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Can someone tell me the difference? They are the same price, the same power (to my knowledge) but why does it even exist? It is smaller, I can see. So does it cool better? Overclock better? I am wondering because if it is a little better, for a $10 step up, I might as well do it. If not, my current 570 is just fine. Thanks in advance!
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Can someone tell me the difference? They are the same price, the same power (to my knowledge) but why does it even exist? It is smaller, I can see. So does it cool better? Overclock better? I am wondering because if it is a little better, for a $10 step up, I might as well do it. If not, my current 570 is just fine. Thanks in advance!
The HD one, uses a custom PCB.
It has 2 DVI ports, 1 full size HDMI port, and 1 Displayport port.
Whereas the reference GTX 570 has 2 dvi ports and 1 mini HDMI port.
But you still can't run 3 monitors unless your using 2 cards in sli.
I don't know if it cools/overclocks better.
But I believe it has a smaller PCB.


This is an unboxing video
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As far as I know this is the difference:

The reference 570 has a vapor chamber and pushes the vast majority of hot air out the rear exhaust.

The 570 HD does not have a chamber and pushes some hot air out of the back and some back into the case so it can run cooler IF you have an extremely well ventilated case. Many people however report that the cards run about 3-5C hotter than their reference cards.

There is a difference in the display ports each card offers also:

Reference 570: DVI-I, DVI-I, HDMI
570 HD: DVI-I, DVI-I, HDMI, Display-Port

For ten bucks I would pass.
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Well, I have an Antec 900, with a fan right next to the graphics cards sucking the air out. Would that probably help the cooling then?

The reason I am considering it, is because newegg has a hell of a deal going, so I figured this would be a great time to go sli w/ 570 hd's.
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Well, I have an Antec 900, with a fan right next to the graphics cards sucking the air out. Would that probably help the cooling then?

The reason I am considering it, is because newegg has a hell of a deal going, so I figured this would be a great time to go sli w/ 570 hd's.
Look at this thread http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/9583...gtx-570-a.html
    
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If you're going to get it make sure you get the -AR(lifetime warranty) not the -KR(3 yr warranty). I can't tell you how many dead 570's I've seen in the last couple months.
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Can someone tell me the difference? They are the same price, the same power (to my knowledge) but why does it even exist? It is smaller, I can see. So does it cool better? Overclock better? I am wondering because if it is a little better, for a $10 step up, I might as well do it. If not, my current 570 is just fine. Thanks in advance!
I thought you can only step up to the next more powerful card. Like 570 --> 580. Not sidegrade.
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I thought you can only step up to the next more powerful card. Like 570 --> 580. Not sidegrade.
Yah, I don't think you can step-up from a normal 570 to a 570 HD. Not that it matters, there is not reason to go with the HD over the normal unless you just can't fit the normal in your case (HD is 1" shorter) or you have to have display port.
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Can you SLI 570 and 570HD?
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Can you SLI 570 and 570HD?
i dont see why not.
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