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Two different gtx 560


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I can't decide whether to take:

http://www.edbpriser.dk/Product/Details.aspx?q=560+gtx&sp=all&pid=4675300

or

http://www.edbpriser.dk/Product/Details.aspx?pid=4754292

 

I know it's a danish website, but maybe google can help a bit.

 

http://www.edbpriser.dk/Product/Details.aspx?q=560+gtx&sp=all&pid=4675300 has a clock speed of 900MHz but only 4GHz video clock speed

Whereas http://www.edbpriser.dk/Product/Details.aspx?pid=4754292 has a clockspeed of 880 but a video clock speed at 4.2GHz

 

I don't know much about those number, but thats the rough translation of what it says under specs on the websites.

Edited by Ecofriendly

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Thanks for that mate.

 

The biggest difference is the price as far as I can see. The overclocked numbers of either cards aren't that significant IMO and you could do better by OCing yourself.

The MSI card is a lot more expensive than the Gigabyte one and it is probably due to the MSI TwinFrozr cooler.

 

How much money you got to spend?

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The cooling on the Gigabyte will be adequate for most folks, but if you plan on overclocking wildly, go for the MSI! Look at aftermarket coolers for video cards, they're easily $75. You're essentially only paying an extra ~$55 (the difference of 300dkk), although the difference is even less in the states and in some cases no difference at all.

 

You'll be happy with each but if you're not planning on doing high overclocks the gigabyte should do you well.

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