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I bought a Sparkle GeForce GTX 560 Ti a little over a year ago. It's a wonderful card, and still runs great. Only problem is it is starting to feel a bit behind the gaming curve, I find I can only get about 35-40FPS on brand new games on the highest settings. One thing you should know in advance is that I only have a single x16 PCI-E 2.0 slot on my motherboard. If I were to SLI, I would need to buy a new motherboard.

I bought the Sparkle (it's a reference card) GTX 560 Ti because Amazon had a sale back then to get the card for only $110. The one problem is that Sparkle discontinued its' production of the 560 Ti, so I'd have to find one somewhere else (unless I can go with another manufacturer? who also uses the reference design?)

Price VS. Performance, would it be a better idea to track down another Sparkle GTX 560 Ti? Assuming I could get it for under $200. Or simply buy a single GeForce GTX 660 Ti? Normally, I wouldn't have any doubts, but it seems 'wasteful' because the 560 Ti is still a powerful card, and will run BF3 on the highest settings at a solid 40FPS.
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Originally Posted by EliteGamer83 View Post

I bought a Sparkle GeForce GTX 560 Ti a little over a year ago. It's a wonderful card, and still runs great. Only problem is it is starting to feel a bit behind the gaming curve, I find I can only get about 35-40FPS on brand new games on the highest settings. One thing you should know in advance is that I only have a single x16 PCI-E 2.0 slot on my motherboard. If I were to SLI, I would need to buy a new motherboard.

I bought the Sparkle (it's a reference card) GTX 560 Ti because Amazon had a sale back then to get the card for only $110. The one problem is that Sparkle discontinued its' production of the 560 Ti, so I'd have to find one somewhere else (unless I can go with another manufacturer? who also uses the reference design?)

Price VS. Performance, would it be a better idea to track down another Sparkle GTX 560 Ti? Assuming I could get it for under $200. Or simply buy a single GeForce GTX 660 Ti? Normally, I wouldn't have any doubts, but it seems 'wasteful' because the 560 Ti is still a powerful card, and will run BF3 on the highest settings at a solid 40FPS.



whats your timetable to upgrade your current card, or buy a new one?

i would go with a new single card to replace the current one. then try to sell the current one. the 660Ti is a great card!
Edited by F1ynn - 1/23/13 at 7:58am
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The GTX560TI comes either with 1gb or 2gb.
This is to be considered, although its nothing major right now honestly.

If you are going with SLI you will need to pay additional costs for a new motherboard. I take it you would be getting the Z77 series.
Your Sandybridge will perform slightly better.

You will most likely pay the same expense for a GTX660TI in order to get both a new motherboard and a second GTX560TI

You have to ask yourself, Do I want to run two GPU's , it can cause some discomforts, think micostutter , extra heat , more noise , higher energy bill.

Its something to consider , however it does have its benefits, I myself have had a duel GPU set up two times. The first time with two 4870's in CF and the second time with GTX 260 216's in SLI. Then I got a GTX460 and now a 7970. I can't exactly remember micro stutter that much, but the GTX460 was a smooth ride that's for sure. It's subjective I cannot say if its affecting one person or the other. But keep this in mind.

I'd say that duel configurations aren't for everyone.

But if you really want to try it out, then go for it, you could just resell it again in a year if it turns out not your thing, and get the next series. thumb.gif
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your motherboard does not have two PCI-E 16x or 8x slots.

http://www.asrock.com/mb/overview.asp?cat=Specifications&Model=P67%20Pro3

so SLI is not an option. sell your GTX 560 Ti. if you prefer a Nvidia card i suggest you save up some money and go for GTX 670. the GTX 660 Ti is already beginning to show its age in latest games at max settings with MSAA.
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your motherboard does not have two PCI-E 16x or 8x slots.

http://www.asrock.com/mb/overview.asp?cat=Specifications&Model=P67%20Pro3

so SLI is not an option. sell your GTX 560 Ti. if you prefer a Nvidia card i suggest you save up some money and go for GTX 670. the GTX 660 Ti is already beginning to show its age in latest games at max settings with MSAA.

+1
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upgrade...Im in the same boat

I can get another 560Ti for cheap


but the VRAM is the factor here...all the new games use more than 1GB...so...
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I use a 560ti 448 core and was having this same dilemma. But after seeing the 660ti 3gb that supports 4 monitors I am going to go with that.
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I would sell the 560 ti and upgrade even with all the added performance of another 560 ti your still limited to 1gb of vram. Although vram is not a big issue right now in six months to a year I'm willing to bet 1gb will not cut it. Have you considered a Radeon HD 7950?
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Get the 660Ti, if you are from the US and have a frys store nearby, check the PNY GTX 660 TI its unbeatable at $219.99 AR too bad its in-store only. Also NCIX is selling PNY GTX 670s for $299 AR. 6 series keplar cards are a lot more efficient in every possible way compared to the 5 series fermi gpus, not just power consumption but they also perform better with higher anti-aliasing settings and resolutions.
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Get the 660Ti, if you are from the US and have a frys store nearby, check the PNY GTX 660 TI its unbeatable at $219.99 AR too bad its in-store only. Also NCIX is selling PNY GTX 670s for $299 AR. 6 series keplar cards are a lot more efficient in every possible way compared to the 5 series fermi gpus, not just power consumption but they also perform better with higher anti-aliasing settings and resolutions.

Ah, yes that is a shame. I live on the east cost, not a Fry's in sight. I did a little more digging, and given all the insightful comments by other people above, I think the best thing to do would be to go with a Kepler card. The Fermi is a power hog and doesn't help my energy bill at all.

Would say that PNY has a decent track record for graphics cards? For my next GPU I was kind of hoping to go with an EVGA card, I hear they are quite nice. I also think they are a bit over-priced as compared to the competition though.

I don't really follow the time-table of NVIDIA: how soon would oyu say the 600 series of GPU's will be obsolete? If there is a planned release within the next 6-9 months, I'd prefer to hang onto my 560 Ti at least in hopes of a price drop on the 600 series of a better (700 series?) card. Call me cheap, but a $300+ GPU is a big investment for a student like me at a low-paying job. tongue.gif
Edited by EliteGamer83 - 1/23/13 at 9:09am
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