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I'm happy with MSI, but Gigabyte is great choice too. wink.gif
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I think , yes

It is that much hard for me to go back on the Nvidia side that I have to look for every little details.

It's an overclocking forum (and a good one tongue.gif ) where I belive I can found people who actually know far much more about electronic on grafic cards than I do (and God I don't know much frown.gif )

I fix between one and three computer a week (for free) so I really don't want to get in trouble on my own stuff ... Plus , I learn so much that I'm being more and more efficient biggrin.gif

I won't buy anything 'till monday so I'm waiting for more point of view and facts to definetly make my mind !
I hope this whole thread can help anyone else as this card is just very new on market
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Quote:
Originally Posted by M4Touch;12272092 
I'm happy with MSI, but Gigabyte is great choice too. wink.gif
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Damn ! Nvidia really did a great job with temp/perf/noise ratio eek.gif
Very nice temp , what is the ambient ?

Thank you
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About 22°C (72°F).
But in Furmark (Extreme Burning) is hotter, about 61°C, fan 57% - 3200 rmp.
I played Metro 2033 today (DX11, High, 4xAA) on 960MHz and it was stable too smile.gif
970 -> crash rolleyes.gif
Edited by M4Touch - 2/5/11 at 10:24am
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I ordered the GTX560 SOC for 284€
http://www.pixmania.com/fr/fr/8840072/art/gigabyte/geforce-gtx-560-ti-so-1-g.html?srcid=120&tag=icomp_shop&Partenaire=icomparateur&CodePromo=oui&aftrack=T1Rzek56QTdNRGsxTnpBeE5qTTsxMjk3MzQzNDEwOw==

The problem is , promotions are around and now I can get :

- Palit GTX560 for 206€ : stock clock , non-reference design
http://www.pixmania.com/fr/fr/8840069/art/palit/geforce-gtx-560-1-go-gddr.html?srcid=120&tag=icomp_shop&Partenaire=icomparateur&CodePromo=oui&aftrack=T1Rzek56QTdNRGsxTnpBeE56QTsxMjk3MTgzMTQzOw==

- Palit GTX570 for 294€ : stock clock , non-reference design
http://www.pixmania.com/fr/fr/8785321/art/palit/geforce-gtx-570-1280-mo-g.html?srcid=120&tag=icomp_shop&Partenaire=icomparateur&CodePromo=oui&aftrack=T1Rzek56QTdNRGsxTnpFME16QTsxMjk3MzQyNDE4Ow==

See my point ?? GTX570 non-ref for 10€ more than the GTX560 SOC eek.gif

I should certainly cancel my order and take the GTX570 , right ?
It has almost the same cooler than the Palit Sonic Platinum which perform quite OK
http://www.guru3d.com/article/palit-geforce-gtx-570-sonic-platinum-review/7

What do you guys think ? I got some times because the SOC is not available yet in France and so I could still cancel my order

PS: i'm sure that because of Palit need good chips to make the Sonic (overclocked) , the basic one willl have way less chances to overclock ...
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post #46 of 50
I have the MSI GTX560 twin frozr II right now and im speechless....just WOW!

I will be making a video on how to replace TIM and overclock it.

Right now I'm at 1000/2400 with 1.15v. not much time to test it. My idle is 40c even with 1.15v lachen.gif at 40% fan speed and since I can't even here it at 50% im going to be changing that.

all though there seems to be a problem with anything over 1000 on the core locking up the system b/c of the drivers atm.
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One little thingfor me that tend to go for the GTX570 now is that it has 1280Mo of memory ! Useless at 1920x1200 but for GTA IV which I play sometimes and crazy mod on big games it might comes helpfull wink.gif
At the time I took the HD4870 with 2048Mo of memory on this very purpose

That is so hard to choose ...
Damn, I could even take the GTX560 from Palit at 200€ and overclock it at least to 900 or 950 ! kookoo.gif
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kennyparker1337, which card do you have standard twin frozr, oc ,or soc,
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Originally Posted by lroy;12332746 
kennyparker1337, which card do you have standard twin frozr, oc ,or soc,

Came stock at 880 core, so I believe OC.

I don't think a SOC exists for twin frozrII.
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http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N560GTX-Ti-Twin-Frozr-II-SOC.html#/?div=Specification 950 core. AWSOME.
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