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Poll Results: Which is better?

 
  • 25% (10)
    GTX 470
  • 74% (29)
    GTX 560 Ti
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post #11 of 15
The 470 has a greater bandwidth memory wise as well as a bit more too.
post #12 of 15
i would say the 470 cause there overclocking. at stock clocks there dogs but if you oc them there par with the 480s. i have 2 470 in sli that oc to 825core and 1900 memory. at them speeds i run in surround and my buddy runs in eyefinity with 2 6950 and they keep up or pass them.
so if you can get 2 470 for a good deal go with them. o in sli i have vga cooler and my cards never get above 78c full load.
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i would say the 470 cause there overclocking. at stock clocks there dogs but if you oc them there par with the 480s. i have 2 470 in sli that oc to 825core and 1900 memory. at them speeds i run in surround and my buddy runs in eyefinity with 2 6950 and they keep up or pass them.
so if you can get 2 470 for a good deal go with them. o in sli i have vga cooler and my cards never get above 78c full load.

Umm... you can OC the GTX 560 TIs anywhere from 950MHz on stock voltage to 1GHz with additional voltage and 2200MHz (4400MHz effective) Memory. They both OC about the same percentage, but the GTX 470 will consume more power.
    
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As a GTX 470 owner you'd think I'd be inclined to recommend the 470 but no.

Performance wise, GTX 560 has higher clock speeds, that's why it's faster than a GTX 470. If you OC the 560 up to 1000Mhz and the 470 up to 800MHz there won't be a difference, however the 560 will be cooler and more efficient.

The only situation where the GTX 470 would be a better choice is if you plan on water cooling. At 950MHz core clock it's gonna be on par with a GTX 580 but there's no way you can reach that on air.
Edited by Wulfgar - 5/18/11 at 11:45am
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