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The [ame="http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-Graphics-Backplate-01G-P3-1380-KR/dp/B004GHNEM4/ref=sr_1_30?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1306730909&sr=1-30"]460 I linked you[/ame] to has dropped in price to $170 or $150 after rebate, if you can I would get in on that, it's a great deal. It will be as fast as any of the 560 non ti's for atleast $40 less, and will only be at most 20% slower than a 560 ti for atleast $50 less, I would actually say it would be more like 15% or less slower than the 560 ti.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by juano;13681432 
Like I mentioned above, if you can't afford the 560 ti don't get the 560, it's like $20+ more expensive than the 460 1 Gb I recommended, but the exact same speed, and they should OC very similarly too. If you can save up for the 560ti that would be good but both the 560ti for $200AR and shipping at newegg and the 460 for $160 AR at Amazon offer about the same value for money, the 560ti is about 20% more expensive and just under 20% better. If you do get either of those cards then be sure to upgrade them to this 10 year warranty because they are both eligible for it. http://www.evga.com/articles/00628/


EDIT: sorry for not linking you directly to the EVGA warranty OCN has been breaking my links a lot lately.

EDIT 2: The 460 I linked you to has dropped in price to $170 or $150 after rebate, if you can I would get in on that, it's a great deal.

The 560ti is about 30% better then the 460, or 15% better then the 560non-ti.

Being a newer card, it also handles Tesselation alot better then the last gen cards.
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I don't feel like an argument but that's just not true, the 460 1Gb at 850Mhz that I recommended will be within margin of error of the 560 non ti at 850Mhz for about $40 less. They use the exact same amount of cuda cores, and the performance differences between those cores are somewhere between insignificant and zero. Look at this showing a 560 (or the 460 I recommended) at less than 10 percent behind a 560 ti at 1200 or right at 10% over all resolutions.

Also just because something is newer doesn't make it better, the 400 series is no worse than the 500 series at tessellation, you're just mistaken there. The biggest changes from the 400 to 500 series were power efficiency and temperatures, and those were most prominent in the 570 and 580. The biggest performance difference you will ever see between the 460 I recommended and the 560 non ti, is if you get a good chip on the 460 you can do ~950Mhz whereas if you get a good chip on the 560 you can do ~1000Mhz.

EDIT: Here's a review at Hexus where they bench the 460 and 560ti at the same clocks, from their conclusion "Pitting two equally-clocked GTX 460 and GTX 560 Ti cards against one another shows that there's roughly a 10 per cent performance advantage in favor of the newer Ti." And here is a review right here on OCN that show's the same thing, the 560ti is about 10% faster at the same clocks, for atleast $50 more than the 460 1Gb I recommended.
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Originally Posted by windfire;13675261 
I suggest 2 specific GTX560 Ti models:-

a. Galaxy GTX560 Ti (costs US$190 after MIR)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814162074

b. EVGA GTX560 Ti (costs US$192 after MIR)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130634

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spend a little more and get one of these, you will thank yourself later.
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GTX560 ti or non ti..depends on your taste..you can also go grab AMD 6800 cards for the same price..
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I agree that the 560ti is worth consideration but the 560 non ti should not be in the running right now, I've already linked to and explained that you can get the exact same performance of the 560 non ti for atleast $40 less, and you can get the real 560ti for only a little more than the currently overpriced 560. For atleast the time being the 560 is not worthy of it's price, and as long as 460 1Gbs are available I see it staying that way. Anybody that believes otherwise, I've got a 6770 I'd like to sell you.
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Originally Posted by kairi_zeroblade;13684758 
GTX560 ti or non ti..depends on your taste..you can also go grab AMD 6800 cards for the same price..

Not going AMD this time I want to try a Nvidia card this time. And I decided on the gtx 560ti. It will just take a alittle longer to save up for it.
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Sounds like a good decision. thumb.gif
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Thanks for the help everyone gave rep to everyone who helped.
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