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Do all the 560's pass HD Audio (Dolby TrueHD, DTS Master Audio) over HDMI?
yes absolutely.....
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Awesome. Ok, 1 other question. Probably weird, I know. So if I'm gaming, can I use the HDMI port for audio only and use DVI to HDMI right to my display? Is that possible? (I don't want to pass my video through my Denon reciever and add input lag)
    
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Bah...still no promos/deals.
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I'm not so impressed by its heatsink design and it only has 4 VRMs instead of 6, but I don't have one so can't be sure. It's shorter than the reference design, so if you are lacking on space, its a good choice. 7 of the 8 560s on newegg are priced at $249, including the ones with better designs (subjectively). So really you have a large range of choices to choose from. I know EVGA, MSI, ASUS, and Gigabyte are well known for their motherboard and video card reliability.
Buying Palit is like buying a sports car clone, eg mazda.

i owned a palit 9600gt, and a 8500gt, they all broke in 6 months. Palit said it was my fault due to overheating, but temps didnt break 60C. meh. Buy a proper branding like MSI/EVGA.
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Thanks for the help! +rep
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TigerDirect has the Gigabyte SOC's in stock btw.
    
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If i was going to buy a GTX560Ti (which i am by the way) i would go for the Gigabyte SOC as it has the best stock speeds. I have also considered the KFA2 560, it looks cool lol.
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All of the brands are pretty decent. Whatever you do, do not pay over 250 for the card, that would just be a waste.

Normally I would recommend EVGA, but while this is just an assumption, the aftermarket coolers from Gigabyte and MSI probably outperform the EVGA which appears to be reference.
Would the GTX 560 Ti 2gb be a waste @ $280?
I have googled and googled but have yet to find a review of the 2gb versions of 460 and 560.

I would prefer to get 2gb or more for hardware encoding, GTA IV and am upgrading my primary display from 22" 1680x1050 to 47" 1920x1080 and still want to AAF AA, to finally utilize my steam library games that I have had to run on lower settings and not to mention having dx11 games but only a pair of dx10 card from 07.

I fold mostly, and am going to try to allot more time for gaming, at first will probably keep 1 8800gt for physx.

I am upgrading from a pair of KFA2 8800gt that I purchased in 2007.
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Bah...still no promos/deals.
This line just came out. Days ago. Won't be for a while, unless no one is buying these..
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msi twin frozr 2 edition gtx 560 ti.....awesome cooler.......ftw
For a little bid more money, I go for the gtx 570 or money is a main concern I for value of gtx-470 for only $199.99.
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