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@darylese yeah. I love them. For bf3 i run stock and still max it out with 80+ fps. For benching i run @ 1.149 v and clocks of 950/2200. For 24/7 i run at 1.137 v and 935/2100. These cards are leaps and bounds better than my 460s im very glad i made the plunge and snagged these.

Theyre like the 460s of the 500 series. Price wise just right for the sheer performance you get. If you hit 900/2100 you are looking at stock 580 performance for a good chunk of change cheaper.
post #102 of 2759
got me a 2500k this morning, couldn't afford an aftermarket cooler though so going with a mild 4ghz oc for now.
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2500k560448.jpg

graphics score 6656
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GTX 570 TF3 http://www.vortez.net/articles_pages/msi_gtx570_1280mb_power_edition_oc_review,6.html
GTX 560ti 448 TF3 http://www.vortez.net/articles_pages/msi_gtx560_448_ti_power_edition_review,6.html
Scroll down on each links to see that the 570 uses hynix chips and the 560ti 448 uses samsung.
That isn't what we're debating. He said that Samsung memory is inferior to Hynix.
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got me a 2500k this morning, couldn't afford an aftermarket cooler though so going with a mild 4ghz oc for now.

Wow have you seen an improvement in the performance of your computer?
Edited by Visa Declined - 12/14/11 at 10:17am
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score 6656

What's your core? With an i5 @ 4.0ghz, I think you should be scoring a little higher, no?
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seems normal after looking at similar systems on futuremarks database and outside of benchmarks i havn't done anything lol

http://3dmark.com/search?resultTypeId=232&linkedDisplayAdapters=1&cpuModelId=1199&chipsetId=757

besides for recorded scores i hold the lead
Edited by TheSandman - 12/14/11 at 10:25am
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Nevermind - your right.. I thought I had seen some scores around 6900 @ 4.2ghz i5, but I was mistaken.. redface.gif
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I'm not going to do anything and report back.
You made a claim, I asked you to back it up. It's pretty obvious you're not going to.

lol trolling much?


Look at some 560/570GTX benchmarks with Hynix or Samsung chips and you will see what i mean, im not gonna link 10 different reviews.

Anyway this is my last reply to your 560TI 448core ownz all xD

gl and dont kill it so soon.
Edited by TheHunter - 12/14/11 at 12:22pm
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impressive results for 560ti 448 cores and they're only $300.
My msi gtx 480 lightnings are only little bit better than these, but consumes a lot more power. If new amd 7000 series aren't good enough, I might grab a evga 560ti 448 classified.
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impressive results for 560ti 448 cores and they're only $300.
My msi gtx 480 lightnings are only little bit better than these, but consumes a lot more power. If new amd 7000 series aren't good enough, I might grab a evga 560ti 448 classified.

these are limited run cards they may not be around past january
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