Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti FPB (01G-P3-1561-AR)
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GOOD used graphic card
Anthony Saunders, Amazon
20 May 2014
Summary: the graphic card GTX 560 Ti is working very well on my computer that I am typing the same computer I upgraded the graphic card right now but there was some item I have to buy that the used graphic card did not required like wire. but its now working well thank you amazon.
Summary: This is a good card for the money, but if you are going to get something more powerful than a 2600k, such as a 3770k or higher, then you should get a better card--this one will be the bottle neck for more powerful systems. Very stable, but problems with new drivers. Overall a good card if you have an older system and want to upgrade just the card.
Summary: I can't recommend that you purchase this card these days, as it's skyrocketed in price since I bought it and there are better, less expensive cards out there. It does the trick for me, and it's still a smoking card if you can find it under $200.
Summary: Bought to replace a 8800GT display card on a gaming machine, specifically for running Planetside 2. The boost in performance was more than double - I can run PS2, a very heavy, GPU and CPU intensive game, on high settings or medium settings and get excellent performance (75+ fps). When things get intense (300+ people fighting in the same area), fps begins to drop but never below ~45).
Summary: I replaced my GTX280 hoping to see a big difference. I didn't. The only advantage seems to be a reduction in freeze-ups. My biggest problem with the older card was playing Battlefield 3, it would lock-up during gameplay and I would have to restart the game.
Great Mid-Level Enthusiast Card, Not Without Faults
22 September 2012
Summary: This card is quite good but not perfect. I can play most games at 60fps and 1080p (I play on my TV) with all quality settings set at maximum. Some games struggle though, mostly games that take high advantage of DirectX 11 settings like tessellation. Batman Arkham City, Metro 2033 (which is known to push cards to their maximum), and surprisingly, Alan Wake, struggle to keep up at 60fps, most drop to about 45 or so average, the frame rate goes all over the place making...