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Can an overclocked 560 hit the same framerates as a stock 570? I'm debating on either the 560 or the 570, and if the 560 overclocked can reach 570 framerates, I won't bother paying $100 more for a 570. Can anyone here enlighten me? Thanks errryoneeeee
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I would pay 100$ more,, You can spend all day chasing 570 performance with your 560... Or you could just have a 570, and chase 580 performance
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Can an overclocked 560 hit the same framerates as a stock 570? I'm debating on either the 560 or the 570, and if the 560 overclocked can reach 570 framerates, I won't bother paying $100 more for a 570. Can anyone here enlighten me? Thanks errryoneeeee
i see you changed your pic.

to answer your question, i think it would be a very close call.

but the real advantage would be that the 570 will yeild better results. especially if you plan to overclock. i would wait a bit and let the price of the 560's come down a bit then pick up a pair for sli. if your going for a single card, definately get the 570. sure a overclocked 560 might come close to a stock 570, but an overclocked 570 would be even better.

edit: that gigabyte soc 560ti is friggin sweat btw. if you do go the 560 route i recommend that one. it comes stock 1ghz core. and it has a heatsink on the vrms. very nice card indeed.
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For sure it can reach GTX 570 performance.

However the GTX 570 can reach GTX 580 performance if OCed...and it goes on and on.
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i see you changed your pic.
I did. That creepy kid got a little too disturbing. Taylor Swift's a lot more... attractive.

Anyway, I'm looking at either the Twin Frozr II models for both the 560 and the 570. If I get the 570, I will not be overclocking, due to power contraints. I'll only be doing overclocking if I get the 560.

So back to the main point, if the 560 overclocked can hit 570 (stock) performance, I'll be sure to get the 560.
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Look for yourself.. Overclocked is within 2 fps of a 570 in BC2..

EDIT. Well you get what I mean.....
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Look for yourself.. Overclocked is within 2 fps of a 570 in BC2..

EDIT. Well you get what I mean.....
It does fall behind a bit as the AA and res are cranked up though. Is there any game in particular you're aiming for 570 performance in?
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Just in general. Crysis 2, of course, when it gets released. Just all the 2011 titles in general. Not any 1 game.
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You'll need the Gigabyte GTX 560 SOC if you don't plan on overclocking yourself.

The link posted above features a pretty light OC.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigaby...-soc-review/18
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The difference between the two is so small, I doubt you would notice the difference in an actual game. An OC'd 560 seems like the better buy to me, but IDK how adamant you are about matching the 570's performance.

In one of those benches Capwn linked the 560 OC'd even beat out the 480
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