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post #11 of 14
560 non Ti is literally like throwing away $50 at full retail price compared to a 460 and 560 Ti.

And welcome to OCN.
post #12 of 14
Great choice,,,, you will love it
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Certainly, you'd see a nice performance gain. The PSU is ready for it
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A GTX 560 is substantially better than a GT 520. Their difference is like night-vs-day.

And, welcome to OCN!
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I wouldn't get it if it's not a 560ti. Its basically an overpriced 460. Go with a 460 instead. The 560ti is worth it, though.

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Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that. I just assumed it was the Ti
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Agreed, the 560Ti is the way to go. More overclockable than the 560 too. I love mine.
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Originally Posted by haza1981 View Post
Yes deffinatley a good upgrade
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Originally Posted by lagittaja View Post
Definately!
560Ti is an awesome card
Good cards are DCII from Asus, TFII and Hawk from MSI, SOC from Gigabyte and so on.
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i am with the above posts. get the 560ti over the 560.
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but, if you need to save the money, get the 460 instead of the 560.
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^^ wow thanks a bunch guys... and thank you also for welcoming me ^^.... then it looks like the 560Ti is far greater.....then i will go to 560Ti ^^ thanks again guys...\\m/(^,^)\\m/
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If I'm seeing your system correctly, I'd say you definitely need at least 4 gb of ram if you plan to play modern pc games.

Edit: Didn't see OP where you said you have 4.
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