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560 ti question

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So, I'm finally buying the rest of my parts tonight for my new build. I've decided to hold off on dropping a lot of cash on a gpu with the new keplars coming out in the next few months, so I decided to go with a 560ti to tide me over, microcenter is currently havign a sale on them and I was wondering if I should go with the gigabyte card or the EVGA superclocked card, both are 250 bucks and they both seem to be factory overclocked. I'm not really familiar with the nvidia cards, i've only owned ati for the past 8 or 9 years. Any info is appreciated
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560Ti will run pretty much anything at 1080p quite well.

Mine has been stable and fast, plus if you get one with a good cooler, its silent and cool thumb.gif
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The 560 Ti is a solid card, I consider it the best 'bang for your buck card' next to the 448 core edition. If you do buy the EVGA model we offer a step-up program in the first 90 days of purchase if you also buy the extended warranty for the card (http://www.evga.com/support/stepup/). This program allows you to pay the difference between your card and a higher performing card if you want a little extra horse power. Even if you decide to go with another manufacturer I would still highly recommend the 560 Ti or 560 Ti 448 core edition for a solid budget card.
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