I5-3570k with GTX670 conflict

Hello everyone.

I have a doubt ever since two pals told me that with my current setup:

CPU: i5-3570K @stock speed, will be overclocking in the future
RAM: Kingston HyperX 4GB 1600MHz x2 (Total of 8GB)
Mobo: Asus P8Z77-V
PSU: Corsair Professional Series HX750 (Planning on doing SLI in the far future)

that my setup will not take a GTX670, an Asus GTX670 DirectCU ii TOP 2GB card to be exact, and use it to it's max. Meaning, that I will be have a compromise, or bottleneck, with that card and my current setup. I have the funds to buy that card now, or should I do what they told me and get a GTX560 or something to those lines?
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  1. Your two friends are blowing smoke, your're computer can easily handle a 670 or a pair. An i5 3570 won't be bottlenecked even by quad sli!
  2. Your system is way more powerful than a gtx 560


    there are several motherboards with that name and then an extension like "pro" or "lx"
    make sure your's has two suitable graphics card slots


    your RAM should be rated for 1.5 volt or less operation
  3. Awesome, so I'm good to go then. I found the card (finally) for sale and I'm about to purchase it. Heck I was even thinking of getting two 560s since they told me that, but now that I've had my doubts cleared (I've also asked in a different forum) I'm going for the Asus GTX670 DirectCU II TOP.
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