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Hello





Im going to buy 9600GT,but i dont know which to buy,i thinking about "MSI GF 9600GT PCIE 512M DDR3 OVERCLOCKED" http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?f...30&cat2_no=136 (RED ONE) or this STOCK "ASUS GF 9600GT PCIE 512M 256BIT DDR3HDMI" http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...=Asus%2b9600GT ??Which is the right choise?I will still to try overclock
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814186034

best for its price imo
$5 more
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130334
lifetime warranty and step-up is what everyone loves with evga
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No..i live in Lithuania...i will buy 9600Gt in Lithuania...the newegg dont SHIP to my country...so help to me choose between MSI or ASUS?
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I would get the stock Asus model and OC myself using RivaTuner.
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I would get the stock Asus model and OC myself using RivaTuner.
But why?Give me some argumentation,why you choose Asus?
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Because you stated the Asus model has stock clocks. OCing a graphics card is very easy, so I'd rather save the extra money that a company will charge for an OCed card (in this case MSI) and OC it myself.

:EDIT: If they are the same price where you live, get the overclocked MSI as it probably has a better fan.
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grab the msi.

the stock cooler seems a bit better.

the asus doesnt offer much full card cooling like the msi has.



also remember the accelero S1 Rev. 2 and S2 coolers fit this card
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Because you stated the Asus model has stock clocks. OCing a graphics card is very easy, so I'd rather save the extra money that a company will charge for an OCed card (in this case MSI) and OC it myself.

:EDIT: If they are the same price where you live, get the overclocked MSI as it probably has a better fan.
In my country Asus is 2$ cheaper than MSI
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