My initial reaction to these is to go with the Asus card if for no other reason than the larger heatsink (and the fact that I won't be running sli, so it taking up 3 slots wouldn't be a big deal), but also because some of the reviewers of the msi card claimed it ran hot and fans got noisy, and the evga card apparently has poor software..
Save some cash and buy a better video card like mentioned, a GTX 570, or if you plan on SLi, then get another 560Ti.
I appreciate all the feedback.
Especially this comment.
I've built my own computers in the past, but not enough that I would call myself an enthusiast, and psu's are probably the component of building that I understand the least, so I shot for the hill when I put the initial build together.
I like the idea of shaving $$ on the psu to up the gpu, and I'm not planning on sli, I don't do anything that would make use of that functionality.
MSI had some problems with their recent Twin Frozr 570 and 580's. I would recommend the EVGA or the ASUS personally. The ASUS has some reports of card sagging though due to the absolute enormity of it.