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I made this post if you want to compare heatsinks if you intend to overclock. Overclocking works best when you have a better cooler and extra power phases. http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/9265...heatsinks.html
If you intend to run at stock settings, I hear that EVGA good customer support and special upgrade programs.
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I like the idea of great customer service if I run into a problem down the line, but I'm definitely planning on overclocking.
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then get the gtx 560 from msi msi has good customer support as well as the twin frozr cooler design lets u overclock without worrying about temps.....+ its a 6 phase power design and comes preoverclocked at 880 core.....now thats some decent factory oc...
u could easily increase the core clock beyond 900mhz without overvolting......
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i only went with evga because of life time warrenty =] and no tax + lower price for their models.
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i only went with evga because of life time warrenty =] and no tax + lower price for their models.

now those are the right reasons biggrin.gif

why do you stay with an older card while there is a new one with newer technology and more powerful at the same price around
for example: GTX 470 vs GTX 560

technology has been growing rapidly

not in decades but in months
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then get the gtx 560 from msi msi has good customer support as well as the twin frozr cooler design lets u overclock without worrying about temps.....+ its a 6 phase power design and comes preoverclocked at 880 core.....now thats some decent factory oc...
u could easily increase the core clock beyond 900mhz without overvolting......
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by personal experience the msi twin frozr 2 cooler are quite effective might be the best stock cooling solution....
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msi twin frozr 2 edition gtx 560 ti.....awesome cooler.......ftw

So you're saying he should get an EVGA?
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So you're saying he should get an EVGA?
when did i say that.......
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evga for their leetness
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+1 for MSi Twin Frozer II GTX560 Ti.
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Apparently there are a lot of opinions. Anybody know the overclocking capabilities of the Palit?
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