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2x GTX 460 1GB Cyclones = $310-320 (based on last night open box and current used prices/sales)
2x GTX 560s = ~$470-550 (based on current speculation
GTX 580 = $500-530

A single GTX 570 is similar in price as what you have for two GTX 460s, if you consider a used one or open box/on sale.

How do you think it would compare in terms of performance? Maybe slightly below the SLI 460s? You put the SLI 460s slightly above the 480, and the 570 is equal, maybe slightly better than the 480, right? So this might also be a nice single card solution for those who prefer that.

I'm feeling the 570 personally, just waiting for a decent deal on one. But if the 560 is better for the money, I'll consider it for sure.

Correct me if I'm way off..
post #82 of 86
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460s are going to be monster performance for money if you wanna grab a pair for under 300 now..

Im seeing benchmarks that put a high clocking pair of 460s up against the 580 at stock in some scenarios.... beating the 480 every time...

Like that deal last night on the 460 cyclones open box... think about it

2x GTX 460 1GB Cyclones = $310-320 (based on last night open box and current used prices/sales)
2x GTX 560s = ~$470-550 (based on current speculation
GTX 580 = $500-530

If you just running 1680x1050/1920x1080... 460s are pretty enticing right now... Its pretty awesome that there isnt a generation gap in technology in terms of dx support and nvidia surround...

I think im going to run a pair of 460s for a few months and see where the 500 series prices are then.
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If the price, performance and power draw is right...GTX 560's in SLI may be my next set-up.
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I had 2 x GTX460's in SLI and run 1 GTX570 now (1 on each comp for now). I think the 460 SLI was faster. I know it was faster in Crysis by 10-15FPS, 45 VS 55-60. I am not a benchmark runner so i can't give you that kind of data. 2 GTX 460 SLI 768 cards are a very good deal right now IMO.
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post #85 of 86
So is the GTX 560 faster than the GTX 470 ?

If that's the case it would like what ? 10% slower than a GTX 570 ? Seems a bit unlikely.
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^^ No, I think the 470 will still be faster then the 560. If it's anything like the 570 vs 480 then maybe not by much. My guess would be maybe 10% faster for the 470 over the 560.

This way it would keep the usually performance gaps between 560-570-580. To me it's looking like the 500 series is about ~15-20% better than the 400 series. I.e. 570 is ~20% better than 470, 580 is ~15% than 480, and the 560 will likely follow suit somewhere in that range vs the 460.

Keep in mind this is just guessing.
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