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Evga GTX560 Ti Classified 448Cores

100% Positive Reviews


Pros: dual fans non reference, freaking performance

Cons: no free games

Got this on my gaming rig, went first with just a simple 6850, then 6870 in the stores, but its new arrival that day, when they just putting it on the shelve, upon seeing it i fell in love wubsmiley.gif, haha and grab a piece of it, good thing It has good reviews and evga really rock on this one... Hope to buy a second one when budget allows tongue.gif

this one has the the evga dual shot non reference cooler, I think this one has better design than the 570 DS version, it concentrate more air due to revise shroud design, It can also overclock more decently besides it being factory overclock already, It uses the gtx 480 pcb, and for added looks and rigidity, any one can buy the gtx 480 classified backplate for this. Looking at performance on the web, its breaking in marginal performance with the 570's, when overclock reaching the gtx 580 stock mark, at a friendlier cost.


Pros: Quiet fans up to 60%, stays relatively cool, easily overclocked, good FPS.

Cons: Fans tend to get quite loud above 60%, voltage variations between cards.

I have had this product for almost a year now and I'm really loving it. I have it overclocked to 865/1730/2150 1.1v, it runs stable at other configurations but this yields me the highest FPS. When I got this card I went around to figure out what other peoples stock voltage was, I was surprised to find that my card's voltage was higher stock (1.088v) than some other people's card when overclocked. If my card were to have a lower default voltage I would have been able to break 900MHz on the core without artifacts showing up on EVGA OC Scanner. I heard some people complaining that their vcore was too high and they weren't able to get the overclock they wanted, some of them even RMA'd the card for that very reason. I decided to just deal with the fact that sometime you win some and some times you lose some. I still love the card though, it can run Skyrim, with the 2K texture pack, beautifully at vsync framerates (75FPS). I would definitely recommend this card to those who are seeking a high performance at a reasonable price.


Pros: good cooler and overclocks very well

Cons: can get loud at high temps

I have replaced the cooler with a MCW80 waterblock and a GTX480-hs aluminum heatsink, both from Swiftech. The card never goes above 48°C at full load after this. With the stock cooler I was seeing temps climbing into the low 60's easily.

I switched to this card from a Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 2GB Eyefinity card. Since this card is overclocked from the factory (897 core at 1.050 volts) it is a decent upgrade despite having less RAM. I have since, overclocked it further, 915 MHz at just 1.063 volts so I believe I still have more room to go. These cards seem to get 940 easily.

With the new line of GPUs coming out I probably wouldn't recommend this card but if you already have one and can SLI on your system I would highly recommend doing so.


Pros: Overclocks well.

Cons: Run kind of hot but thats expected from a fermi card.

I really love this card. It compares to a friends 580 in folding and is easily OCable with a nice PSU. I havent had any trouble with it so far. Looks great with my case and build in general and has a sturdy feel to it. I also like that I know it can run anything I throw at it. Whether it be a Blender render for a friend or Crysis, I know the card can and will run it.

My only major issue with the card is the cooling. Yes it isnt terrible but it heats up my case really quick and with the fans all the way up (Thanks to EVGA precision) I may go deaf if I sleep with the fans on folding. I look at that as a good thing. It cools wonderfully for what it is.
Evga GTX560 Ti Classified 448Cores

EVGA 012-P3-2068-KR GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi) 448 Cores Classified 1280MB 320-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card

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