Reviews and Problems with Asus ENGTX560 Ti DCII/2DI/1GD5
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Alex C., Amazon
12 July 2013
Summary: Just awesome to have this graphic card. ASUS ENGTX650 TI DCII TI/2D/1GD5 GeForce GTX 560 Ti answers all my need in building my own computer. The graphics are really good for gaming and it works quietly. the price is very reasonable.
Summary: I've been using ASUS card for years and they make the best NVIDIA cards (Gigabyte comes at a decent second place). This one is no exception. Running an i5 2500k at 4.0ghz and I played BF3, Skyrim (with ENB mods), The Witcher 2 all on max settings at 1680x1050 monitor.
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: This is an amazing card for the price. I have two of them running in SLI in my upgraded rig. I'll just focus on installation and performance and also packaging and presentation. If you want all the detailed specs etc. just scroll down and read the product description. First things first, contents.
Summary: Awesome card and was a huge upgrade from X1600 ATI card(!). My son let me know that WOW and other games are played with full graphics enabled without any problems. Also runs cool and is very quiet. Awesome card, planning on upgrading to this card for my computer also.
Summary: The graphics card itself is amazing! It copes with every game I throw at it exceptionally well. One thing you must consider is that the card is very big. It takes up 2 slots on my motherboard and only just fits in my case!
Summary: I'm not a serious gamer; I play Fifa and F1 only, and I was needing something with more power than my old GeForce 220. This GTX 560TI is amazing! I bought a Cooler Master GX 650W to power it, here on amazon.co.uk, they arrived together, with free shipping!
ASUS DCII really does make a difference when you overclock
6 June 2012
Summary: Well looking at this card, it's basically a custom GTX560Ti. What ASUS have done to it is redesign the cooler and implement their own overclocking BIOS, as well as an improved power distribution system. It comes with a black PCB, which fits most case themes.