Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti FPB (01G-P3-1561-AR)
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was nice while it lasted
4 October 2015
Summary: The latest updates ruined my gpu. I tried to play Wildstar and the computer keeps rebooting. There's green lines everywhere. I purchased this new from bestbuy. (It looked used because the plastic film was removed and reapplied to the gpu.) Anywhoo... was nice while it lasted. about 2 years.
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.
Pros: Worked as intended right out of the box, and served as an excellent piece of hardware compared to what I was using prior. Have has no problems since.
Cons: Driver updates are sketchy because there is a chance it could make the card unstable. I have been forced to stop updating the drivers unless I absolutely need to. The driver version which is currently stable for me is: 314.22
Summary: Solid EVGA product; never had an issue with either card.
Pros: Good cards, but under performing for the cost. A better choice would be a single GTX 570 or higher (at time of purchase, 1+ year ago). Running 2 of these cards in SLI from day one, never had an issue. Seems to hitch a bit with BF3 on Ultra settings, but very smooth on all HIGH settings.
Cons: Decent performance for cost, could have been better.
Summary: Overall, I feel this is a great card for the price. I ordered everything for my build at once, and have not had to RMA anything to date.
Pros: Great performance, smooth framerates in anything I play with settings at max. Stays pretty cool in an Antec DF-85 (personal ownership), I have yet to see it go past 45c.
Cons: The fan I am a little iffy about. I run it at 60% when I am gaming, but any higher than that and it makes a humming/vibrating sound, really badly. At 75% fan speed it will vibrate the entire case. It hasnt died on me and I have owned it for about 6 months now, so I see no need in RMA yet, but I s...
Summary: As I said before, if only it had a regular HDMI port it would have been perfect (my bios resolution sucks).
Pros: Runs everything you throw at it within the current video game market. Anything from DarkSiders II to Hitman Absolution (I can vouch for these 2). I got it on a good Black Friday deal, so the price was a pro as well. Performace+Price = Great
Cons: I wish I had paid more attention to the connector on the back of this card. It has a MINI-HDMI port, and had I know that I would have went with another card. Even though it was my mistake not to do the research, I feel like EVGA should have made it stand out more than simply listing it under spec...
Summary: I REALLY wanted to give this 5 Eggs because I know what the card is capable of from friends experience with the card but the unit I was sent just isn't getting it done. That being said as an IT professional EVGA's tech support was a pleasure to deal with.
Pros: Excellent do all card for the money and will handle just about anything you can throw at it. I've been getting 70 FPS on Starcraft 2 on Ultra settings and can handle a screen full of units during Nexus Wars.
Cons: The only reason why I gave this card 4 Eggs is because my second monitor flickers when playing games. After extensive troubleshooting and ruling everything else it out its something with the video card itself.