Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Superclocked (01G-P3-1563-AR)
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I am running this monster on my gaming rig for D3 and Path of Exile.
D. Oberholtzer "IT Guru", Amazon
7 May 2013
Summary: I am running this monster on my gaming rig for D3 and Path of Exile. When I say monster I mean it is big. You will need a full tower case to fit it well as it takes up 2 1/2 slots worth of space. The fans and controls are great and can be customized with MSIAfterburner but the stock setting are great. No temp issues at all. Highly recommended by a life long gamer.
Summary: I have building computers since 1987. I purchase Asus motherboards and most of the time Geforce vidio cards. I bought a newer video card by Geforce due to the faster speed and upgradable video card. It cost more but it also had DDR5 memory on it, makink it faster.
Summary: - Purchased 5/2011 from the Egg - --- Pros --- * Still working (2 yrs) * Best bang for the buck (at the time) * Pretty Loud --- Cons --- * Can't handle 1440p from modern monitors. (well sort of) --- Thoughts --- * When I bought this card it was the best. I thought I'd never need more than 1gb of video memory. The problem is when I upgraded to a Korean special 27" Monitor and required 2560x1440.
Summary: First, I have to say that I did not buy this from Amazon, but that hardly has any bearing on the review. This is my first gaming computer, and this is the card I chose. I caught it on sale at some big blue and yellow store for just over $100 (lucky me, right?). I have had nothing but fun with this car, playing all the newest games like Far Cry 3, Darksiders 2, Borderlands 2, etc. I absolutely love it.
Summary: I've had this card for a couple of months now and it's been great. I played many games at 1080p with maxed settings without any issues, and I've lately been using it for 2560x1440 and it's been holding up nicely. I can't max the settings on newer games anymore, but things like high AA aren't really needed at this resolution (in my experience/tastes) so you can usually get great results at modest frame rates. For video playback, CUDA is awesome.
Summary: I bought this when I rebuilt my system to replace 2 Nvidia 280 oc cards I was running in sli. This one card doubles what I had achieved with the 2 cards in sli,plus it is reasonably priced. It typically runs fairly cool,and I have yet to encounter any issues with it.
Summary: Well it installed with no problems and continued working for 6 months with no problems and then it just died! I did get another one from the manufacture but for the price it should have died that quickly.