Reviews and Problems with Asus ENGTX560 Ti DCII/2DI/1GD5
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Luke T., Newegg
21 January 2016
Pros: Had this card since 2012 and it's still kicking strong. Been able to overclock the card a bit over, but if you push it just a little too much, it will not like it. other than that it stays cool and nothing bad has happened to it.
Cons: Overclocking was a bit of a let down, but not enough to make this 4 eggs.
Summary: Although it runs extremely well, it does get quite warm while playing games like World of Warcraft, World of Tanks, etc. I added a an Artic cooling system to it and now it doesn't get above 45 degrees C.
Pros: Easy install Overclocking software is nice It can take a licking and keep on ticking!
Cons: It gets warmer than expected Could use a regular HDMI instead of the mini
Summary: excellent graphics card, purchased one & then a second for SLI configuration for multiple displays. difficult to find direct from Amazon when I purchased the second earlier in July but would recommend product to anyone seeking high-end PC components from a reliable manufacturer.
Summary: For the money you wont find a better graphics card in this price range (purchased for $179.99/each)
Pros: I wanted to stay above the electronics market by getting this graphics card but figured well one wont be enough im going to need to SLI two of these cards to run a solid 100 FPS(Frames Per Second) on modern warfare 3....well i got home and realized that my SLI bridge was at my dads house in the m...
Cons: I wouldn't say this is a con because i should have looked into how big it was, but this card is huge! Not to mention having 2 of these takes up quite a bit of space!
Summary: If you push the voltage these cards will draw a colossal amount of power. They're also quite long, 10.5 inches.
Pros: This is a good card for 1080p and below, plays Crysis 2 on ultra settings, DX11 with high res textures and keeps 30+ FPS with a 950/4200 OC. Asus' DCU II cooling system is excellent as well. I got one new at a steal price earlier this year.
Cons: Only 1GB VRAM, which is insufficient for a card with this price tag that was released in 2011. The 560 series is also plagued with driver problems. The issue with the display driver crashing while browsing the web can be corrected by disabled hardware acceleration. I found that the very rare game...
Dont get carried away by low rates on electronic products.
stanislaus "Stanrose2", Amazon
31 December 2012
Summary: I received a defective piece which doesn't show up on the monitor display and now I have to bear the cost of replacement for which I have to pay 20 $ handling charges. I didn't expect this from Amazon as I had got a good bargain for this product.
Summary: I was thinking about going SLI yet the price never went down so I am thinking 660, 670, 680.
Pros: Great card... Able to overclock easily with ASUS GPU Tweak. Windows 7 benchmark: 7.8 with out overclocking it. Plays BF3 on high setting's with 60 FPS. Will be able to play all games on High at least.
Cons: The price is the same and I bought this card over a year ago. lol
Summary: I WILL NEVER BUY AN ASUS PRODUCT AGAIN! SAVE YOURSELF THE HEADACHE AND BUY EVGA!
Pros: It was awesome when it worked! Ran Battlefield 3 on Ultra 60FPS, ran cool, etc.
Cons: I purchased the card 1/11/12, and it ran battlefield 3 on Ultra no problem. Now it's 11/17/12, and the card cannot run Battlefield 3 on Ultra anymore. The card also crashes my video drivers when I download something off of mozilla firefox and the download window opens. I am constantly getting dri...