560 Ti

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aznwarrior
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Which GTX 560 Ti should I get?

ASUS DCII GTX 560 Ti (Fermi)

EVGA 560 Ti Super Overclocked

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Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti (Fermi)

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Personally I have nothing but good from EVGA and ASUS, anything Gigabyte ive had ..... died lol

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Really, I'd say EVGA because it has the best warranty program, plus they seem more well connected with Nvidia and the gaming community in general, Asus is alright, it'd be my second choice but I say EVGA.

but also, anything super overclocked, I'd make sure you have good cooling.

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Yeah EVGA wins, just ask around, these guys are very pro with their customer service and warranty.

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I just built a system with an EVGA 560 TI that came with a free batman game. So far it has worked flawless. And yeah, EVGA has a Limited Lifetime warranty.

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Well if the ASUS has anything going for it at all, its that they're known to make solid motherboards. Not only that, their warranty is based off the serial number on the card, no registry needed. This means you can resell the card later, and the person who buys it still has remaining warranty time on it! Where as with EVGA, if you tried to resell it, they would not have a warranty as it wasn't purchased new.

Just food for thought ;)

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