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MSI vs Gigabyte 560GTX TI

guys am goin to buy a vga

but am woundering witch one of these two more powerful

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1 GB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 DVI-I x 2 / Mini-HDMI SLI Ready Graphics Card, GV-N560OC-1GI
price 225$
MSI GeForce GTX560 1 GB DDR5 2DVI/Mini HDMI PCI-Express Video Card N560GTX TI TWIN FROZR II OC
price 245$

am confused witch one shall i take i mean the gigabyte cheaper than msi but i think the gigabyte more powerful ? advices are welcom :)
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  1. I personally vote for MSI. Their twin frozr cooler is astounding. And most of the cards have military class components, combine that with the twin frozr cooler and you can overclock the card around the 1GHz mark. MSI also usually offers 3 years warranty for their products, unlike certain companies which has only a 1 year warranty
  2. no offence to gigabyte but i bet most of peeps are going to recommend MSi.they have better cooling,more overclocking potential and much
    M-S-i all the way.
  3. guys u are sure right ?

    so MSI it is ? under the link i posted ?

    btw how many watt of power supply shall i take
    because am calculating parts slowly cuz am low of money
    so for now am goin to install the vga cart on mobo Gigabyte S3p-945
    and cpu 2.6 dualcore ram 2GB ddr2
  4. 500W should be enough. Something like a corsair CX500W or antec earthwatt series is enough. Although if you're planning to SLI later, I suggest getting a 650W psu. Still, I really prefer if you upgrade your cpu and ram 1st, because it's going to bottleneck the video card
  5. any good 500w will do fine.xfx 550w is a great choice.
  6. bottleneck ? damn it !!any temperately solution for it ? am without pc right now
    cuz my old vga burned thats why i wanna start with vga
  7. Best answer
    Maybe get a new cpu, ram and mobo 1st? But you can overclock your cpu to lessen the bottleneck if you want to change your platform later
  8. ok thank u very much u'v been helpful
    so the msi vga it is :) thanks bro
  9. Best answer selected by mohamedbhour.
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