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Poll Results: Which one should i get?

 
  • 3% (2)
    GTX560
  • 96% (50)
    GTX560ti
52 Total Votes  
post #11 of 32
I am running 560ti's in SLi and in my opinion they are the best bang for the buck multi gpu setup on the market. Especially if Nvidia is your preferred card....They spank pretty much anything....except for BF3 which puts up a HELL of a fight, but my CPU is limiting my GPU's in that game....so ya know.
post #12 of 32
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Originally Posted by xxlawman87xx;15538059 
I am running 560ti's in SLi and in my opinion they are the best bang for the buck multi gpu setup on the market. Especially if Nvidia is your preferred card....They spank pretty much anything....except for BF3 which puts up a HELL of a fight, but my CPU is limiting my GPU's in that game....so ya know.

Awesome reply. Thank you very much. I don't think it'll occur any problem with an i5 2500k. tongue.gif
post #13 of 32
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Originally Posted by xxlawman87xx;15538059 
I am running 560ti's in SLi and in my opinion they are the best bang for the buck multi gpu setup on the market. Especially if Nvidia is your preferred card....They spank pretty much anything....except for BF3 which puts up a HELL of a fight, but my CPU is limiting my GPU's in that game....so ya know.

Any Chance I could then get you to sell them to me ? biggrin.gif
Seriously looking for two 560Ti's for SLI since my 460 SLi setup is down. smile.gif
post #14 of 32
Well they are water cooled with heatkiller gpu x3's. If you would give me enough to buy a gtx 580 3gb hc2 then yea sure! Lol Hahahahahahahaha
Edited by xxlawman87xx - 11/1/11 at 9:26pm
post #15 of 32
A Ti is 10% faster at stock clocks. A GTX 560 at about 925 Mhz is as fast as a stock Ti. Of course a Ti can be overclocked as well - I'm aware of that. Either card in SLI is going to be damn fast. Just have to decide for yourself if two Ti's is worth $60-80 more for that set up.

Basically, yes there is a performance difference. Its not huge though:

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_560_TOP_Direct_Cu_II/27.html
Edited by Jeffredo - 11/2/11 at 1:17am
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Originally Posted by Jeffredo;15540334 
A Ti is 10% faster at stock clocks. A GTX 560 at about 925 Mhz is as fast as a stock Ti. Of course a Ti can be overclocked as well - I'm aware of that. Either card in SLI is going to be damn fast. Just have to decide for yourself if two Ti's is worth $60-80 more for that set up.

Basically, yes there is a performance difference. Its not huge though:

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_560_TOP_Direct_Cu_II/27.html

Yes and in the long run, it's the ti who will stay infront. tongue.gif
Thanks for the post. tongue.gif
post #17 of 32
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Originally Posted by Jeffredo;15540334 
A Ti is 10% faster at stock clocks. A GTX 560 at about 925 Mhz is as fast as a stock Ti. Of course a Ti can be overclocked as well - I'm aware of that. Either card in SLI is going to be damn fast. Just have to decide for yourself if two Ti's is worth $60-80 more for that set up.

Basically, yes there is a performance difference. Its not huge though:

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_560_TOP_Direct_Cu_II/27.html

Dont forget about the additional cuda cores! lol
post #18 of 32
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Originally Posted by Akihiko;15542039 
Yes and in the long run, it's the ti who will stay infront. tongue.gif
Thanks for the post. tongue.gif

If you keep them long enough for the extra 10% to actually make a difference in an SLI set up. Many here wouldn't. Again, only you can say whether its worth the extra money for two Ti's. One card isn't that much more, the difference for two is somewhat more substantial.
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post #20 of 32
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Originally Posted by Jeffredo;15544790 
If you keep them long enough for the extra 10% to actually make a difference in an SLI set up. Many here wouldn't. Again, only you can say whether its worth the extra money for two Ti's. One card isn't that much more, the difference for two is somewhat more substantial.

I understand. Thanks again Jeff. wink.gif
It's pretty much definite that i will be going for the SLI, so the bonus performance is worth it i guess. But still, if i run low on money. I'll just go with the non-ti. biggrin.gif
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