstanding!

Lucky!
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Looks like 900/1800/1950 at 1.038V is my max OC. Not too bad. I will take it. Can't seem to be stable at 925/1850 with up to 1.068 V, so 25 MHZ is not worth more voltage. I will the OC ability of these cards.
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Well it comes down to what the base 3d voltage is (vid)you may find your card comes with say...
1.00v you adding to your msi card 150mv in afterburner would be around 1.15v max which should be fine with your fan turned up.
If you have a 1.05 "vid" card slider to the max would be 1.20v and would put it to the cooling and i would nt run it at those volts for long on stock cooling.
These cards have there sweet spots,the three i have vary 1.07v-1.12v for 15minutes of occt no errors @ 925
Keeping them cool over the slider to the max is the best bet anyway wink.gif

And the base 3d voltage, is that the voltage the Afterburner hardware monitor shows when there are no serious graphics being rendered? My apologies for posting such basic questions.
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About to order one EVGA classified, hoping that it comes on monday.
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And the base 3d voltage, is that the voltage the Afterburner hardware monitor shows when there are no serious graphics being rendered? My apologies for posting such basic questions.

sry my bad,when in a 3d game or applacation that is your 3d volts or vid
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Are there any water kits that fit this card. I would rather keep my board and just water cool both of them because of the tight fit.

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