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post #61 of 79 (permalink) Old 09-11-2011, 04:58 AM
 
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GTX570 = GTX480 only the GTX480 has 1.5GB or VRAM and the 570 have 1.3GB

the gtx480 cooler thought is pretty bad and the gtx580 for example that use more power is cooler due to the vapor chamber cooler (the GTX580 and the GTX570 coolers are about the same..) and a 560's coolers are also on most of the cards are non reference so most time 560's run much much cooler.

by the way you mean GTX560 or GTX560TI ?
anyway a GTX480 is faster then both of them.

And the 480 has a higher bit rate.

480 stomps out the 560 TI
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If you can even find a decent one here used the 480 is much more expensive than a new 560ti. That should say a lot by itself.



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Duh, of course it's faster...480 cuda cores, 384bit memory interface, 1.5GB Vram...

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They have the EXACT same architecture, Nvidia added NOTHING to the 500 series over the 400 series...

Nvidia's main focus for the 500 series was to reduce power draw and heat out put.

And my manners? Stupidity doesn't deserve manners...

The GTX 480 is the FASTER card and there's no situation were the GTX 560 would produce better performance or a better quality image.

If people actually read reviews it would save a lot of silly comments and threads

Hmmmm, You have some more reaserch to do, the 500 series has a better tesselation engine.

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Hmmmm, You have some more reaserch to do, the 500 series has a better tesselation engine.

Then why is the GTX 570 no faster then a GTX 480?

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Then why is the GTX 570 no faster then a GTX 480?

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Because the 480 has more memory and higher bandwith.

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why is this thread still going? how is it even a question which is better? the 480 should be better by quite a margin...

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'cause there are many interesting aspects to examine that goes beyond a cold "480 is faster" statement smile.gif

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'cause there are many interesting aspects to examine that goes beyond a cold "480 is faster" statement smile.gif

Well to summarize, it really comes down to what your concerns are. If you want the most powerful card you can get for your money, that's unquestionably the 480.
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^It's ~14% faster stock and has more VRAM (on reference models) which will give a bit more headroom for future games.

At the same time though, it chugs power (in this case it averaged a 100 watt higher power draw) and runs hot.
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Based on the charts above, the 560 Ti gives ~88% of the performance, while only using 57% of the power.

Or in other words, the 480 offers 65% of the 560 Ti's performance per watt.
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That is the advantage of the 500 series. They're all the same architecture, but the 500 series cards are significantly more power efficient.

If that's important to you, you may have a legit reason for considering the 560 Ti. Otherwise, if they're really the same price, the 480 is a much better buy.

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To answer the OP's question, just remove the question marks in the Thread Title Question.

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