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I am currently in the process of selling two of my 470s and I am looking for a single GTX 670 to put under water.

I am just having a tough time deciding between the different makes, since a lot of people tend to talk about the air coolers on these models and that doesn't really matter to me. Since there doesn't seem to be any reference 670 water blocks I am probably going to choose between models that use the 680 reference pcb.

I've been looking at these ones:

Asus GTX670-DC2T-2GD5 @ 965mhz

Asus GTX670-DC2T-2GD5 @ 1137mhz

Is there really much of a difference between these two? I would assume the lower clocked version would be able to clock just as high with overclocking, I would assume the only real difference would be the higher clock one would be a higher bin?

EVGA GeForce GTX 670 FTW

Gigabyte GTX 670 (GV-N670OC-2GD)

Currently I am leaning more towards the Asus @ 965mhz or the EVGA FTW.
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Originally Posted by fofamit View Post

I am currently in the process of selling two of my 470s and I am looking for a single GTX 670 to put under water.
I am just having a tough time deciding between the different makes, since a lot of people tend to talk about the air coolers on these models and that doesn't really matter to me. Since there doesn't seem to be any reference 670 water blocks I am probably going to choose between models that use the 680 reference pcb.
I've been looking at these ones:
Asus GTX670-DC2T-2GD5 @ 965mhz
Asus GTX670-DC2T-2GD5 @ 1137mhz
Is there really much of a difference between these two? I would assume the lower clocked version would be able to clock just as high with overclocking, I would assume the only real difference would be the higher clock one would be a higher bin?
EVGA GeForce GTX 670 FTW
Gigabyte GTX 670 (GV-N670OC-2GD)
Currently I am leaning more towards the Asus @ 965mhz or the EVGA FTW.

Evga FTW or Gigabyte windforce, either one is good and if you are watercooling then they are both pretty much the same card, apart from the blue pcb of course
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since you are going for watercooling, the stock cooler does not matter. go for EVGA GTX 670 FTW.
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FTW with 680 Heatkiller block. Thats what I did. smile.gif never goes above 27'.
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FTW with 680 Heatkiller block. Thats what I did. smile.gif never goes above 27'.

Is it watercooled though?

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FTW with 680 Heatkiller block. Thats what I did. smile.gif never goes above 27'.

Why are you bring up old threads? This thread has been dead, look at posting dates next time.
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