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MSI GTX 560 Twin Frozr SOC edition?! 950mhz stock

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http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N560G...#/?div=Feature

apparently it exists, but I can't find it anywhere. Is there a release date someone knows about?
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I haven't seen any information on it, but why would it matter? You can easily hit that overclock yourself with the regular card. Mine was running at 970/2300 stable @ 1.025V. If I end up getting MOSFET heatsinks, 1GHz no sweat.

Honestly, the only factory overclocked card I cared about is the original Gigabyte SOC @ 1GHz. Not too many cards are hitting it, so you know they're handpicked (and probably overvolted, naturally). If you're waiting for this card, don't. It'll probably have a price premium, and that's not worth it for 950MHz.

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I haven't seen any information on it, but why would it matter? You can easily hit that overclock yourself with the regular card. Mine was running at 970/2300 stable @ 1.025V. If I end up getting MOSFET heatsinks, 1GHz no sweat.

Honestly, the only factory overclocked card I cared about is the original Gigabyte SOC @ 1GHz. Not too many cards are hitting it, so you know they're handpicked (and probably overvolted, naturally). If you're waiting for this card, don't. It'll probably have a price premium, and that's not worth it for 950MHz.

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My hope would be that the super OC version would have VRM heatsinks or some other improvement (not just the higher OC).

I know the gigabyte is all in all the better card over the TFII MSI, but I heard the gigabyte is having horrible crashing problems (multiple threads at nvidia) and it runs significantly hotter apparently.

P.S. Sucks that your G2 and my N1 are about to useless on AT&T's network...
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