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Gigabyte 560ti SoC in SLI... NV surround Compatible?

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Hey all,

My question is are 2x Gigabyte 560ti Super overclock editions enough to run say BFBC2, Blackops, MW2 and the upcoming BF3 in NVS?

And what sort of graphics settings will I be able to run?

System (building atm)
I5-2500k (OC to 4.5ghz)
Corsair vengeance 8gb (dual channel kit 1600mhz)
GA-P67A-UD4-B3
Silverstone strider 850w silver 80+
2x N560SO-1GI-950

Cheers,
Ishi
post #2 of 18
It would have the processing power, but not enough vram. You'd likely have to forgo AA and high res textures altogether in demanding titles.
post #3 of 18
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Thanx for the prompt reply, how do your 2gb 560ti's go? Have you overclocked them?
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I haven't pushed these beyond 925 core (with only a 10mv increase), mostly due to temps. Once I pick up a few extra spot fans, I'm planning on shooting higher. So far though the performance has been fantastic. Metro is really the only game that my system struggles with on "maxed" settings at 1440p.
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How about 2x gainward 560ti 2gb instead for SLI, how would they go for NVS?
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How about 2x gainward 560ti 2gb instead for SLI, how would they go for NVS?
So over priced ^
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Well considering Gainward is Palit overseas, I can say I don't think you'll be disappointed. The extra VRAM really helps at HD+ resolutions.
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So over priced ^
Australian pricing... As I'm from Australia
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Well considering Gainward is Palit overseas, I can say I don't think you'll be disappointed. The extra VRAM really helps at HD+ resolutions.
Thanx mate, you've been a great help, I definitely like the look of it better.
Are you running yours on the stock cooler? If not, did you push it using
The stock cooler at all? How were the temps looking?

Cheers,
Ishi
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Thanx mate, you've been a great help, I definitely like the look of it better.
Are you running yours on the stock cooler? If not, did you push it using
The stock cooler at all? How were the temps looking?

Cheers,
Ishi
Using stock atm, and if there is one complaint I have it's that they're really mediocre for non reference coolers. With their default fan profile (30%) they're super quiet, but the cards would run up into the high 70s at stock clocks... Using a 1 to 1 fan profile I brought the temps down over 10c at default clocks, but they get extremely loud when they crank up over 50%.

That said, the Gainward card seems to be using a different cooler altogether.
This is the NA/Palit version: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-099-_-Product
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