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well if you want to get a Ti version I'd wait till Nvidia releases their latest version of the Ti. But honestly I love those 560's they are powerful.
I am enjoying my 560, greatly. I love the color scheme they used on it. It compliments my BIOSTAR motherboard, G.SKILL RAM and red LED fans very well.
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Well the Ti version is only about 10% faster in games so it isnt worth the exta 50 dollars, imo. But yes, you should wait for the new 565 or whatever it's going to be called.
Actually it's already out, EVGA made one, retail price is around $500 something I think, saw it somewhere here in the forums.
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Actually it's already out, EVGA made one, retail price is around $500 something I think, saw it somewhere here in the forums.
Yeah... I'd probably never spend $500.00 on a GPU.
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If it's seriously $500 then I bet their trying to get people to buy the 580s at that price point.
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Well the Ti version is only about 10% faster in games so it isnt worth the exta 50 dollars, imo. But yes, you should wait for the new 565 or whatever it's going to be called.

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Actually it's already out, EVGA made one, retail price is around $500 something I think, saw it somewhere here in the forums.
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If it's seriously $500 then I bet their trying to get people to buy the 580s at that price point.

N0ypi no is not lol. There is a new 560 Ti with more shaders coming out.

The dual 560 Ti is called the 560Ti2WIN just like the 460 2WIN edition

A reference to the new 448 shader 560 Ti - http://techreport.com/discussions.x/21890

Its just the GTX 260 scenario all over again dont get a Single board SLi and this confused.
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If it's seriously $500 then I bet their trying to get people to buy the 580s at that price point.
Most likely. The only scenario I could think of where I would spend $500.00 on a GPU is if it was future proof for like the next ten years. Hahah.
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