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Gainward Gtx 560 ti Phantom 2gb or Gtx 570?

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Hi there,

I am planning on buying a new Rig soon and I still have my doubts on which gpu to buy.
Gainward Gtx 560 ti Phantom 2gb 234,-
http://www.gainward.com/main/vgapro.php?id=458
or
EVGA gtx 570 284
http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=012-P3-1573-AR&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&sw=

I will be using 3D studio max alot and I will also be gaming alot.
Other then that I would like a gpu that doesnt drain as much energy as my old gtx 470.

Pricewise, design wise, heat/noise wise and for the extra Gram my pick would be the Gainward.

But the 570 has moar CUDA power. Will it have a major impact on my gaming experience and other 3d applications or is the Gainward the better pick?

Thx in advance
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570 will benefit more for CUDA based work, doubtful you would notice much difference in gaming between the 2 cards but the 570 is definitely better.

On a price perspective... the 560 wins hands down for value and it is a very good performer!
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Originally Posted by weesteev;13808132 
570 will benefit more for CUDA based work, doubtful you would notice much difference in gaming between the 2 cards but the 570 is definitely better.

On a price perspective... the 560 wins hands down for value and it is a very good performer!

So the 2gb Gddr and higher clock speeds do not make up for the higher memory bus and extra cuda cores?
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if you are not planing on going in to multiple screen madness, more ram will not help at all. overall performance of 570 is better then 560 ti.
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Originally Posted by prznar1;13808153 
if you are not planing on going in to multiple screen madness, more ram will not help at all. overall performance of 570 is better then 560 ti.

I Always use two screens, and I also heard extra ram was usefull for 3d studio max viewports. I am just looking for confirmation before making a final decision tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Lipadoza;13808144 
So the 2gb Gddr and higher clock speeds do not make up for the higher memory bus and extra cuda cores?

A 560Ti @950-1GHz core can match a stock 570's performance, but of course the 570 can be overclocked as well. If you need more raw processing power, the 570 is the route to take.

The extra VRAM on the 560 Ti doesn't make the card "faster," it just means you have a higher upper limit on your frame buffer. It enables you to handle high resolutions with high res textures and anti-aliasing without your cards running out of memory and choking.

If you're gaming at 1080p, I doubt you'll find many situations where a 570's 1280MB is insufficient.

As for 3d studio max, I don't have experience with it, but that may be a valid concern if it is very memory hungry.
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Originally Posted by Booty Warrior;13811505 
A 560Ti @950-1GHz core can match a stock 570's performance, but of course the 570 can be overclocked as well. If you need more raw processing power, the 570 is the route to take.

The extra VRAM on the 560 Ti doesn't make the card "faster," it just means you have a higher upper limit on your frame buffer. It enables you to handle high resolutions with high res textures and anti-aliasing without your cards running out of memory and choking.

If you're gaming at 1080p, I doubt you'll find many situations where a 570's 1280MB is insufficient.

As for 3d studio max, I don't have experience with it, but that may be a valid concern if it is very memory hungry.

Well I do not plan on overclocking my GPU, well maybe just a little. But other then that my main concern is 3d applications.

But I find your info very helpfull, and price/quality wise I decided to go for the 560. I doubt I will regret my decision and I thank you all for your advise smile.gif
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just so you know ther is a 2.5gb 570 in the works
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post #9 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by upload420;13998983 
just so you know ther is a 2.5gb 570 in the works

At the price it will be on release ($400USD msrp) Don't think it is a valid point of comparison for this price bracket :-)
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I have 2 Gainward 2gb phantom 560Ti's... They are a wonderful little card and do 900mhz on stock volts pretty easily!

Best of luck, you won't be disappointed!

Cheers,
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