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Palit GTX 460 2GB vs EVGA GTX 460 1GB vs ASUS ENGTX460 1GB?

Palit: http://www.palit.biz/main/vgapro.php?id=1354 and http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814261077

EVGA: http://www.evga.com/products/prodlist.asp (I don't know which EVGA GTX 460 1GB to choose - compare with the best one)

ASUS: http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=UATIvdWePp9oPSIk&templete=2 and http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121391&cm_re=ENGTX460-_-14-121-391-_-Product

The Palit one is definitely better on paper, but is it really stable and reliable?

Also which EVGA GTX 460 1GB is better? The superclocked ones? Can't I just buy a normal one and overclock it myself?

All answers to any of the questions are appreciated
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    Hi.

    1- The 2GB are only useful if u want install 3 or more monitors.
    2- I'd go with the best specs plus best warranty, for example some EVGA comes with 763 clock and life time warranty in that case is a very good option BUT the price is another good point.
    3- Take a look of the MSI GTX460 Cyclone.
  2. I have the Evga GTX 460 1gb SC. It's fast for most games, runs cool, and the fan is very quiet.

    Yes you can buy the non over-clocked version and OC them yourself. Then again, its true with any card.
  3. what about the GIGABYTE® nVidia® GeForce GTX460 - 1GB GDDR5, 256-Bit Memory Bus, PCI Express 2.0, 2x DVI, 1x Mini HDMI, HDCP Compliant
    Core: 715MHz / Shader: 1430MHz / Memory: 3600MHz, DirectX 11, OpenGL, nVidia® CUDA & PhysX, nVidia SLI - Win Vista / 7 Certified or the NEW Leadtek® nVidia® GeForce GTX460 - 1024MB GDDR5, 256-Bit Memory Bus, PCI Express 2.0, 2x DVI, 1x Mini HDMI, HDCP Compliant
    OC EDITION Core: 725MHz / Shader: 1215MHz / Memory: 3600MHz, DirectX 11, OpenGL, nVidia® CUDA & PhysX, nVidia SLI - Win Vista / 7 Certified
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