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Caught that too. This is why I don't trust rumor. How would they release 900/1000MHz stock cards that would require some super binning/factory overvoltage.
Those 2 Gigabyte GTX560 Ti cards are not stock reference card.

From what I heard:
Reference GTX560 Ti card has 822 clock and performs faster than HD6950.

Many AICs have internally tested 900 which will on par with HD6970 and stock GTX570. [Obviously Gigabyte will release such an oc'ed version]

Latest development is that AICs have further tested 1000 and found it to surpass stock GTX570 by 5%. But the biggest news is that the price of such highly factory-overclocked version of GTX560 Ti is around 2000-2100 Yuan only, much lower than price of GTX570. [This is in consistent with the OP's]

So, this means GTX560 Ti will not only affect HD6950/6970 but will also affect reference GTX570. And, as planned, when the inventory of reference GTX570s is cleared by the end of this month, various factory overclocked non-reference versions of GTX570 will appear in the market (eg Gainward Phantom), in order to further separate the GTX570 from the GTX560 Ti.
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NVIDIA was just hurt bad. The 6950 is better for a lower cost but that's just the cost in China. It might change for the USA. I'm looking forward to the 7000 series vs the 600 series more. Sorry NVIDIA but you guys lost this time in terms of performance per dollar.
To bad you actually have no idea what your talking about. Lol at you thinking nvidia have lost the price/performance war.
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I remember playing RTCW on a Geforce 3 Ti 200. Anyway remember the crappy MX series?
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NVIDIA was just hurt bad. The 6950 is better for a lower cost but that's just the cost in China. It might change for the USA. I'm looking forward to the 7000 series vs the 600 series more. Sorry NVIDIA but you guys lost this time in terms of performance per dollar.
fanboy?
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Those 2 Gigabyte GTX560 Ti cards are not stock reference card.

From what I heard:
Reference GTX560 Ti card has 822 clock and performs faster than HD6950.

Many AICs have internally tested 900 which will on par with HD6970 and stock GTX570. [Obviously Gigabyte will release such an oc'ed version]

Latest development is that AICs have further tested 1000 and found it to surpass stock GTX570 by 5%. But the biggest news is that the price of such highly factory-overclocked version of GTX560 Ti is around 2000-2100 Yuan only, much lower than price of GTX570. [This is in consistent with the OP's]

So, this means GTX560 Ti will not only affect HD6950/6970 but will also affect reference GTX570. And, as planned, when the inventory of reference GTX570s is cleared by the end of this month, various factory overclocked non-reference versions of GTX570 will appear in the market (eg Gainward Phantom), in order to further separate the GTX570 from the GTX560 Ti.
If it is faster than the 6950 at stock, it will piss off a lot of GTX570 owners. The 6950 is only 10% slower than the GTX570.

"faster than the 6950" would mean it performs the same as the GTX570
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Does not change the fact that the 570 has its benefits. More mem more rops more shaders...etc. These help in maintaining smoother gameplay at 1920x1080 res. Even if the 560 gives higher avg fps, the 570 will have higher min. Its the same story of OC 460 and stock 470.
So in memory heavy games the 570 will win...in other games that are not that taxing the oc-ed 560 might win.
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just like u can overclock a 460 to outperform a 470.... same thing with these 560s being better than 570.
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I better be able to get a 560 for $250 or under. If not, the release of this better drive down prices for other cards. I need something soon.
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I better be able to get a 560 for $250 or under. If not, the release of this better drive down prices for other cards. I need something soon.
They started appearing on google shopping results recently. It looks like the best you can hope for early on is ~$260.
    
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I remember playing RTCW on a Geforce 3 Ti 200. Anyway remember the crappy MX series?
i also had a GF3 ti200 once. it was a fantastic card at the time.
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