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Where did you see this? I would like to see the article that explains this for my own knowledge
I seem to mixed this up... Im very sorry y'all!

The REFERENCE cards need extra VRM COOLING to reach 1Ghz...

So sorry man. The review was comparing the two...

But the SOC does have a superior VRM setup than other Gtx560.

Sorry for the misundertsanding
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Found some more info about the Gigabyte SOC !!

http://lab501.ro/placi-video/gigabyt...overclocking/3
Heatsink on mosfets ! (it seems reference and Asus has not)

Compared to the reference design
http://lab501.ro/placi-video/asus-ge...60-ti-review/3

SOC has 6 Phases for GPU and 1 for memory. ASUS DirectCU II has 6 Phases for GPU and 2 for memory !!
Asus win in number but lose in quality and cooling over those Phases
As overclocking memory does not really gives FPS , i' don't care about the lack of Phases

Also fount out that the SOC default voltage is 1.15 volts ! That's over the reference voltage right ?

One little thing that could lead some users to this card (and some others) : PCI connectors are on the side ! Usefull in a little computer case
Edited by Asfodhell - 2/5/11 at 5:52am
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One little thing that could lead some users to this card (and some others) : PCI connectors are on the side ! Usefull in a little computer case
Just curious...have you read any site reviews about the 560ti SOC?
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Actually YES , but I didn't realized this at the time and didn't read again and again the reviews , just some parts
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I think the Twin Frozr looks a lot better than the SOC. The SOC reminds me of a Chinese dragon.

Also, I didn't read through this thread, so sorry if you bought the SOC, it's still a good card.
    
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the SOC cool better and it also quieter

and it can be even overclock pass the 1000Mhz

I know someone without adding more voltages manage to get it to 1050Mhz....
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I know someone without adding more voltages manage to get it to 1050Mhz....
Guru3D did it there http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigaby...-soc-review/20

Lab501 pushed it to 1180MHz with voltmod, Thermalright True Black (6000rpm), 1.33 volts ..... http://lab501.ro/placi-video/gigabyt...overclocking/6
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the SOC cool better and it also quieter

and it can be even overclock pass the 1000Mhz

I know someone without adding more voltages manage to get it to 1050Mhz....
That extra 50MHz is not even enough of a boost to enjoy a performance increase but by far, this is the best 560ti to invest in if you're not interested in OC'ing GPUs
Edited by drBlahMan - 2/5/11 at 9:03am
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Wouhou ! This is a Overclocking Forum where we talk about a card that is best for those who don't want to overclock !
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Wouhou ! This is a Overclocking Forum where we talk about a card that is best for those who don't want to overclock !
So I am assuming that you've made up your mind and going to get the 560ti SOC, since it's 1GHz out the box?
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