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What is a good 2gb 560?
    
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Yes they would but I would see if whatever specific program you intend on using can A) recognize and take advantage of more than one card, and B) wouldn't benefit from more than a gig of VRAM. If both of those are yes then SLI 560ti would be a great choice, if the program you use could not take advantage of two cards or could use more than 1 Gb of VRAM then the 3Gb Lightning may in fact make more sense.
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I think this really come down to the two questions I advised you to get answers to in my post above, because if you can utilize two cards and don't need more than 1Gb of VRAM then 560ti SLI is a great choice. If you can't utilize two cards and might want more than 1Gb of VRAM then the 3Gb Lightning would be best. I don't see a whole lot that you stand to gain from anything in between those two options.
I really hope you've read and looked into the two questions I said you need to consider, because like I said I don't see there being a strong argument for any sort of middle ground between the two options I recommended. I could be wrong but you need to get answers for yourself to those two questions before you can really decide what would work best for you.
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>.> 560Ti + AXP + 1030 overclock on core = win! My card is actually faster tahn a reference 570
 
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So's the Lightning.


LOl, just messing with ya, but trust me you don't want to come back with how much you paid for yours because then I'll tell you what I paid for mine.
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my choice would be 2 560's great cards and im sure you would get near 980mhz easy in sli thats nearly the power of 2 570's stock
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SLI 560ti would be the obvious choice, however, the weak VRMs on the 570 may be something of the past, no recent deaths, may be a revised version, the twin froz II 570 may be had for a good price if you can find one in the f/s section. If you can pick one up for a few bucks more than a 560ti then i'd say go for it, you have the option of tri sli in the future.
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What is a good 2gb 560?
EVGA 560Ti 2gb

If you live in USA, there is the Palit 560Ti 2gb or anywhere else, there is the Gainward version
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>.> 560Ti + AXP + 1030 overclock on core = win! My card is actually faster tahn a reference 570
You keep saying this, but refused to have a bench off with me the other day. Comparing your overclocked score to those numbers you read in reviews its not the best way to conclude that it is faster.. Not doubting it can be faster, dammit I just want to see it... And no that doesn't mean link me to a gtx 560 review..
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I really hope you've read and looked into the two questions I said you need to consider, because like I said I don't see there being a strong argument for any sort of middle ground between the two options I recommended. I could be wrong but you need to get answers for yourself to those two questions before you can really decide what would work best for you.
Thats what im already planning. I added the 2nd 560 to my list already. I was just checking around for other options. I think ive got my final list, as long as I have everything I need.

I just want to see if running 2 2gb 560 ti in SLI would be better than the 2 560 ti hawks
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