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Hmm don't know how this can fit in the lineup, it would have to be as fast or faster than the 460 and priced in the ~$150-$200 range, but this would render the 550 completely irrelevant (well, not like it wasn't already).
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They can't really price this wrong. The GTX 560 Ti is going left and right for $240, and it would not make sense for them to price it higher than the GTX 460. It'd be pretty cool if they made a 768MB version, but that'd probably cut into 550 Ti sales.
    
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They can't really price this wrong. The GTX 560 Ti is going left and right for $240, and it would not make sense for them to price it higher than the GTX 460.
They can't price it right imo. They most certainly would have to price it higher than the 460 at least. Why would they price a later generation model of the same card less than the original? But then, it will have to offer a performance increase over the 460 to be viable in the high ~1xx price point - where it then runs into competition from AMD. I just don't see how it can work.
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What is the differrent between 560 Ti and 560?
    
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They can't price it right imo. They most certainly would have to price it higher than the 460 at least. Why would they price a later generation model of the same card less than the original? But then, it will have to offer a performance increase over the 460 to be viable in the high ~1xx price point - where it then runs into competition from AMD. I just don't see how it can work.
Um, this is replacing the GTX 460. It's taking over the $200 segment. The GTX 460 is now effectively EOL.
    
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Had to RMA my GTX 460 and got a 580 in the between time. It was the 768MB and it kicked some serious butt. If it was the 1GB version I would have waited for the replacement to come back. Now my the replacement is just sitting in its box just waiting. With all the new mid range cards that came out it killed any resell value I wanted.
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Um, this is replacing the GTX 460. It's taking over the $200 segment. The GTX 460 is now effectively EOL.
Just like you can't buy 470s or 480s? It may be "replacing" the 460 but that doesn't mean it will disappear. If it costs $200 and performs marginally better than the 460 there is no point in buying it over the 460 itself or 6870.
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Just like you can't buy 470s or 480s? It may be "replacing" the 460 but that doesn't mean it will disappear. If it costs $200 and performs marginally better than the 460 there is no point in buying it over the 460 itself or 6870.
The 470 and 480 are also EOL. Any stock you can find as of now is clearance. And if it costs $200, there is a point in buying it. It consumes less power and should OC more, for the same price.
    
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The 470 and 480 are also EOL. Any stock you can find as of now is clearance. And if it costs $200, there is a point in buying it. It consumes less power and should OC more, for the same price.
People aren't going to buy it because it consumes less power. It needs to compete with current cards in that price range. If it is simply a refresh of the 460 (and assuming similar performance), I don't see how it can be viable at the $200 price point when the 6870 performs far better.
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So whats this 560 got that the 560 TI hasn't? arsewipes
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