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GTX560 SLI - Ti or Not ti

Poll Results: Which one should i get?

 
  • 3% (2)
    GTX560
  • 96% (50)
    GTX560ti
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post #1 of 32
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Hi,
I would like to ask if there is a big difference between the GTX560ti and the GTX560. I am planning to buy two for SLI for games like BF3 and Skyrim etc...
I'd prefer buying the GTX560 since it's cheaper but, i would like to know whether the performance provided the ti version is worth it or not?

Thank you.
post #2 of 32
Buy the 560 Ti's. Their performance increase is worth it. Since you're going with SLI, try to get two external exhausting. EE is better in SLI than internal exhaust because all the heat is being pulled away from the two cards, instead of one cards heat adding to another cards heat.
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there is quite a bit of performance difference between the two. What resolution do you game at ? the need for more vram is causing lots of people to shy away from these cards. also, there is an updated 560ti releasing soon. it will be about 15% faster than the current version. perhaps check up on that and see how it goes.
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If you're planning to go long term with something, its better to prepare the best choice cause In the future, it wont be anymore.

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post #5 of 32
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Originally Posted by poizone View Post
Buy the 560 Ti's. Their performance increase is worth it. Since you're going with SLI, try to get two external exhausting. EE is better in SLI than internal exhaust because all the heat is being pulled away from the two cards, instead of one cards heat adding to another cards heat.
I was going for the MSI Twin Frozr II but i guess i'll take the EVGA instead since it's EE.
Thank you very much for having pointed that out.

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Originally Posted by danielwiley View Post
there is quite a bit of performance difference between the two. What resolution do you game at ? the need for more vram is causing lots of people to shy away from these cards. also, there is an updated 560ti releasing soon. it will be about 15% faster than the current version. perhaps check up on that and see how it goes.
So, there is actually quite some performance difference. Hmm. Ti it is them. x_x
Thanks for the heads up.

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Originally Posted by gerickjohn View Post
If you're planning to go long term with something, its better to prepare the best choice cause In the future, it wont be anymore.

GTX 560Ti.
Thank you. ^^
post #6 of 32
I love my 560 Tis in SLI, but it is true that depending on what settings you like to use, and what resolution you game at (for certain games), the 1 GB of vram can be limiting. BF3 and Crysis 2 with the texture pack and DX11 are two that can devour vram with high settings.
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post #7 of 32
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I love my 560 Tis in SLI, but it is true that depending on what settings you like to use, and what resolution you game at (for certain games), the 1 GB of vram can be limiting. BF3 and Crysis 2 with the texture pack and DX11 are two that can devour vram with high settings.
I am currently connected to my tv with a VGA to VGA cable on my 9800GT. I had to resort to VGA since the HDMI wouldn't work because of some problem with the frequency that it was sending to the tv. Anyways, because of that my resolution is limited to 1360 x 768. As for settings, the higher; the better.
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Should be ideal for 1920x1080 gaming. anything higher would require more VRAM.
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post #9 of 32
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Originally Posted by BankaiKiller View Post
Should be ideal for 1920x1080 gaming. anything higher would require more VRAM.
Sweet. I think that'll satisfy me.
Thanks for the input.
post #10 of 32
A GTX560 Non Ti = Overclocked GTX 460 1GB (336 Cuda Cores)
GTX560Ti = 384 Cuda Cores
Get the GTX560Ti Sir
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