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If you care about looks and performance go for MSI, for best performance go for Sapphire.
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as i said,i'm looking for the best overclocker.
i want to achive 1250/5800 or even more if possible.
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UP,i'm looking for the best overclocker from this cards.
how's the MSI TF3 ? how's the sapphire non-oc version ?
i'm confused of what card should i take.
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Originally Posted by jossef View Post

UP,i'm looking for the best overclocker from this cards.
how's the MSI TF3 ? how's the sapphire non-oc version ? i'm confused of what card should i take.

There is no such thing as best overclocker. it depends on the quality of the chip you get. Sapphire HD 7850 has a very good dual x cooler. Sapphire cooler is better than MSI's twin frozr in cooling performance and noise.

http://uk.hardware.info/reviews/2853/13/amd-radeon-hd-7850--7870-round-up-cooling-and-noise-production
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Hmmm, there is no such thing as the best overclocker.

I bought an MSI 7850 Power Edition, which has the Twin Frozr IV cooler. I am running mine at 1200/1450 and havent gone over 62 degrees in all the games I have tried.
Aslo my case fans, of which I have 3, all make more noise than the actual card does. MSi make very good cards, trust me. You can't fully trust temp reviews as everyones environment and PC case is different so those results my be totallly different for you.

I can highly recommend MSI.
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i dont have the power edition at my country,only the TF3.
a friend of mine achived a 1250/5800 with the regular sapphire HD7850.
i think of getting the sapphire one(it's the cheapest HD7850 in the market @ Israel)
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