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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by HomeDepoSniper View Post
hate people who don't input their resolution so their problem can be solved quicker =\\

Get a 460 if you have 1440x900 reso, get the 560 if you have 1080p reso
If they are the same card why does rez matter?


@MikeBrowne, the CoolerMaster Elite 370 will fit these cards just fine.
Edited by Draygonn - 6/6/11 at 9:54pm
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post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by Draygonn View Post
If they are the same card why does rez matter?


@MikeBrowne,

res matters when it comes to slight to medium'ish performance.

A 560 is a relatively new card. And it's a card that was made to handle 1080p resolution because of the extra cuda cores, and the ability to Overclock to reach a stock 570.

A 460 would be perfect for someone with 1440x900 because that card would max out games fine and it'll save him a little cash as well.

And by the time newer games comes out, all that's needed for extra horsepower is to SLI. Resolution matters and until we are unsure of what monitor the OP is running in, there's no way of giving him the best answer.
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post #13 of 18
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res matters when it comes to slight to medium'ish performance.

A 560 is a relatively new card. And it's a card that was made to handle 1080p resolution because of the extra cuda cores, and the ability to Overclock to reach a stock 570.
The 560 1gb is a 460 1gb with higher clock speeds!

You're referring to the 560Ti, which has more CUDA cores then the 460 / 560.
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post #14 of 18
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The 560 1gb is a 460 1gb with higher clock speeds!
Yes, but since the 560 is based on that new GF114 thing, it can overclock way higher, like up to 1GHz. All that extra performance for £1? I'd take it.
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Yes, but since the 560 is based on that new GF114 thing, it can overclock way higher, like up to 1GHz.
Yes, this is true. All I'm saying is that clock for clock, they perform exactly the same.
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post #16 of 18
get the 460 it should be stronger then that non ti version
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post #17 of 18
i opped for the EVGA 460 SSC(which can keep up with a 560 in terms of stock speeds) which still has alittle bit more head room in terms of OC. ^-^ i get to find out how well mine done when my motherboard coms back from RMA which should be in 3 days which is my bday .


a 560 for 1 dollar more is good deal ^_^ take it up while you can ^_^

good luck ^_^
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post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by HomeDepoSniper View Post
hate people who don't input their resolution so their problem can be solved quicker =\\

Get a 460 if you have 1440x900 reso, get the 560 if you have 1080p reso
What? Why? Only one Euro more for higher clocks
    
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