Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Superclocked (01G-P3-1563-AR)
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4 years, 4 months NEVER FAIL
Luigi C., Newegg
26 November 2015
Pros: This card has lasted the test of time. Not only did it have amazing performance for its price back in 2011, but it has not failed or crashed on me once. I bought 2 and eventually ran SLI in which performance doubled and I never had any problems. Only with some driver problems in some games, but t...
Summary: EVGA's customer support was great when I needed it. The person I spoke with went above and beyond to be helpful and amicable even when my warranty was expired.
Pros: This card can still handle modern AAA games at high resolution and with fairly high settings. Most games I play are over a year old and run on Ultra without a hitch. The fact that it has stood the test of time is a testament to Nvidia and EVGA.
Cons: One cooling fan went out far into it's lifespan, but it was easily and inexpensively replaced.
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...
Summary: I refuse to play on low or medium and even sqwander at the thought of "just" settling for high settings. When I game, I want to experience all of the game's capabilities, but that's just me and I know I'm not alone.
Pros: Purchased 2 of these almost 3 years ago and have only run SLI, so my review is based on that, not a single card. I love eye candy and this card delivers. They can run Skyrim, Batman: Arkam Origins, Splinter Cell: Backlist, FarCry3, Saints Row3 and 4 and GTAIV; all at 1080p and ultra settings with...
Cons: Not really a con for the age of the cards, but only 1Gig of Vram. Any newer games coming out later in 2014 probably won't be able to play at 1080p ultra with only 1Gig of Vram.
Summary: My rig is an intel i7 860 2.8 GHz, Gigabyte MOBO (H55), and 4GB of DDR3 RAM. I'm also running a 700 W PSU.
Pros: This card has played Skyrim, Black Ops 2, Assassins Creed 3, FarCry 3, BF3, and Crysis 3 just fine. Not all of them are on high settings though. FPS on these (using medium to high settings) are all above 60. Very playable and looks good.
Cons: None really except I think it runs a little hot. I'm showing about 90C when playing Black Ops 2. This may be that my case is a bit crowded. It's a mid tower with about 3 case fans. I don't have high-end cooling on the CPU.
Summary: * 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. I went from being able to play everything at full quality to say medium to high quality.
Pros: * Still working (2 yrs) * Best bang for the buck (at the time)
Cons: * Can't handle 1440p from modern monitors. (well sort of) * Pretty Loud