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is this worth the price? seems a bit expensive...

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Don't get super clocked version save yourself few bucks and buy regular 570 then OC it
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Thats right save your money and get the regular version. If you can wait for a few days or so get an open box 570 and save more $$$. Also check out our sales area there are some 570's for sale.
    
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whats an ideal power supply for a card like this?
Edited by venture08 - 4/1/11 at 5:12pm
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Did anybody actually look at the price difference between that and the standard clocked version? It's only $10 more for an guaranteed and warrantied 65mhz, that seems worth it to me. As for the power supply generally the minimum recommended for a 570 is 550 watt but if you are still deciding what power supply to get then I would ask in the power supply section on this forum and see what the people there suggest for your rig and needs.
Edited by juano - 4/1/11 at 8:13pm
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