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Old September 16, 2010, 09:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Zero82z View Post
A better CPU heatsink is necessary if you plan on overclocking. If not, then stock will be fine. You'll just have to decide what you want to do.

The MSI card has a better heatsink and is cheaper, so yes, I would say it's a much better deal than the EVGA card.

It has to be the same model of GPU. You can run two 768MB GTX 460 cards in SLI together if they are from different brands, but you can't run a 1GB card in SLI with a 768MB card.

That memory is good.
MSI might be the better card for the Value, but as myself and Eldonko can testifiy to their Customer Service should the user have any issues is remote, and sub-standard.
I would suggest spending the couple of extra dollars and getting the EVGA as their Tech support is more than worth the cost difference.
In my Opinion.

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