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I ordered the MSI TFiii 570 yesterday, was in the same dilemma as you, however my available funds decided it for me. And it looks like a great card, can not wait to receive it! still 2 days till delivery, it's killing me biggrin.gif
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I've second guessed my purchase a few times, but in the end I think it was good. Been running this card since November when I stepped from the EVGA HD DS (terrible, terrible card) to the Superclocked. works great!

Mine had a problem at first, I had to bump the voltage to 1.025 in order not to crash on the default clocks. However I managed to OC it to 900/2100 without any issues, passed all benchmarks, tests and 8+ hours gaming sessions so far and highest temperature I've seen was around 65c so I am happy. Did you OC yours? If yes, what voltage are you running?
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Originally Posted by Agoriaz View Post

I ordered the MSI TFiii 570 yesterday, was in the same dilemma as you, however my available funds decided it for me. And it looks like a great card, can not wait to receive it! still 2 days till delivery, it's killing me biggrin.gif

I was debating between the two, both are the top GTX 570 cards on the market I believe, but I went for the SoC because it had higher clocks. I am sure the TFIII will overclock nice as well though, it has a great cooling system.
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Mine had a problem at first, I had to bump the voltage to 1.025 in order not to crash on the default clocks. However I managed to OC it to 900/2100 without any issues, passed all benchmarks, tests and 8+ hours gaming sessions so far and highest temperature I've seen was around 65c so I am happy. Did you OC yours? If yes, what voltage are you running?
I was debating between the two, both are the top GTX 570 cards on the market I believe, but I went for the SoC because it had higher clocks. I am sure the TFIII will overclock nice as well though, it has a great cooling system.

I didn't OC my original card, but right now I got to 935/2115 on air, 82c on furmark, at 1.073. I game at 875/2075.
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