GeForce GTX 560 Ti
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GeForce GTX 560 Ti Review
GeForce GTX 560 Ti is a high-end graphics card based on the 40nm, Fermi architecture.
It's based on the GF114 Core and offers 384 Shader Processing Units, 64 TMUs and 32 ROPs, on a 256-bit memory interface of fast GDDR5. The central unit runs at 822MHz and the memory clock operates at 1002MHz. It consumes up to 170 Watt.
Benchmarks indicate its performance is up to 12% better than GeForce GTX 560 and that special editions of this GPU that come heavily overclocked, might offer similar performance to GeForce GTX 570.
This GPU needs to be paired with a strong Quad CPU. Most demanding games are playable at high settings. Extremely demanding games like Crysis 3, will require, either reduced settings (high detail) or a lower resolution (1600x900, for example).
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GeForce GTX 560 Ti Performance Specification
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822 MHz
Fermi GF114-400-A1
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TheIceWarrior
10:30 Aug-23-2014
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I think this is still on par or even somewhat better than the GTX 750 Ti, sans for power consuption.

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jetkur
19:15 Apr-28-2014
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pls someone help me ive bought this card but im afraid of bottleneck and i dont have the money right know to buy another CPU. Does somebody have a good tip? :(

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jetkur
14:35 May-09-2014
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ignore this… its all good :)

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133forgottten
14:06 Apr-10-2014
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What do you Guys think about this card? Will an Cooler Mater Elite Power 500w be fine? Also will there be an huge improvement vs my current GPU? Also I can buy it for $134

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vis100
23:19 Mar-31-2014
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I had this card.. but i sold it because the GTX660 was cheap and the temprature's are not that crazy like the GTX560 ti and yeah.. GTX660 is better.

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reyman283
21:44 Feb-19-2014
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i can get 2 of these for 150 euro is that a good deal ?

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BRIT3149
14:15 Mar-22-2014
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yes that is a great deal.these are still good mid range cards

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blindgamer102
05:30 Dec-09-2013
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I have a GeForce 560ti Zotac edition not overclocked is there any difference between this one and my zotac edition i cant seem to find my particular GPU if there is a difference please let me know thanks

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Mutiman
00:17 Oct-22-2013
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I've just bought a Huntkey 550W psu (LW-6550HG), and have a GTX560ti 2GB card.
I was reading up on the PSU and I'm now a bit sceptical about using it
with my GPU.
Need some advice please.

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nuclear57mt
21:08 Oct-26-2013
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The psu should be ok with the GPU. This card can work even on 450W if the psu is in very good quality

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NFSMico967
10:03 Sep-18-2013
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Bottleneck? a little bit? :/ or i'll go for GTX 650 Ti?

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omarahmedOA
07:35 Jul-26-2013
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how is that my gpu is 2% better than this beast?

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THE1ONE
07:45 Jul-26-2013
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i think it is because you have overclocked yours and you have an evga ssc version (wich is better than the standars gtx 650 ti)

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mister47
18:46 Oct-17-2013
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This is not the regular 650Ti. He has the Boost edition which is way better than the standard 650Ti. It performs almost like the GTX660.

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omarahmedOA
04:35 Jul-18-2013
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is my gpu better than this? it shows that it's 2% better but just wanna make sure :D

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LSTPcobra
03:25 Jul-19-2013
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The GTX 650ti is worse unfortunately, it was designed to replace the 550ti which is a much worse card than the 560ti. It consumes less power which is the only plus side :/. 3am here just reply back to me if you want a better answer

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omarahmedOA
15:47 Jul-19-2013
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but how does it show that iam 2% better than this maybe because of overclocking? anyway most benchmarks if not all show that the EVGA 650 ti SSC is 2 FPS less than the 560 ti reference card if you slightly overclock it then its better right here is some benchmarks to now what i mean http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_650_Ti_SSC/15.html please reply to me ;D

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LSTPcobra
18:07 Jul-19-2013
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The site may show that it is 2% better due to it being in the 600 series… This site may explain it better than me http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/373807-33-tomshardware. Sorry I couldn't help you as much as I would like to of had.

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omarahmedOA
23:48 Jul-19-2013
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don't compare graphic cards specs directly if you want to convince me that the 560 ti is better find me a benchmark that compares the EVGA gtx 650 ti and the reference 560 ti and let me show how it do all benchmarks indicate that it's only 5 FPS max more than me if i overclock it like i do then they are equal right?
source: http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/57149-nvidia-geforce-gtx-650-ti-1gb-review-8.html

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LSTPcobra
06:31 Jul-20-2013
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If you overclock your card then what's stopping me from overclocking mine? They can both be overclocked to 20% so it will make no difference when comparing them. Replying late again so answer is probably bad :/
-Edit- It also depends what edition the card is, for example my card is shown as 3% better than yours.

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omarahmedOA
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thanks dude i already thumbed up but what i mean is my overclocked EVGA gtx 650 ti SSC is 2% better right? anyway thanks for putting up with me and replying i know i can be a pain in the ass sometimes

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LSTPcobra
16:54 Jul-20-2013
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No worries. Also if it is overclocked (by 10% in your case) then I guess it may be 2% better

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