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post #11 of 33
I am little disapointed with this card. I thought it will be better than the newest 448 core and my use next generation tech.
post #12 of 33
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just as worthless as that 7770 tbh.

thats the point.

It's nVidias counter to the 7770.
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no you noobz its the gtx460 se. doh.gif notice the same 288 cuda cores teaching.gif
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its a re badged gtx 460 se, just a crippled card. the original gtx 460 1gb beats it like no tomorrow
Edited by TheBirdman74 - 2/28/12 at 8:42am
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I can't tell from the pictures, what are the pci-e power plugs for this?
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Probably one 6 pin.
    
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I am sure that a GTX 560 SE is in the works (Similar to the GTX460 SE of yore), but I am not convinced that their pictures are evident of its final design. One odd feature is that the dual 6-pin power connections face away from the motherboard... which is not a typical configuration for such a short card. Speaking of shortness, I find its degree of stubiness odd as well, considering that the GTX 550 Ti PCB is longer. They also claim it sports 2 6-pin power connections, which should not be required for a card of this spec.

They have pictured a Galaxy card, so anything's possible with them, but I imagine the reference design will look identical to the GTX560.
    
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post #17 of 33
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Well it looks like its basically a downclocked 560. Get sufficient cooling on the VRMs and die and you should probably be able to get 560 performances with OC...
It's got 288 CUDA cores to the GeForce GTX 560 Ti's 384, and it's missing a quarter of the bus width too. You won't reach the same performance simply by overclocking it.

I think they've made way too many GeForce GTX 560 numbered GPUs. In my opinion, there should be no more than two (maybe three) GPUs with the same number that aren't the same. Once you have more, it's time to find a new number. Had they named the GeForce GTX 550 Ti a GeForce GTS 550 like they should have done, this could be the GeForce GTX (or GTS) 550 Ti (if it outperforms it; I admittedly didn't check).
Edited by Princess Garnet - 2/28/12 at 9:10am
post #18 of 33
Who would buy this over the 7770?



Power consumption for 7770 ~100W

Power consumption for 560 SE ~200W


thumb.gif Nvidia
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Who would buy this over the 7770?
Power consumption for 7770 ~100W
Power consumption for 560 SE ~200W
thumb.gif Nvidia

Those consumption estimates are off, for one. A GTX560 Ti has a TDP of 170w. The GTX560 is at 150w. A down-clocked, nerfed GTX560 should come in around 130-140w. That said, the HD7770 hovers around 80w. They certainly won't compete in terms of efficiency, but that's less of an issue for semi-informed buyers who resonate more strongly with the nVidia brand. It ultimately comes down to price and approximate performance level for them. This is more of a stop-gap until lower and mid-range 28nm parts are released to compete at the HD7770's price point.

Side-note: WCCF isn't the best of sources as far as I'm concerned... they usually just repackage articles from other sites :/
    
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Those consumption estimates are off, for one. A GTX560 Ti has a TDP of 170w. The GTX560 is at 150w. A down-clocked, nerfed GTX560 should come in around 130-140w. That said, the HD7770 hovers around 80w. They certainly won't compete in terms of efficiency, but that's less of an issue for semi-informed buyers who resonate more strongly with the nVidia brand. It ultimately comes down to price and approximate performance level for them. This is more of a stop-gap until lower and mid-range 28nm parts are released to compete at the HD7770's price point.
Side-note: WCCF isn't the best of sources as far as I'm concerned... they usually just repackage articles from other sites :/

Not sure they are off but I was just taking the ~200W figure from the source link (I see now that its more like 144W - my bad, read the figure for 560 by mistake ) and the ~100W figure from a random search of a recent review on google....

but, you know TDP does not equal power consumption though, right?


EDIT:

A bit off topic: Im not an AMD fan boy and in fact own an INTEL/NVIDIA system but I always find it funny that
a lot of people say that power consumption matters a lot when comparing Intel/AMD but not so much for AMD/Nvidia ...... biased much?
Edited by Alchemist07 - 2/28/12 at 9:34am
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