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post #21 of 29
My vote is with the 570
Saves you from possible scaling issues with games and other issues that can arise with dual cards
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post #22 of 29
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Originally Posted by Chuckclc View Post

Even more reason to get the GTX 570. Because it will overclock to 580 levels. And if it cant the GTX 560Ti 448 core will definitely hit 580 and above levels with an OC. And one card is always better.

So are you saying the 560 ti is maybe better? than the 570 by using the word "definitely"?
That just confused my a little cause I was thinking of getting a 560ti just for something in the meantime till kepler
post #23 of 29
CrossFire is garbage.

So is SLI.

Single-cards win every time. Microstutter-free, buttery-smooth gameplay. 40 FPS on a single GPU feels better than 60 FPS on a multi-GPU.
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Okay now there is a new decision to make (seeing that dual GPU's are "aweful")

I'm stuck between a 560ti or a 570
Both with a 320 bit 1280Mb Vram

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121432&Tpk=asus%20570
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121480

It's not the stock performance, it's the overclock performance ratio to value. And seeing that the DCII aftermarket cooling has proven itself over the years than getting high clocks should not be a problem.
post #25 of 29
when are 78x0's out? that would probably be by far the best choise you can make...
post #26 of 29
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Originally Posted by Tybotikus View Post

Okay now there is a new decision to make (seeing that dual GPU's are "aweful")
I'm stuck between a 560ti or a 570
Both with a 320 bit 1280Mb Vram
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121432&Tpk=asus%20570
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121480
It's not the stock performance, it's the overclock performance ratio to value. And seeing that the DCII aftermarket cooling has proven itself over the years than getting high clocks should not be a problem.

The 560 Ti 448 is within ~5% of the 570 on a per-clock basis; at the same clocks the 570 shouldn't be much more than 5-10% ahead. Since they both use the same base GPU core (GF104, same as in GTX 580) and similar PCBs and VRM circuitry their overclocks will be roughly the same as one another.

Save $50 and get the Ti 448.
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post #27 of 29
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So are you saying the 560 ti is maybe better? than the 570 by using the word "definitely"?
That just confused my a little cause I was thinking of getting a 560ti just for something in the meantime till kepler

The 560Ti 448 core not the 560Ti. I said "definitely" because almost everyone is getting 900-950 core on the 560Ti 448 core. And it very good power phase support as well. Runs very cool too. Some are getting 900mhz at stock or very close to stock volts.
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The 560 Ti 448 is within ~5% of the 570 on a per-clock basis; at the same clocks the 570 shouldn't be much more than 5-10% ahead. Since they both use the same base GPU core (GF104, same as in GTX 580) and similar PCBs and VRM circuitry their overclocks will be roughly the same as one another.
Save $50 and get the Ti 448.

Starting to lean towards it, That $50 could be saving me in the future. Or maybe more upgrades...? And again this is just to use for a short while until Kepler comes out because this HD5450 is very annoying. Makes me wish I can take my 5870m and put it in my desktop. mad.gif
post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by Chuckclc View Post

The 560Ti 448 core not the 560Ti. I said "definitely" because almost everyone is getting 900-950 core on the 560Ti 448 core. And it very good power phase support as well. Runs very cool too. Some are getting 900mhz at stock or very close to stock volts.

Thank you for explaining that, confused me for a bit but now I feel like going 560 ti just because the money saved smile.gif
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