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I have my GTX 470 at 810/1620/1800 and it runs awesome with folding@home. It beats the 480 for folding. Just stick another one in SLI same clocks and it will run awesome. There won't be much of a performance increase from the GTX 570 and the clocks you have now on your GTX 470. Just stick with the GTX 470 and buy another one there going really cheap right now.
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Originally Posted by Timbojones View Post
I have my GTX 470 at 810/1620/1800 and it runs awesome with folding@home. It beats the 480 for folding. Just stick another one in SLI same clocks and it will run awesome. There won't be much of a performance increase from the GTX 570 and the clocks you have now on your GTX 470. Just stick with the GTX 470 and buy another one there going really cheap right now.
I agree, the 470s kick butt folding. In the Team Competition I was even with a GTX 480 and only beat by a 580 (19K-20K) and a watercooled 570 (17K-18K). Mine was at 860 core and getting ~16.6K
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Originally Posted by VW_TDI_02 View Post
Personally I would just wait. I'm not going to upgrade until the 580s start selling cheap used. My watercooled 470 runs anything I want maxed out (except Metro which I hate and Crysis which I don't have).
Normally I would agree with the waiting but I would like to upgrade before the Chimp challenge in May... I dont think prices are heading south anytime soon
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With the way the 560ti is overlocking and running cool, I think I would choose it over the other's.
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Normally I would agree with the waiting but I would like to upgrade before the Chimp challenge in May... I dont think prices are heading south anytime soon
Buy it then return it for store credit after the CC is over
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post #46 of 56
in my xperience the 560 dosent oc well and u have to raise the voltage threw bios falsh this is the referance card of course
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With the way the 560ti is overlocking and running cool, I think I would choose it over the other's.
Im thinking that too

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Originally Posted by maw784 View Post
in my xperience the 560 dosent oc well and u have to raise the voltage threw bios falsh this is the referance card of course
I dont think the SOC are ref cards. From the reviews Ive source through Google, the SOC are OC capable via Afterburner.

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Buy it then return it for store credit after the CC is over
Thats a very naughty thing to do...
Edited by Sethy666 - 4/17/11 at 9:34pm
post #48 of 56
ya the soc is awesome looking i herd they dont need a bios hack to adjust the voltage they prolly oc much better
post #49 of 56
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Okay, Ive pulled the trigger on the GTX 560 Ti 950Mhz

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=16798

Thanks for everyones thoughts and Ill post some results went it arrives.
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All I can say is my 470's are great folders!
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