Originally Posted by charlie97
You should try to avoid SLI Setups because some modern games do not support Dual GPU Setups. But in sheer performance I would have to say the GTX560 Dual-SLI
Dont listen to this guy.
He is a Class F troll and has no clue what he is talking about.
The fact that he thinks SLI 560s is faster than SLI 570s is proof of that.
Not to mention the fact that he says Dual-SLI.
Check this thread for some proof if his status and ignorance.
Clock for clock the 570 is faster than the 560 because it has more Stream Processors. If you run the 560 up to the same speed as the 570 the 570 will come out on top because it has more horsepower running at the same speed.
Plus, with multiple monitor setups more VRAM is never a bad thing.
Thats on the hardware level. Weather or not a game takes advantage of that increased speed is a software issue.
If your wallet can handle SLI 570s go for it. Because SLI/CFX support is already almost the norm in games. And the extra speed you will get over 560 SLI is well worth it in games that do support SLI.
Not to mention the level of future proofing you get is greater as well.
The 560 is a Mid-Range GPU. The 570 is an Upper range GPU.
470SLI is still a highly recommended setup even after the release of the 580/570/560. And the 470 was in the same price point and position in the lineup as the 570 is.
SLI 570s will give you better performance, and will last you longer.