Well here is the list of the ones i could choose, Which one would do best with 600 watts and an i5 2500k. Im never going to sli so thats not important to me, Also just a quick question, can you run a sli graphics card ona crossfire capable board.
The Superclocked GTX 570 has faster clock speeds then the the regular GTX 570, but if you're planning on overclocking it's not a big deal. That said, if you want to OC, the performance bump of the Superclocked Edition is nice.
There's nothing wrong, per say, with ZOTAC, but EVGA is the best manufacturer of nVidia cards in my opinion. I would stick with EVGA.
Well, will the 660 non ti be any cheaper or better then the 7870
the 660 non ti will use GK 106 making it an entirely different card compared to the 660ti/670/680/690 are so performance wont be as linear probably. If wcctech's info on 660 normal is right It will be more in line somewhere around a 7850/7870ish (finally a higher end 1 6 pin nvidia card) with pricing lower than the 7850ish(so expect the card closer to the 7850 entirely). If I were to make a educated guess on the 660 normal, It will outperform the 7850 probably, except in SLI vs crossfire, as the 192 bit memory bus has already shown slight chokes in heavy games when anti-aliasing is on. but regardless will probably be a fine card for the price.