Gtx 470

I have a antec 900 case with a 650w psu. 1 200mm fan on the top/2 120mm in the front, 1 out the rear and 1 pushing air over the graphics card. im going to be upgrading my graphics to a gtx 470. will all that air flow cool down my system/card? and which gtx 470 should i go with? im thinking -->

EVGA 012-P3-1472-AR GeForce GTX 470 (Fermi) SuperClocked 1280MB 320-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card
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  1. Get this 470...

    As long as the top and back are exhaust, and the side and front are intake fans you should be fine.
  2. is there a reason why that 1 is better than the 1 i selected?
  3. Its 330 dolalrs, and the one I picked is 250. Plus there is no point in buying a SuperOverclocked card, you can just overclock it yourself to higher settings than that anyway.
  4. thing is though i can't really overclock. i got an i5 and its still figured id buy 1 pre overclocked. and the evga has lifetime?
  5. Overclocking a video card is much much easier then overclocking a CPU, anyone can do (no joke).

    Even with that overclock, its not worth 80 dollars anyway.

    The Gigabyte has 3 years warrenty, which is more then you will need. In three years you will be due for an upgrade anyway.
  6. is the quality/cooling the same? was told evga>gigabyte
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    Gigabyte makes good cards. Those are both reference models so the cooling isn't going to be much different.

    EVGA has a little better reputation, my 260's are EVGA.

    But they are not worth 80 dollars thats for sure.

    If you really want to spend the extra money just to have EVGA then at least get this...

    Although thats still way overpriced, I wouldn't pay more then $275 for a 470.
  8. Best answer selected by jason gran.
  9. ok thanks for your help!
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