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o.O Are you for cereal? Or am I missing something?
"Processor Clock" is simply the shaders... Since it's on a 1:2 strap, it means his core is 850mhz.
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"Processor Clock" is simply the shaders... Since it's on a 1:2 strap, it means his core is 850mhz.
100% right. Here's the proof.

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evga, best customer support and lifetime warranty
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"Processor Clock" is simply the shaders... Since it's on a 1:2 strap, it means his core is 850mhz.
Thanks for clearing that up.

Edit:+Rep given.

Btw, to the poster of that image. FPB is a type of card sold by EVGA that has a custom bios that lets it run above stock clocks all the time and more freedom over fan control.
Edited by Nutty Pumpkin - 2/8/11 at 10:11pm
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"Processor Clock" is simply the shaders... Since it's on a 1:2 strap, it means his core is 850mhz.
Ah, that makes sense. I suspected that, but the surprise usually overcomes logic
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evga's current line of gtx 560 ti cards: booorrring

This is the main reason I went with the MSI twin frozr II/OC over evga's, plus I was able to pull the box off the store's shelf (microcenter) and buy it, take it home and have it installed all within one hour. It was not any more expensive than getting it online.

BTW, I love evga and REALLY wanted to do business again with them; too bad that MSI has a superior product (IMO of course).
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evga's current line of gtx 560 ti cards: booorrring

This is the main reason I when with a MSI twin frozr II/OC, plus I was able to pull the box off the store's shelf (microcenter) and buy it, take it home and have it installed all within one hour. It was not any more expensive than getting it online.

BTW, I love evga and REALLY wanted to do business again with them; too bad that MSI has a superior product (IMO of course).
EVGA just builds off of reference designs and has an awesome warranty and step-up service. Many of the other mfc's make their own hsf designs and tweak everything themselves. I do know people that prefer the warranty over the designs; it's subjective, I suppose.

My TFII is coming in tomorrow, can't wait!
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evga's current line of gtx 560 ti cards: booorrring

It was not any more expensive than getting it online.
EVGA SC for $220 shipped's not booorrring IMO. If you don't mind my asking, what did the MSI go for after taxes and gas?
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Twin Frozr II or DirectCU II? Can't decide. :|
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Twin Frozr II or DirectCU II? Can't decide. :|
i chose TFII and I haven't regretted it. That said, they overclock about the same from what I've seen, but the loudness and temps are a bit different...asus is apparently a small bit hotter and louder...
    
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