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+1

didnt know that the MSI and ASUS cards run with lower temps and noise.

lower temps and noise is a good +
with excellent performance.

does that mean the EVGA cards run a little hotter and produces more noise than the ASUS and MSI cards?
MSI TF2 and ASUS DirectCU II runs ~30ºC ilde and mine overclocked and running heaven DX11 runs max at 57ºC.

The EVGA cards are good, but the cooling systems isn't the best, do too much noise at full load and the temps are much higher that in MSI or ASUS.
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2x SLI maybe a 3% decrease. I had to see if you had 2 x16 slots.

3x or 4x SLI would be more like 10%.

The SLI hack makes your 16x PCIe lanes run at 8x. The third and forth card would be in x8 slots and would run at x4.

My x8 slots run at x4 so I was a little sad when I could not benchmark near 2x SLI 460's on SLI boards.

EDIT: Benchmarks are not gaming. I run everything max, so you will be able to also.
since i do have 2 x x16 PCI-X slots, does that mean it'll turn those 2 x16 slots to both 2 x x8 slots? or just turn 1 of them to x8 slots?
    
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post #13 of 39
Both into x8.

3% is not bad at all though. It is overall FPS though. 2 x 560ti is never going to be utilized fully on a 60hz monitor.

If you have a 120hz, I am not sure that any games will be affected either. Maybe at stock clocks they could be.

240hz is another story. You would see it. What is your monitor running? 60 in 1080p?

EDIT: I love Nvidia, but I would not shy away from looking at AMD 69xx cards. They really have some good ones.

EDIT 2: You are not going to believe this. I just looked at GPU-Z and it says mine are running x8 which is what they are supposed to run. When I first installed SLI Hack, GPU-Z said x4 for both. I also got a Windows pop-up stating the video cards could perform better if they were plugged into a faster PCIe slot. Now I am confused!

Nvidia UCP still has a suggestion to plug the cards into a faster PCI slot though. Maybe that is only suggesting x16.

CPU-Z says the same thing, x8. Hmm.


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post #14 of 39
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both in x8 ? hmm thats not too bad.

3% ? i probably wont be able to tell the difference.

i believe my monitor is a 60hz refresh rate at 1920 x 1080 . 1080p.

i've checked out the HD6950's / HD6970's kinda pricey for 1 card as is.

edit: did you insert your GTX 460's into 2 x x8 slots or 2 x x16 at the beginning ?
    
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I have 2 PCIe slots. Slot 1 always operates at x8 no matter what. Slot 2 can operate at x16 if I stick a VGA Switch Card into Slot 1. In other words, I can run 1 PCIe slot at x16 if I bridge the 2 slots together with the switch card.

So, x8 with 2 cards is what it is supposed to run at, even if it was SLI ready or I used AMD cards.

I would not worry about it. Even if it does downclock your PCIe slots, it will not affect your gaming. 3% with one card might in a few games though. Barely noticable.

I hear you on the prices of those AMD 69xx cards. Most of the benchmark results that show the 6950 or 6970 spanking the 560ti have a core clock of 900 versus a 560ti at 700. Not really an equal comparison! They are close at the same clock speeds. Close enough not to invest the extra money!
 
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yeah, not really that important if its by a small difference to invest my money on something like that
    
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I'm an EVGA guy myself - would go with the SC version. See sig, MADE IN USA.

The ASUS GTX 560ti DCII is a solid choice 2 slot card. MSI is also a good choice but in the 560 toss up I'd go ASUS.

As for cooling, yes better cooling gets better OC but we're talking 30Mhz difference at most. My EVGA 580 reference card gets 923Mhz so far and 580 Lightnings in the OC club on air get 950Mhz. Fyi.
     
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ASUS and MSI can do 1000MHz without problems, maybe with a little more voltage.
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EVGA, you buy the warranty so if you do go EVGA get an AR version

MSI and ASUS, you buy the cooler. Either one is great so it's up to you on which you prefer more.

Yes, the MSI and ASUS run alot cooler than the EVGA ones.
    
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Be aware, with the EVGA AR model you have to register it in the EVGA site max 15 days after you bought the GPU or the lifetime warranty will never apply.
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