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Reasons to get other 980ti than msi lightning?

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What I'm thinking is since most cards, even ref cards can get to around 1500 core clock (1470-1500~), and i'm not gonna be doing any LN2 on it, and its gonna be under water anyway - is this the best card to go with? If I can get it for the same price as a strix or the other "high end" versions - will I see the difference between this and a strix, or the classified? Or will ref give me comparable results?
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Intel 730 WD Black Corsair H100i GTX Windows 10 Pro 
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In my opinion, if you are water-cooling, there isn't really a reason to get a non-reference card. They will have the most selections for blocks.
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