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Can't go wrong with this card, stable @ 890mhz without any voltage increases , temp around 60c...

If you downclock it to reference stock speed than your looking at around 50c during gaming... Gives the lightning a run for it's money going by reviews....

But to answer your question i.e the best 580's atm, i have to say the ASUS ROG Matrix Ge Force GTX 580 Platinum, this card is a monster at o/c capabilities and quietness...

I have seen some review o/c it to 1070mhz which is amazing but it does comes at a premium... A stock Gigabyte 580 from MSY will set you back 3, plus getting it here in Australia will make it much easier if it breaks.

Is there any difference at all for the extra or is it just the clock increase? Are there any better option or good deals for these 4 cards? I assume you're not after some of those 'monster' cards but something that's little sane.Although I spoke too soon, they added another onto the price because it was 4lbs over the estimate so 0 including shipping but still ~ less than anywhere in Oz that I could find... but the reason I haven't given individual score for the Lightning is because it also clocks to the same levels, I could not get it beyond 955-960 @ core (so obviously it scores the same).I even changed the Lightning's BIOS and raised the SW OC limit to 1.21, still wouldn't budge higher.I agree, but I'm not sure that's the only difference between the cards.If you're looking for the best performance/price ratio, I suggest having a look around some forums and picking up 2 480s. I'd say the Direct CU 2 card is the way to go – just make your mind up about SLI (if you would like to in the future etc) as this card will potentially be a show stopper...

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