Summary: i bought this 3 years ago , this card went through 2 of my builds and i just gave it to a friend as a upgrade for him from a older ATI card i JUST did a NEW build and went with the EVGA780SC but truth be told this card is still relevant today I was able to play Last Light and Skyrim on ULTRA with a few tweeks you can easily OC this card by 10%-15% if you can find 2 of these and run SLI and get them cheap you will be in the range of a GTX760-GTX770 BEST card i have bought...
Summary: This Video Card is very Well, is a Fantastic Video Card for Gaming and Multimedia! The EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti. This card allows you to discover incredibly detailed DirectX 11 worlds with tessellation performance that destroys the competition. Not to mention it also offers general performance increases of over 3x that of previous generations*. It isn’t just all about speed though, the EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti gives you NVIDIA Surround, 3D Vision, PhysX, SLI and more.
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: - 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: 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.