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post #21 of 23
Some guy got a GTX 470 as a replacement for his GTX 295 from EVGA so it's definitely not equal to a GTX 480. Plus a single GPU will always be better than a dual GPU when it comes to drivers, lack of microshuttering and minimum FPS.
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Originally Posted by sLowEnd;13699595 
Wrong.
The GTX295 performs like a GTX480, which is within margin of error with the GTX570.
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Flipping back and forth between Nvidia's own results also says the same thing for most games.
http://www.geforce.com/#/Optimize/OPS



Consult the chart. Think before you post.

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Yes a 480 and a 295 are very even ... that in no way goes against what I said. Dont know why you feel the need to be so competitive. a 570 is clearly faster than a 295 and a 560 is a good comparison. If you do more research .. you will see the 295 and the 560 trading blows as to which is really faster. They are about the same. Though personally I have seen both cards run 3d mark and the 570 does much much better certain areas such as physics and particle rendering while in more general areas they are basically even. The 295 will only pull ahead in situations that are extremely based on pure GPU performance and even then the difference is very small. Once you take all that into account, the microstuttering caused by having two GPUs as opposed to one makes the 560 a clear winner when compared to the 295. Sacrafice at most 1-3% performance instead of dealing with all the problems of a dual GPU card.

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I used GTX275s in SLI before my GTX570. And performance-wise my old SLI config was a bit better than a GTX295. I saw a significant improvement in all games with GTX570. And temperatures with stock cooling almost compete with my old SLI setup's temperatures with watercooling. Go for GTX570! More performance, less heat, less power, less noise, new generation! thumb.gif
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