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Nvidia 560 ti 448

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by Jetster, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. Jetster

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    Who bought one of these and what do you think now?
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    Get a GTX 570 for roughly 40 -50 dollars more!
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    Anyone else? Evenone was talking about these cards when they came out like it was a freak of a card. What happen? Anyway has anyone seen a 6950 for sale?
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    buy gigabyte GTX Ti 560 448 or new 7850 OC 2GB~:rockout:
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    That is a sweet deal, if you don't own BF3. This card is very close to GTX570/HD6970.
    Now for slightly more you can get a 7850 which is slower but uses less power, has 2GB Vram and I think can be overclocked to surpass the 560Ti 448.
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    Like others say wouldnt be better to get a 7850 since it has more vram it's usses alot less power, its new tech and like you can see from all reviews across the internet 28nm gpus overclock like crazy? my 2 cents
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    If your looking at 7850 I'd see if 7870 fits the budget has a good performance increase over the 7850 I'm considering one myself
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    Highly recommend MSI TF3 PE/OC GTX 560 ti 448.

    Mine is golden. Got it at Amazon for $239.99 after MIR.


    Very pleased with mine. Mine over clocks extremely well.

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006FCCOII/?tag=tec06d-20

    The only HD7850 that I think is better is the XFX Black Edition which has a custom PCB for great over clocking potential.
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    I ended up getting a 7950

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