Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Superclocked (01G-P3-1563-AR)
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Jerold L., Newegg
7 May 2012
Summary: Bought this card in March of 2011. Put it in the computer and had problems. Power supply was minimum reccommended so I removed it and saved it for when I updated my computer. (early April 2012). Put the card in with plenty of power supply to spare, new MB, HDD, OS, and same problems.
Pros: Graphics are awesome. While they work.
Cons: Driver issues are making me go mad!!! I've tried almost all the driver's available. The card works for about a week, then graphics go wonky.
Summary: I'm about to contact EVGA to send the card back to them... Hopefully their support is as good as has been indicated by other reviews.
Pros: Fairly powerful - runs Skyrim, BF3, Human Revolution, Arkham City, etc all on ultra quality.
Cons: Terrible reliability - This card started by artifacting while playing BF3 on large multiplayer maps. This issue is well documented online and I thought it was nothng serious, just a driver issue. However, numerous reinstalls of drivers later, I'm still having that problem. In addition, I now get ...
Summary: I updated from a GTX 260 and was very happy - the burn in was fine but after that things went to junk. I would avoid this card as I've seen a ton of posts about this but not a great fix.
Pros: It looks gorgeous in Skyrim. All of the games I play do but...
Cons: It keeps crashing to desktop in 2D. Games will run forever but if I want to perform daily tasks/surfing etc. I get the dreaded "Driver not Responding" after a Black Screen. And yes, I have updated to the latest Nvidia Drivers.
Summary: I don't really know how to rate this card since I don't know if its going to die like the last one, or if it is a legitimate problem with the drivers that will be fixed soon. The rest of the system is stable, while I was waiting for the replacement card to show up I ran the system with my Old EVGA...
Pros: When the NVidia drivers work this card is awesome. Newegg helped me replace my first card which was faulty, coming through with good customer service.
Cons: I first ordered an EVGA GTX560. When I got it installed the system ran for about 30 minutes (basic system set up and web browsing) before the NVidia driver failed. Windows 7 "recovered" from the error and all seemed fine. 10 minutes later it happened again but when it "recovered" the screen came ...
Cons: I cant play bf3 any longer then 15minutes because it constantly crashes, Temps reach 70+ updated drivers and its still crashing my game I bought this card mainly to play bf3 my old 8800 gs SC was doing better and I find that frustrating
Summary: Wasn't really worth the money I paid for, but the graphics are a huge improvement on my old graphics card.
Pros: Works fine while doing any serious gaming with it. Doesn't have an issue with overheating either. The fans even quite down for some reason.
Cons: While it's idling the fans get pretty loud. With Precision I can get the buzzing noise to quite down a lot with the fans moving at 60, it's still annoying at about 50 and anything below is just ridiculously loud and it kind of worried me when it was idling at 35. -Just now while still running Pre...
Summary: This is the second time I am reviewing this product because my first review is no longer accurate. A while ago I bought two of this graphics card to replace my old one, I got two so I could SLI them.
Summary: i dont know theres so many 5,4 stars for this particular card. this card, or lets say gtx 560 ti model has a design defect on its power saving module. along with the gtx 460 and above model, theres a power saving mechanism, that allow the gpu reduces core frequency to lower the power consuming.