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yes yes i understand that part. can someone point me to a good post to read about overclocking.
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Went from a MSI R6950 Twin Frozr II to ... well.. this baby:

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I might get in trouble for this but what is the best GTX 570 that I would be able to put underwater with a full cover block? I would like to be able to oc it and perhaps overvolt as well... could some one please help me?
    
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I might get in trouble for this but what is the best GTX 570 that I would be able to put underwater with a full cover block? I would like to be able to oc it and perhaps overvolt as well... could some one please help me?
Most waterblocks are for the reference design and choosign a company usually comes down to preference, name, price, and/or warranty. Most reference cards perform within the same specs.

There are some non-reference cards that have full cover blocks but these are very few and risky since card makers do change the design and may not let the public know (looking at you Asus ),
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Most waterblocks are for the reference design and choosign a company usually comes down to preference, name, price, and/or warranty. Most reference cards perform within the same specs.

There are some non-reference cards that have full cover blocks but these are very few and risky since card makers do change the design and may not let the public know (looking at you Asus ),
sure but is there one that u would recommended? like how is the EVGA GTX570HD 2560MB? I would also have these cards underwater...
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sure but is there one that u would recommended? like how is the EVGA GTX570HD 2560MB? I would also have these cards underwater...
That's a non-reference design though you are very lucky EK has just launched a fullcover block for it. One thing about this particular model, before I had picked the 580 3gb reference cards I have, I read that they don't oc that well. And the extra vram comes in handy when you are running three monitors (and you'll need sli for this ).

If you want water, stick with any reference gtx 570. If you fancy a great oc'ing 570, EVGA offers their 570 Classified with a more robust power system. This guy still retains the reference design so you can add any reference gtx 570/580 full cover block.
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Does anyone here have a EVGA GTX570HD 2560MB if so how is it doing for you??? Please help me with this!!!

(Thanks wermad for your help)
    
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Does anyone here have a EVGA GTX570HD 2560MB if so how is it doing for you??? Please help me with this!!!

(Thanks wermad for your help)
I asked this very same question here. No answer but some polite suggestions, which I already was doing: go to the evga forums. Search their forums or join and post (which is what I did).

Evga does offer the "HD" models which uses the same design as the 2.5gb 570 but with the stock 1.2gb vram.

Tbh, unless you plan to run two of these with three monitors, anything above 1.5gb is useless on a single monitor.
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I asked this very same question here. No answer but some polite suggestions, which I already was doing: go to the evga forums. Search their forums or join and post (which is what I did).

Evga does offer the "HD" models which uses the same design as the 2.5gb 570 but with the stock 1.2gb vram.

Tbh, unless you plan to run two of these with three monitors, anything above 1.5gb is useless on a single monitor.
ok how is this card??? http://www.ncix.com/products/?sku=62...SI%2FMicroStar
    
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