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post #11 of 18
That's a steal for 180 since it's a Ti, get on it fast.
post #12 of 18
it says $280 not $180 and its a 560ti not just a 560.

EDIT: im too tired now, im going lol, yeah grab it, $180 for a 560ti is pretty good.
Edited by munaim1 - 7/22/11 at 8:59pm
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post #13 of 18
i would rather get a 460 over a 560.. 560's are weak. The 560 ti on the other hand is better but if you want something like a 560 ti try to find a 470.
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That is a Ti, jach11.

I say good deal, although I don't know how hot PNY ones run.
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OH! OP Said 560 though... people have to learn to post the full thing...
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i would rather get a 460 over a 560.. 560's are weak. The 560 ti on the other hand is better but if you want something like a 560 ti try to find a 470.
A 560 is faster than a 470 at stock, therefor the 560 is much faster than a 460. Yes, the non-Ti model is faster than a 470 at stock. Look it up.

It shouldn't matter what he goes for. Heck, going for a GTX 460 SE would yield huge improvements over his current GTS 250.
     
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The GTX 560Ti is a steal for $180 if that's what your getting it for. Great deal and compared to what you have currently it's like night and day performance. A lot of bang for your buck and a no brainer.

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OH! OP Said 560 though... people have to learn to post the full thing...
LOL My bad i just noticed.


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The GTX 560Ti is a steal for $180 if that's what your getting it for. Great deal and compared to what you have currently it's like night and day performance. A lot of bang for your buck and a no brainer.

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