Hi everyone! I'm in a dilemma between an EVGA GTX 670 FTW and an EVGA GTX 590 Classified for $400, coming from a GTX 580. The research I've done seems to suggest that my 650W PSU will be adequate for the GTX 590. The pros for the GTX 670 FTW seems to be that it consumes far less power, is quieter, has lower temperatures, and it should clock fairly high since it's on a 680 PCB. Cons are that it performs worse, and it's basically the retail price (without the 13% harmonized sales tax we Ontarionians have). The seller claims that he got this card from an RMA from a standard 670; would this still carry a 3 year warranty? The pros for the GTX 590 Classified seems to be that it performs considerably better and is a "hot price" for a GTX 590. It also has a backplate (which I'm a sucker for ). Cons are the power consumption, heat, little but respectable overclocking potential, SLI issues, and dumps heat in the opposite direction of my case's airflow. The seller stated that this will come without warranty (since it was not registered), or the original packaging. A little side note that my computer is located in my basement right now, so it's about a 18-20C all the time. Works wonders for air cooling. If you were in my situation, which one would you pick? Thanks! Well, instead of what I originally planned, I found a 7970 3GB DirectCu II on sale for $400. I figured that would be a better buy since it's much quieter, performs about the same, and clocks like a dream.... or so I thought. ASUS doesn't allow you to overvolt on a card that has beefed up VRMs and their custom cooling solution :shadedshu. Although, I'm hitting 60FPS with all my mods and ENB settings on Skyrim at 1125 on the core, so I'm content.