I guess that all depends. I have both starters on different cars. And one--my 485hp Ford 460 had a real hard time turning over --especially when warm--even though the starter solenoid is away from heat and I was using a heat temp protective blanket on the starter itself etc--so I went with one of the lesser expensive JEgs units and now-and for a couple years-- it works great. No more hesitation in turning over the motor no matter the heat.
And in another I'm running a Chevy 350 OEM horse power and have used the OEM starter for a decade and never had any issues with the starter.
So I guess you might try the OEM starter--if you have it--and if you see issues then go and buy the hi torque. For my money in general I've not seen a down side to these hi torque units.
In my 460 Ford 10.5 compression I went with the Jegs Ford V8 Pro Start'R #1008, but probably any appropriate good brand name is just as good.