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post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by Jae Tao;12165951 
lol... i like this quote. my gtx 570 gets wayyy better performance than any stock 580. I get 37000 score on tessmark with my highest overclock!

I downclocked it however, because I am using stock cooling, and now I still get 35,500. still better than a gtx 580. biggrin.gif

570s are awesome

Kinda pointless comment as the 580 overclocks like stink way beyond the performance of what a 570 can obtain also heavily overclocked.
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Originally Posted by rainmaker;12165922 
Get 2 560's for the price of 1 580 = PROFIT!

This guy knows what's up.
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Originally Posted by Booty Warrior;12167176 
This guy knows what's up.

Yea for people that dont mind dual GPS's its a def win
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post #14 of 20
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Originally Posted by th3illusiveman;12165781 
Higher Mhz =/= Faster Card
The GTX580 has more memory and more Unified Shaders and is therefore more powerful Clock for clock then the GTX560

The GTX580 is and forever will be Much faster then a GTX560 could ever be. The GTX570...not soo much.

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even with the release of the 560, the 570 is still great for $350 ($270 open box from newegg recently = unbeatable value)

most, if not all, 570's OC past stock 580 performance
post #15 of 20
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Originally Posted by koven;12167243 
most, if not all, 570's OC past stock 580 performance

You guys really need to discuss OC vs OC not OC vs Stock.

You cant get a 570 to touch a 580 both heavily overclocked, and once you go water.....
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I would gander to say that in terms of shader performance clock for clock (given the same number of cores) GF114 is more powerful than GF110. The strength of GF100/GF110 was, and is, its tremendous compute power, but if GF114 could be scaled to 512 CUDA cores it would likely be more powerful.
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post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by Battleneter;12167278 
You guys really need to discuss OC vs OC not OC vs Stock.

You cant get a 570 to touch a 580 both heavily overclocked, and once you go water.....

well obviously

my point was, assuming a 560 can OC past stock 570 performance, nvidia's pricing is spot-on for 5xx
post #18 of 20
Assuming you can get close to a 1000mhz core clock and a 2000mhz shader clock then yes, GTX560 = roughly a stock GTX570. But not if you overclock the GTX570. Should get some 14% of extra performance out of an overclocked GTX570 compared to an overclocked GTX560. And that's assuming you get close to those 1000mhz/2000mhz core/shader clocks on the 560.
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post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by rainmaker;12165922 
Get 2 560's for the price of 1 580 = PROFIT!

Your doing it wrong...

1.Get 2 560's for the price of 1 580
2.SLI them
3.????
4.PROFIT!
    
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Originally Posted by TickleMeElmo;12167300 
I would gander to say that in terms of shader performance clock for clock (given the same number of cores) GF114 is more powerful than GF110. The strength of GF100/GF110 was, and is, its tremendous compute power, but if GF114 could be scaled to 512 CUDA cores it would likely be more powerful.

I don't think it's so much that each shader is more powerful on GF104, but rather that more of them can be kept occupied at any given moment due to the superscalar thread-dispatching architecture deployed on this chip. I suppose to the proverbial naked-eye it looks like each core is more powerful, but it's not really quite true wink.gif

And technically, there's no way to scale GF1x4 chips to 512 cores. Scaling it up will always result in some multiple of 48 cores ... If they ever do scale it up, it would almost certainly be a 768 core chip. Although I'd guess a 576 core chip based on GF1x4 SM's would be possible, but it'd end up shaped even more like a bar of soap than GF1x4 chips already do. Not sure how that'd do, thermally-speaking.
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