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I was wondering what was the best GTX 570 Brand there is.

The ASUS one is currently on sale in one of the computer shops near my house, but I have not heard good things about it (though usually ASUS is a reliable brand).

Which one would you recommend?
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post #2 of 19
If you exclude the WindForce III (from Gigabyte) TwinFrozer II (From MSI) and Palit's non reference cards; the other cards are the same.

Asus would be a safe bet; just stick to a brand that offers you a 3 year warranty(at the very least.)
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post #3 of 19
Asus or EVGA typically OC the best, and have great warranties. MSI is pretty reliable and OC friendly too.
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post #4 of 19
EVGA GTX 570 HD is coming out. It's got a displayport on it and can support 3 monitors.
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post #5 of 19
I would say Asus or Gainward (gainward because of their awesome cooler designs and asus because they're just really good overall) but I would have to say EVGA. They have the step-up program and a great warranty. I haven't built a computer yet but they're one of the top brands for NVIDIA.
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post #6 of 19
I say..
EVGA...
Sparkle..
Anything that offers at least 3 year warranties..
*I say sparkle cause of price pretty cheap.. since if you want reference design for a wide array of water blocks if you choose down the road..
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post #7 of 19
Is the WindForce III any good? As good/better than the MSI TF2 cards?

It's only $10 more than reference.
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post #8 of 19
EVGA is my 1st choice, for the veeery high reputation they have and warranty program. ASUS should be considered as well as they offer a good margin of factory OC too.
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EVGA is my 1st choice, for the veeery high reputation they have and warranty program. ASUS should be considered as well as they offer a good margin of factory OC too.

IMO, EVGA's warranty sucks. Jump through some hoops and we'll give you a warranty that can't follow the card. If you don't jump through our hoops, enjoy our 1 year warranty applaud.gif Give me Asus or MSI any day of the week!
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post #10 of 19
If buying a reference designed product I don't think the brand makes a difference. Failure rates on hardware are unlikely to be different between brands that utilize nVidia's reference kit. Step up, reputation and other value added incentives are often times more marketing than fact, I have yet to see any data on computer hardware failure rates by a third party company with a large enough sample size.
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