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That it is, but where I come from, you don't get to RMA this stuff so easily. I've noticed it's less of a problem over-seas, so it seems at least.
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A $380 card just to be upgraded this summer ? tongue.gif If you get a 570, with a good cooler (either the DCII or TFIII, Gigabyte has a custom cooler as well) you can overclock it to perform very well. What is you preference of FPS when playing games ?

I want to play BF3, WoW, Dirt 3, Just Cause, Crysis 2, other games.. biggrin.gif
And I said upgrading was a possibility, I just don't want to spend 120$ on a waterblock and need to change it soon.
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I want to play BF3, WoW, Dirt 3, Just Cause, Crysis 2, other games.. biggrin.gif
And I said upgrading was a possibility, I just don't want to spend 120$ on a waterblock and need to change it soon.

eVGA has a step-up program on their lifetime-warranted eligible cards. If something new/better is released within 90 days of your purchase date, you can trade-in and upgrade to the new card before the 90-day window is up and just pay the difference (and shipping costs).
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I play BF3 and crysis 2 with all the goodies on my 22" monitor as well on my 32" tv smile.gif So unless they make a game that makes Crysis 2 look like Mario World on the N64, I don't see myself upgrading my own rig in the near future. And when the time comes, I will either get a new PSU and a second 570, or try to sell this 570 and get the kepler equivalent or superior wink.gif
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Thanks, I will look into the 570, do you think it's worth 50$ more, I think so, 50$ is nothing really, I can get it 359$ shipped with the rest of the stuff I will order. biggrin.gif
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Thanks, I will look into the 570, do you think it's worth 50$ more, I think so, 50$ is nothing really, I can get it 359$ shipped with the rest of the stuff I will order. biggrin.gif

$50, but it's only 5% faster per clock and overclocks about the same.

Seriously, the key point here is that the 570 will not give you a better playable gaming experience than the 560 Ti 448 will.

You will not be able to use better graphical settings with the 570 over the 560 Ti 448. You will not notice a performance benefit. You literally just save $50 going with the Ti 448 and lose pretty much nothing.
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I'm glad you're sorting out your own questions mid-sentence thumb.gif
On a serious note though, I don't think you'll regret it. But I might take not to what friend'scatdied said with the eVGA step-up program. I'm not trying to make you turn-ship now that you're looking into the 570, but if nVidia is serious about their 670Ti being launched early March, that step-up program could spare you from the boring thought of waiting a month could've made a difference.
The 570 is a beastly card that will settle your every demand if you are a single monitor gamer like me.

Edit:
friend'scatdied posted while I was typing, and he makes a very good point.
Edited by Agoriaz - 2/21/12 at 2:08pm
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So if I buy a EVGA 560 ti 448 and when EVGA release's the new card, I could get that one by only paying the difference? headscratch.gif
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So if I buy a EVGA 560 ti 448 and when EVGA release's the new card, I could get that one by only paying the difference? headscratch.gif

The 448 core cards are "KR" cards. If you purchase the extended warranty within 30 days, you then have 90 days to submit for step-up. Whether a new generation of cards will be released by then, or added to the step-up list is not guaranteed.

In terms of how much you pay the equation is: MSRP of new card - Price paid, not including taxes or shipping - any rebate submitted.
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The 448 core cards are "KR" cards. If you purchase the extended warranty within 30 days, you then have 90 days to submit for step-up. Whether a new generation of cards will be released by then, or added to the step-up list is not guaranteed.
In terms of how much you pay the equation is: MSRP of new card - Price paid, not including taxes or shipping - any rebate submitted.

Thanks for clearing that out Matthew! biggrin.gif
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