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SLI EVGA SC GTX: 560 vs 570

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Hi, could someone whom is more knowledgeable or has experience with either of these cards explain what, performance/heat/power consumption/noise, difference there would be between them. I’d like to go SLI. Will only be running a single monitor

EVGA SC GTX: 560 vs 570

Looking at the specs I see the 560 overall seem better, except for Memory size (256 bit – 320 bit) and Stream Processors (whatever that means), 384 vs 480.

Difference in price for SLI is $200
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Price for performance the 560 would be better. If you're playing on 1080p I would recommend just getting the 560 SLI or either one single since you would be saving money and most likely be able to run any current game. Get the 570 SLI if you have the money to spend and want a better performance.
Heres a comparison of just the single cards, http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/306?vs=330
performance difference on SLI would probably be around the same percentage. But of course you're CPU and other stuff should be taken into account to for your performance in games.

Also make sure your PSU can handle it, recommended with room to spare for overclocking would be 650W for 560 SLI and 750W for 570 SLI.
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The 570 has more shaders (stream processors) that is what does the work, the 570 will spank the 560 and take it's lunch money, however for only a 1080P monitor or below, get 560 SLI or only 1 570 will handle 1080P or below fine.
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Most helpful info, TY both for the fast response, link and explaination

+rep for both

Will see what the build budget will look like and see from there which SLI i'll pickup
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