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Should I go SLI with 560 ti?

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Hi

As you can see from my rig, have a 560 TI which I purchased recently.

Now, I usually play MMO's, and mainly Aion, with everything maxed, can give some FPS drops from time to time..

My CPU is currently at 3.8ghz, game is running on SSD - and was wondering, how much difference would the addition of another 560 TI make to the games performance?

Thank you
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i know for a fact that a 2600K @4.6GHz + 560Ti SLI destroys all @1920x1080.......Crysis 2 as high as possible+DX11+HiResTextures= 70 to 90FPS........even BF3 on Ultra 4XAA 64Server rarely dips into 40s..........you'll notice a big difference in games which support SLI
    
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Is it the 1GB or 2GB model?
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1GB
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I love my 560ti's in sli they destroy most titles even at 1920x1200. Go for the with sli setup and never look back you will be amazed by the performance increase.

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I has 560ti sli and they were very strong. Only thing is FPS drops on BF3 all ultra cause of only 1Gb memory
 
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Originally Posted by ma2k5 View Post

1GB

I have pondered this question for myself for awhile now. here is my conclusion.

2 SLI 1GB 560TI's with crush most everything at 1080P.
But if you every go Surround the 1GB with be very little overall.
The same with games like BF3 or Skyrim. The 1GB isn't enough for the loads and size of ultra textures and heaps of mod textures.

I plan on selling my 1GB 560TI sometime in the future when I go Surround or Eyefinity just for the reasons I listed above.
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