Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Superclocked (01G-P3-1563-AR)
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Why so HOT and LOUD?
Quality Freak, Amazon
6 July 2012
Summary: I kinda like this card. For the money, I think its OK. Then again, for the money I feel most all cards are overpriced compared to the graphical performance they put out. My problem with this card is that is is LOUD when playing games (BF3) and it is like a heater making my room super hot. I feel like BF3 is stressing this card to the max, which is sad for $250.
Summary: I bought this because of the rebate (and the card) and when I went to apply for the rebate, it says the offer for offer code EGA-12997 is only good from Oct 1 - 16th...I can't pick the 28th (when i placed my order) Is that the wrong code? Anyway, the card rocks. I, like AlexM, had a EVGA 260 Superclocked card, and while that card was awesome itself, I needed something DX11, and faster (with my q6600, could only play BF3 at medium settings and at 1650x10-something).
Summary: If budget is driving your build, this is a good card choice, but the 570 or 580 are probably more worthwhile in terms of performance particularly if CUDA technology is a concern. e.g. Video Rendering The 560 Ti runs at an impressive 900 mhz which is faster than the default 770 clock on the 580 card, but I find the 580 card (the MSI Lightning) can easily run at 1 Ghz clock which is faster than the 560 and additionally has more CUDA cores and thus greater performance.