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Originally Posted by coachmark2 View Post

According to Anandtech, a GTX 670 pulls about 30 fps on Crysis Warhead at 2560 where dual 560ti cards can get 46 frames. At 1920, the 560ti SLI pulls further ahead.

I'm going to have to run this bench myself -- having a hard time believing these numbers. wackosmiley.gif
Edited by stahlhart - 12/8/12 at 6:25pm
post #12 of 16
Grab another 560 for SLI goodness mate. People say that a single card solution is better but I have had not one problem with my 570s running on 1920x1080 and the FPS is through the roof. GO 4 IT. thumb.gif
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by stahlhart 
Citation needed.
Are the 560s in question the 1Gb or 2Gb variants?

As requested: 560ti SLI: Crysis 2560 at 45.8 fps
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/441

GTX 670 at 2560 Cysis 29.5 fps
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/598


I'm almost certain that the 560ti's they tested are the 2GB variant, but it's not listed.
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My 460s in sli ran everything at max settings without AA at 1080p the 560tis are better and would be great for 1080 however the 1gb of ram will limit you down the road so in this case sell the 560ti and opt for a stronger card with more vram maybe 7870 or 7950 depending on what your card sells for
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As requested: 560ti SLI: Crysis 2560 at 45.8 fps
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/441
GTX 670 at 2560 Cysis 29.5 fps
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/598
I'm almost certain that the 560ti's they tested are the 2GB variant, but it's not listed.

Somewhat believable because some benches show that 460s could beat a 580 so why can't two 560tis beat a 670?
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As requested: 560ti SLI: Crysis 2560 at 45.8 fps
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/441
GTX 670 at 2560 Cysis 29.5 fps
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/598
I'm almost certain that the 560ti's they tested are the 2GB variant, but it's not listed.

You'd think that it would almost have to be. I don't own a 1600p panel, but here's what I get at 1200p with one of mine:



I've got the HD mod for Warhead installed, and Afterburner showed about 1.5Gb in use during the runs -- I'm not sure if that's skewing the numbers compared to how AT had the game installed. I should probably reinstall it with default textures and measure again.

I guess if I really wanted it to be apples to apples, I'd have to downclock my 670 to reference as well.
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