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Most 570's OC fine. If you happen to get one of the 570's with weak VRMs you can RMA it.
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Originally Posted by nagle3092 View Post
Its not a good choice because hes going through EVGA Step-up where it will cost him significantly less to get the 570.

OP get the 570 I love mine, dont worry about the "frying" thing. If you go to the thread and read what they where doing (most had OCP OFF or they had flashed the bios and put even more voltage through them). Things like that happen when a card gets pushed past its limits. I ran mine at 1.1v 950 core through OCCT and tons of benchmarks and my card still works fine. Just know your limits and you wont have to worry about it. Its a really great card and will be a nice improvement from you 460.
sounds good to me! 570 it is
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Yea if your really worried about it then make sure you step up to a EVGA 570 with AR at the end of the part number for a lifetime warranty and then you want have to worry.
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