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So a GTX 570 overclocked maximum usage is how many in watt?
I can't answer this question specifically, but I can tell you that a 650W PSU is more than enough more almost all single card setups.
    
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Okay thanks about that.So i keep my EVGA gtx 570 sc for now.But i ask for extra,which brand are the best for overclocking ?
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All reference design cards are the same, only the looks are different.
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Oh well...and the warranty too?
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post #15 of 19
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Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis View Post
The Gigabyte 560 SOC comes out of the box at a 1GHz core clock... which is almost 200MHz more than the MSI, so you may want to wait on that one instead.

It's finally out:

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...&EdpNo=7192162


Newegg should have it soon as well.
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post #16 of 19
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It's finally out:

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...&EdpNo=7192162


Newegg should have it soon as well.
I think you just allowed me to make my GPu choice a lot easier. Thank you.
post #17 of 19
Yeah I hope it is closer to the $259 price point on the Egg. I mean MSI was able to price theirs at the $259.99 mark, as well as the ASUS and they both have aftermarket coolers.

Once it gets up in the 2 and 3 quarters range I can more easily justify scrounging some extra money together to just get a 570.
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the gigabyte soc card look fugly compare to msi one(twinz froz 2 is also better) i know who care for the look but still just a thought, if newegg sell it for less than 270 i might get the gigabyte soc one.
U can still oc the Msi to the level of performance of Gigabyte Soc version, get msi if u like to Oc, get teh gigabyte if u dont want to spend time to oc and play at gtx 570 level right away.
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The Gigabyte 560 SOC comes out of the box at a 1GHz core clock... which is almost 200MHz more than the MSI, so you may want to wait on that one instead.
Got it, nothing but problems staying cool - even when downclocked. Its been a nightmare. I should have followed the "too good to be true" mantra
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