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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition 1 GB

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ZOTAC's GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition is the highest-clocked GTX 560 money can buy at the moment. Its blazing clocks of 950 MHz core and 1100 MHz memory give it a 12% real-life performance advantage over the reference design, which is quite impressive for the $279 it's coming at. With additional overclocking we could reach 998 MHz, and almost broke the 1 GHz barrier!

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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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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
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.

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