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Old February 5, 2012, 02:35 AM
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what video card do you think sould i choose between MSI Twin Frozr ii gtx 560 ti vs INNO3D gtx 570.....playing at 1920X1080p

i'm confused because I'm not sure about inno3d cards...
They're the only card available in my place..

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Old February 8, 2012, 06:31 AM
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in performance, obviously GTX 570 is good. But 560-Ti can also perform darn well, i hv gtx 560-ti msi twin forzrII, its good, heard many good reviews about that. Save ur money get a MSI. Btw, why only inno3d available, not evn EVGA???
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what video card do you think sould i choose between MSI Twin Frozr ii gtx 560 ti vs INNO3D gtx 570.....playing at 1920X1080p

i'm confused because I'm not sure about inno3d cards...
They're the only card available in my place..

please help
twin frozr then overclock it and be on par with a 570
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Old February 12, 2012, 08:26 PM
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Never even heard of Inno3D. I'd try to avoid it. BTW, if you OC a 560 ti to 1ghz, you could get the same performance as a stock 570. The MSI Twin Frozr series also has its reputation of keeping the temps low so you'll have no problems OC'ing
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Old February 12, 2012, 08:48 PM
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Never even heard of Inno3D. I'd try to avoid it. BTW, if you OC a 560 ti to 1ghz, you could get the same performance as a stock 570. The MSI Twin Frozr series also has its reputation of keeping the temps low so you'll have no problems OC'ing
My Evga 560ti FPB @ 1ghz runs on average of 60-65 under gaming sessions in a open environment.
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Old February 12, 2012, 09:48 PM
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Inno3D is an Asian brand. I've seen them in HK PC magazines before.
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Old February 12, 2012, 09:53 PM
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Never even heard of Inno3D. I'd try to avoid it. BTW, if you OC a 560 ti to 1ghz, you could get the same performance as a stock 570. The MSI Twin Frozr series also has its reputation of keeping the temps low so you'll have no problems OC'ing
Cooler is great for single card solutions. SLI not so much, flaw in the design.

as for Inno3D, they have no presence in NA so I cannot say one way or another.
Whichever offeres the best warranty and Customer service for the OP.


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