Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX560Ti FTW
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Was able to OC to 570 levels
Michael P., Newegg
24 March 2014
Pros: I bought 2 of these back in 2011, one for each of my AMD Phenom II X4 955BE rigs.. One was able to OC the other was not. The one that could OC was able to reach 570 performance levels in 3DMark. At the time, $300/GPU was a good deal. Been using EVGA since the nVidia 6600 GT days. Good quality.
Cons: * Outdated too fast -- but that is the GPU market in general. On the bright side able to buy more GPU power for the same price every year.
Summary: if you bought for video editing, photo etc etc. Do this for best picture. Download driver from nvidia, save it. uninstall your current driver. run ccleaner to remove any registry entries. Disable antivirus, install new driver. NEXT. uninstall your flash-player for Firefox.
Pros: price, pci 2.o 448 cores for photos, hdvideos, video editing
Cons: NOT fro photos, video editing etc. driver the same for the gtx160? which i found odd. I don't oc or play games. tHis card is for gamers and ocing. But follow my advise below and you should be able to have nice videos and photos.
Pros: For the money, I am very happy with this card. There isn't much that my computer can't handle anymore. I'm just waiting for the price to drop again and I'm going to get another one for sli, also very quiet.
Cons: I don't have anything to gripe about, I've herd the gtx570 is worth the extra 30 bucks or however much it costs but that's about it.
Summary: If you have a motherboard with PCIe 3.0 then spring for the 660ti FTW or higher. If you are like me with an older mobo this is a great card that will give you good performance in most games. Think of it as a "High performance" card vs an "Ultra Performance" card.
Pros: Very fast, works on older Motherboards with only PCI Express 2.0. FTW model is definitely worth it. Have it running a modded Skyrim (not using emb though) at max settings and I get 40-60 frames/second in MOST areas.
Cons: While this card is darn good. I bought it mainly to work with my older motherboard which has a first gen core i7. I do a lot of skyrim modding and with maxed out settings and ultra res HD textures with longest viewing distance I get a little bit of frame chug when there is a ridiculous amount of ...
Summary: my specs: AMD FX-4100 Quad Core 3.8ghz GSkill 8GB 1600mhz Ram EVGA 560ti 448 FTW Intel 180GB SSD Windows 7 64 bit Pro AsRock Extreme 3 Mobo Raidmax 730W PSU
Pros: 50%-60% gain from old card. I upgraded to this card from a Zotac 550ti. It was fine but not giving me the resolution and FPS that I was looking for. $170 with rebate is not bad at all. I sold my used 550ti for $85 :) I can play BF3 with high settings at 60-70fps and Planetside 2 at about 40-50fps...
Cons: I really wish it had a little for VRAM but I plan on getting a second one to SLI when the price is right.
Summary: Very awsome card but i'm not sure about this purchase yet but for my first card baught at microcenter it's been perfect for a year now but as for this one from amazon i got as a deal witch was nice it still had a piece of plastic on it like it was very new and all the contents was there.