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Originally Posted by Gouzlan View Post
Not to mention if some of the parts are defective he can switch them out at the store instead of waiting another week for an RMA to happen....

On another note, I have heard a lot of good things about the 560Ti. Just make sure the MOBO is sli compatible and you should be set.
Thank you for understanding some reasoning ^^

But i was thinking of running over to Fry's tomorrow since I'm in Vegas... see if they have anything better and cheaper.
post #22 of 31
The 580 is ~30% faster than the 560 Ti.



If your 560 TI does more than 1000MHz core, you can get performance somewhere between the 570 and 580 (stock), but obviously those cards can be OC'd as well.

Whether paying double for a 30% increase in performance is worth it is up to you of course.
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Yes and one day shipping usually means it ships from their warehouse in one day, not how long it takes to get to his house... hence why i would rather put up with people that don't know a thing or two about Pc's and pay more then I'm supposed to.
Wrong, 1 day shipping is 1 day shipping, as long as its ordered during a business day and usually before 6pm their time.
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sure.. just put 20 more and youre set..
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no not a chance

theirs no way a GPU 1/2 the price even highly overclocked will be as fast
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no not a chance

theirs no way a GPU 1/2 the price even highly overclocked will be as fast
I know it wont be as fast, i was just wondering if GTX 560 ti SLi would atleast be able to come close to it, OC or not.
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No it cannot compete, the 580 is the fastest single gpu in the world. However, a 560 ti is usually half the price.
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post #28 of 31
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I know it wont be as fast, i was just wondering if GTX 560 ti SLi would atleast be able to come close to it, OC or not.
560 Ti SLI is much faster than a single 580.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/geforc...i-sli-review/1
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My bad boy beats a stock 570 So if you managed to really overclock then yeah, but not happening.
 
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When I see a thead like this I think: what matters most is the target resolution you want to drive. Does is really matter that a 580 can drive a game at 100 fps on a 1920x1080 when a 560 ti can hit a solid 65 fps with the same setup? IMO a 580 is a waste of money unless you need to drive 1920x1200 or larger resolutions. Some seem to forget about this balance with buying monitors or graphics cards: match your monitor with what the gcard can handle and visa versa. That's what really matters.
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