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Should I get Another 560Ti or a 570?

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I currently have a PNY GTX560Ti LINK! And im wondering what will be better for my system, buying another 560Ti and SLI them, or buying a 570. And will my power supply thandle it? Plus which one should i get? specs are in the sig.
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If this is for the rig in your sig then yeah, a HX650 will be able to handle a 570 or SLI 560s.

Personally if you already have a 560 it will be way more worth it to buy another 560 to SLI it. You will get much better performance out of the SLI than a single 570.

Just to give you a rough idea of performance. I currently run 2x 560s in SLI. I am able to run BF3 on full ultra settings with zero lag. A friend of mine plays BF3 on a single 570, again ultra but he gets some lag in big maps or areas with lots of smoke. Note, he also has AA turned off while mine is on.
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If you already have a 560ti then just get another one for sli. No point in jumping up just one level of card.
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I got 2 PNY gtx560ti.
your exact same cards in SLI.
They definitely destroy a single 570...beat a 580...
and they come come close to a 590 but no beans.
short story, get another 560ti.
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Get another 560.

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Originally Posted by brackberry;15598449 
If this is for the rig in your sig then yeah, a HX650 will be able to handle a 570 or SLI 560s.

Personally if you already have a 560 it will be way more worth it to buy another 560 to SLI it. You will get much better performance out of the SLI than a single 570.

Just to give you a rough idea of performance. I currently run 2x 560s in SLI. I am able to run BF3 on full ultra settings with zero lag. A friend of mine plays BF3 on a single 570, again ultra but he gets some lag in big maps or areas with lots of smoke. Note, he also has AA turned off while mine is on.

Ookie thanks biggrin.gif can i juyst get any 560Ti? Does the clock speeds, VRAM amount, etc have to match? Cause they dont sell the 560Ti i have anymore.
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Originally Posted by mhjl007;15599087 
Ookie thanks biggrin.gif can i juyst get any 560Ti? Does the clock speeds, VRAM amount, etc have to match? Cause they dont sell the 560Ti i have anymore.

Any 560Ti should work. You don't need to get a second one with the same clock speed, since they will both run at the speed of the slower card automatically. You can, of course, overclock them back up though smile.gif

One thing to note is that if they have different VRAM, then only the smaller amount of VRAM will be used, so getting a 2GB 560Ti would be a waste.
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Originally Posted by skinnysumo;15599269 
any 560ti should work. You don't need to get a second one with the same clock speed, since they will both run at the speed of the slower card automatically. You can, of course, overclock them back up though smile.gif

one thing to note is that if they have different vram, then only the smaller amount of vram will be used, so getting a 2gb 560ti would be a waste.

oh okie thanks :d
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