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any non reference cards that take watercooling??
A few do, I know EK made 570/580 blocks for some non-ref cards.
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Yep EK makes a full cover that fits just about every non reference 570 and 580 from Palit and Gainward, EK is about to make a fullcover for the Asus DCII, and the Evga 570 on a 580 PCB will take a 580 reference fullcover.
Edited by juano - 8/20/11 at 12:30am
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post #1133 of 1259
I just ordered the asus 570 directcu II card. does this card suffer from the same problems or is it fine to try and reach high overclocks with it since it has a giant 3 slot heatsink/cooler
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That is a great card in every respect, it's the VRMs that you would've had to worry about though not the cooler. That card does have the stronger VRM design compared to reference.
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That is a great card in every respect, it's the VRMs that you would've had to worry about though not the cooler. That card does have the stronger VRM design compared to reference.
okay that puts my mind at ease. I've read that people have gotten really nice overclocks with the 570 directcuII (900+ core) so I don't think I'll have any problems with the VRMs
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guys, is my palit gtx 570 sonic has 6+2 vrm ? i got non platinum one.
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Yep, 6+2.
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yah I've been looking around at a bunch of the reviews for the asus 570 directcuII card and they say that it has Furmark approved VRMs and the card overclocks very nicely. So maybe if people are interested in getting a 570 you should just stick with the TFII/III or DCUII versions of the card because they seem to not have many problems. I don't own a 570 yet so don't take my word for it but if you stay at 1.15v or lower with any of cards mentioned above the card probably wont explode on you
Edited by Fatality_ - 8/21/11 at 5:54am
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Wow, so at 900mhz @ 1.1v my drivers randomly crashed during crysis , looks like i'm doing 1.106v
    
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yah I've been looking around at a bunch of the reviews for the asus 570 directcuII card and they say that it has Furmark approved VRMs and the card overclocks very nicely. So maybe if people are interested in getting a 570 you should just stick with the TFII/III or DCUII versions of the card because they seem to not have many problems. I don't own a 570 yet so don't take my word for it but if you stay at 1.15v or lower with any of cards mentioned above the card probably wont explode on you
Cards that I can think of off the top of my head with more than the stock 4+2 phase VRMs:

Asus GTX 570 DirectCU II - 6+2 phase
Gainward GTX 570 Phantom/GS Goes Like Hell - 6+2 phase
Palit GTX 570 Sonic Platinum - 6+2 phase
MSI GTX 570 Twin Frozor III/PE - 6+2 phase
Gigabyte GTX 570 SOC - 12+2 phase

I'm pretty sure EVGA make one too (EVGA GTX 570 HD?) but unsure on that.
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