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Power/temperature/noise levels 560ti 2GB vs. 570 (SLI)

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About a month from now I'll be ordering the parts for my next build. For now, I'm keeping the GTX460 1GB. however, in October to so I plan on getting some kind of SLI setup going. I was considering adding another 460, but I understand games are starting to go above 1GB in 1080p, and I'd like to avoid any kind of problems/bottleneck/etc.

I'm debating between mid/full towers, but whichever case I chose will have ample airflow. I'm most likely getting a 750w Corsair modular PSU (unless the 650w will suffice).

How would a 560ti 2GB SLI setup compare to a 570 SLI setup, in terms of temperature and noise? I'm already counting on a loud rig thanks to a bunch of 140-200mm case fans. Are the 570's significantly louder than 560ti's? I've read the 560's are pretty much on par in terms of noise. Same with heat...

I'm almost sold on the 560ti 2GB's, but if the 570 isn't much louder/hotter in SLI then I might consider it.
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i really wish that evga would realease an -AR version of their 2gb gtx 560. as of now, you can only get the -KR version. and its pretty expensive.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130683

but personally i would go with a 560 Ti over a 570. i cant speak for the loudness because i dont have an EVGA 560 though.
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560ti's in SLI wouldn't bottleneck an i5-2500k, correct?

I've been told GTX460's in SLI are better than a single 570, so I can only imagine how awesome two 560ti 2GB's would be
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i really wish that evga would realease an -AR version of their 2gb gtx 560. as of now, you can only get the -KR version. and its pretty expensive.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130683

but personally i would go with a 560 Ti over a 570. i cant speak for the loudness because i dont have an EVGA 560 though.
I'm hoping that card drops a little bit by October. I'll probably get around $300 back from selling this rig, and adding $200 of my own to buy two new cards. I wish there were more 2GB models in general though
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I got my 570 for around 300 bucks on sale. There is no reason not to spend $20 more to get a %20 performance increase
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560ti's in SLI wouldn't bottleneck an i5-2500k, correct?

I've been told GTX460's in SLI are better than a single 570, so I can only imagine how awesome two 560ti 2GB's would be
no bottleneck, also two 460's would probably beat a 580.
    
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I got my 570 for around 300 bucks on sale. There is no reason not to spend $20 more to get a %20 performance increase
True, but will having two make my rig sound like a jet engine? Will it need 20 fans to stay cool?

Any chance the 570's drop to around $250 by October? I'd like to spend no more than $500 for the total setup, but I need more than 1GB of VRAM (why can't the 560ti's be 1.5GB instead of just 1GB! )
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True, but will having two make my rig sound like a jet engine? Will it need 20 fans to stay cool?

Any chance the 570's drop to around $250 by October? I'd like to spend no more than $500 for the total setup, but I need more than 1GB of VRAM (why can't the 560ti's be 1.5GB instead of just 1GB! )
My 570 is not loud in the slightest bit.
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Originally Posted by TMallory View Post
How would a 560ti 2GB SLI setup compare to a 570 SLI setup, in terms of temperature and noise? I'm already counting on a loud rig thanks to a bunch of 140-200mm case fans. Are the 570's significantly louder than 560ti's? I've read the 560's are pretty much on par in terms of noise. Same with heat...

I'm almost sold on the 560ti 2GB's, but if the 570 isn't much louder/hotter in SLI then I might consider it.
I can't speak for the EVGA cards, but my 2GB 560s are almost dead silent below 50% fan speed.

With the default fan profile I can't hear them over my case fans, but once the fans ramp up to 60-70% they get really, really loud (jet engine territory). The EVGA cards look like they use the ref cooler, so that might be different.

As for temps, my case has good airflow, and at stock my top card tops out ~72c (66c for bottom). OC'd to 950 core The top card hits ~80c w/custom fan profile.
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I'd like to use a second 1080p monitor as a GPU/CPU temp monitor for when I'm gaming...does that require significantly more VRAM to accomplish?
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