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Well either way the results look the same to me.

I think I'm going to choose between the Asus and MSI TF (Red) anyway.
Here's some quick pros of each I have to mull over.

MSI TF:
100mm Fans with better fan blade design for higher static pressure vs Asus' 80mm average looking fan
5 copper heat pipes vs Asus' 3.
backwards spinning fans at startup for anti-dust
Much larger rear plate exhaust opening

Asus
Pretty backing plate over PCB
Larger PCB
Dust proof fan design
cooler/fans setup removable from board (Msi can't be removed?)
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Well either way the results look the same to me.

I think I'm going to choose between the Asus and MSI TF (Red) anyway.
Here's some quick pros of each I have to mull over.

MSI TF:
100mm Fans with better fan blade design for higher static pressure vs Asus' 80mm average looking fan
5 copper heat pipes vs Asus' 3.
backwards spinning fans at startup for anti-dust
Much larger rear plate exhaust opening

Asus
Pretty backing plate over PCB
Larger PCB
Dust proof fan design
cooler/fans setup removable from board (Msi can't be removed?)

I'll go for the Asus just because of the BackPlate and longer PCB biggrin.gif, but if i had the extra 50bucks I'll pick the Ligthning
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I'll go for the Asus just because of the BackPlate and longer PCB biggrin.gif, but if i had the extra 50bucks I'll pick the Ligthning


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XpTJkz8wOA

4min into the video

the ram dosnt have any type of cooling? no pads? no heatsinks?


i contemplated the Asus until i saw this!
    
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XpTJkz8wOA

4min into the video

the ram dosnt have any type of cooling? no pads? no heatsinks?


i contemplated the Asus until i saw this!

DirectCu cooler provides enough airflow Min: 4.07
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Originally Posted by ChromePixels View Post

I'll go for the Asus just because of the BackPlate and longer PCB biggrin.gif, but if i had the extra 50bucks I'll pick the Ligthning


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XpTJkz8wOA

4min into the video

the ram dosnt have any type of cooling? no pads? no heatsinks?


i contemplated the Asus until i saw this!
because you want the TOP and not just the DCII..
post #656 of 757
The most important advantage the DCUII has imo is the custom 8+2 power design. I don't think the TF has as many phases.

I would still pick the Lightning over both though.
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I see on EVGA.com they have GTX 770 CLASSiFiED 4GB ACX COOLER and would like to know WHEN IS THIS AVAILA AND PRICE IF ANYONE KNOWS!?!?!

EVGA's rep on their forums said perhaps a couple weeks for the GTX 770 Classified 4GB.
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Yep me too, Asus cards sucks big time and they lie over their OC capability's thumb.gif

I talked to several guys on this form and they all claim the same thing about asus cards that not clock well and that is the reason i got my Power edetion card and it clocks very well biggrin.gif
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The most important advantage the DCUII has imo is the custom 8+2 power design. I don't think the TF has as many phases.
I'm not even sure what that means, but if the asus is 8+2 what is the MSI
Found some internal MSI pics maybe you can tell.




SO you think the board on the Asus is alot better then? Msi does have nicer fans and heatsinks though. Which one makes a more noticible difference

Here's the asus

The whole left side doesn't have anything on it but the right side, obviously more stuff.
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post #660 of 757
MSI uses the standard 5+1 power design from the looks of it.

Higher quality and more phases usually means lower VRM temps, better efficiency, and apparently less coil whine too.
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