Originally Posted by Daris1015
Why exactly? i plan to go SLI by next month too, if that means anything. Ive always bought EVGA because of warranties. Then again Ive never needed to use a warranty. if you convince me otherwise im all for it!
Just look at it.
But, in all seriousness, the 570s aren't all that well designed reference cards when considering quality. This holds true accross all brands as they're basically just putting stickers on the reference cards. The DCII is unrivaled in build quality. With the 912 having a GPU fan port, the decreased space between the cards should have a minimal effect on the cooling (I'd recommend exhaust to start). Additionally, if you ever upgrade to a case with a side panel window, you'll definitely have something to show off. Your motherboard will handle two in SLI just fine, unless you have need of a PCI port.
EVGA's warranty is great, but Asus's lets you sell the card and the next owner will still have the warranty, making a noticeable increase on what you can sell the card for within 3 years. If you think you won't upgrade for more than three years, EVGA isn't a bad choice. If you're on this website, I'd say it's a fair guess you'll be eying an upgrade before that.