Originally Posted by zarlaan
I'm getting ready to upgrade from my 8800GTX 640MB to one of the new GTX 560. I'm seeing that there are two EVGA models a base model which is just slightly clocked higher then reference and then their super clocked model set at 900Mhz.
My question is does it matter which one you go with? Do the super clocked models have a better chance of being overclocked more in comparison to the base models? I'm trying to figure out if there is any tangible reason for the two different models if they can both be overclocked the same.
I'm also expecting to get the Accelero EXTREME Plus cooler:
Is EVGA the only manufacturer sticking to the reference design, so they're the only ones this cooler will work with?
To be honest, both eVGA cards will be great. eVGA is top notch when it comes to nvidia video cards imo.