ASUS 560 ti vs MSI 560 ti Twin Frozr II 2gb

Should i get the 1 gb ASUS 560 ti or the MSI 560 ti Twin Frozr II 2gb for a 1366x768 and games like Battlefield 3 MW3 etc....
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  1. You don't need that much graphics power to run at 1366x768. A radeon 7750 or lower is better. But, among those 2, I would definitely get the twin frozr II. It performs better than the asus cooler and produce almost the same noise level. It also has a better build PCB and more overclocking headroom. Bear in mind these are cards suitable for playing at 1920x1080(1080p). If you plan to buy one, better get a new monitor afterwards
  2. EzioAs said:
    You don't need that much graphics power to run at 1366x768. A radeon 7750 or lower is better. But, among those 2, I would definitely get the twin frozr II. It performs better than the asus cooler and produce almost the same noise level. It also has a better build PCB and more overclocking headroom. Bear in mind these are cards suitable for playing at 1920x1080(1080p). If you plan to buy one, better get a new monitor afterwards

    MSI 560ti twin frozer is an amazing card.
  3. lol its a hard situation The ASUS looks good its black and red that i wanted my pc is black and red ad MSI runs cooler but the PCB isnt black
  4. All in all, depends on you. Personally, I choose performance over looks, but the asus card is also pretty good if you found one at a more reasonable price. Usually, asus direct cu cards are more expensive than msi twin frozr cards so find one that suits your needs and budget
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