Asus DirectCu II or MSI Twin Frozr III?

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  1. if these are your only two choices then MSi:
    http://www.msi.com/product/vga/R7850-Twin-Frozr-2GD5-OC.html#?div=Specification

    higher VRM system just in case you want to push it higher with an overclock.
  2. Best answer selected by Stealth3si.
  3. verbalizer said:
    if these are your only two choices then MSi:
    http://www.msi.com/product/vga/R7850-Twin-Frozr-2GD5-OC.html#?div=Specification

    higher VRM system just in case you want to push it higher with an overclock.
    It has VRM cooling?
  4. this post is about motherboard but it's the same principal that applies to VRM here as well. the VRM for the graphics card itself..

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/315963-30-phase-control-mosfets-motherboard-safety
  5. Thanks I read the article. It was very informative. What does the inside of the MSI 7850 TF look like? I want to see if if it has heatsinks/spreaders on its VRM mosfets.
  6. Stealth3si said:
    Thanks I read the article. It was very informative. What does the inside of the MSI 7850 TF look like? I want to see if if it has heatsinks/spreaders on its VRM mosfets.

    it does...
    I'll try to find a few pics, plus you can Google some pics..
  7. hey man thanks..!
    enjoy the buy and happy gaming...
  8. verbalizer said:
    it does...
    I'll try to find a few pics, plus you can Google some pics..

    My Google search skills yielded nothing on the anatomy of the card, other than the following:

    This is the only one I found...

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/HD_7850_Power_Edition/4.html


    Is this still the same as the one I linked to in my OP?

    The techpowerup link is the PE edition with 950mhz. The MSI link is the OC edition with 900mhz.
  9. both are excellent choices..
    that's a 9 phase system...
    real nice.
  10. thanks for info!
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