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EVGA GTX 560Ti 448 1.2GB Classified vs EVGA GTX560Ti 384 2GB

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They are both the same price. Which do you guys prefer? I just plan to play games, I will not be doing any video editing or any of that. Also, will that extra 0.8 GB ram help me? I read it would help if I had AA turned on in games, etc.
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Please provide a link to each card in question and the prices you would be paying for each.
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Well if they are the same price you don't even have to think , just go for the 2 gb one , it won't hurt in any way thumb.gif
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Well if they are the same price you don't even have to think , just go for the 2 gb one , it won't hurt in any way thumb.gif

The problem with that 'logic' is that there isn't a 2GB 560ti 448, so I personally would want to know the actual card in question before blindly recommending it. Not to mention some of the 560ti 448s you will find cheapest have terrible coolers on them that I would recommend avoiding.
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ah my mistake, i think the 2gb 560 i was looking at has 384 cores and not 448. sorry!
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Is there a 560ti 448 core you recommend? Im planning on getting that evga classified one.
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What case and mobo do you have and do you think that you will go SLI in the future or not?

Also please try to avoid double posting. If you have new information to add you can edit it into your last post by clicking the pencil under your post next to the red flag rather than making a new one.
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Okay sorry about that, i have the asus p8z68v gen3 and nzxt switch 810 case, i probably wont sli in the future
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I would probably say that this is the best current choice for a 560ti 448, but the EVGA Classy Ultra isn't a bad choice either. I prefer the MSI because of the better cooler which will run the card cooler and quieter than the EVGA, but other than that they are very similar cards. The EVGA will be a little bit faster out of the box at stock speeds, but they should both overclock to very similar levels (and both are about the best 448s for OCing) so it really comes down to if you care more about a quieter card, or the $20 price difference between then two, like I said I would pay the little extra and get the quieter cooler card.
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