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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti SLI

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. W1zzard

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    ka-fucking-pow!
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    Pretty impressive, yes. But it's still $500. Can anyone come up with some scaling percentage figures?
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    Great performance in SLi like the GTX460, but better temps, better performance and a better price ($300 here in AUS) then the GTX460. Poor GTX4** owners.
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    It costs $500 but it beats the $530 GTX580. Performance / price is impressive.I'm sure that it'll also beat the upcoming 3GB version of 580:respect:
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    What about power consumption and temperatures?
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    GTX560 Ti SLI consumes ~ 298 watts.It is Higher than a single GTX570 which is at ~240 watts, but lower than two 6950s in crossfire ( ~329 W).

    The SLI temperature is 35 (idle) and 74 ( under heavy GPU stress ).Which is not bad
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    you can build Gigabyte SOC SLi pair for just a notch over GTX580 price, and it would tear it a new one...

    hec even the $249 gigabyte model is oc to 900mhz core and has their cooler, that would make for a cheaper than GTX580 kickass combo.

    the reference cards are considerably more refined than the GTX460 was, but there are some great non reference boards already.
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    beats the 5970 which is pretty cool. now what if NV made a GTX 560 Ti DUAL that would be kinda interesting to see dual 560 on a single PCB maybe some quadfire as well
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    How much does the SLI setup costs?
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    .........do the math :slap:
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    Nvidia is busy making a dual 580 ultra high end card..GTX590.
    It looks like there wont be a dual 560:shadedshu

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