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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition 1 GB

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Feb 15, 2011.

  1. W1zzard

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    theJesus and douglatins say thanks.
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    OMG Garbage, W1zz those temps make it should make it a 7.5 comparing others like MSI and Asus. Actually to the amazing Gigabyte one, with 50-65C load and 1Ghz core
     
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    how many heatpipes does the cooler have?
     
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    definitely looks like the Gigabyte SoC model is a better buy than this, higher overclock, lower temperature, lower noise, cheaper.... arguably better components used...
     
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    The Problem is the non-reference PCB of the GB SoC. So the Zotac Card is one of the fastest reference solutions where i can mount a waterblock.

    http://guapa5000.lima-city.de/Layout/Layout GTX560.htm
     
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    This Nvidia flop gets a 9.2 while the excellent MSI HD 6950 Twin Frozr III gets an 8 (while having negative bullet points like "Cooler seems longer than necessary").

    I guess that's why he calls himself W1zzard, he magically makes the strong points disappear for AMD and appear for Nvidia.

    :D
     

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