Reviews and Problems with Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti (GV-N560OC-1GI)
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Dont Be Afraid to Purrchase This Card!!
Donald O, Amazon
29 December 2013
Summary: I have had this card for about a year now. It has kept up very well with the advance in technology in the gaming industry. It plays Battlefield 4 as well as Crysis 3 with NO problems. It also played Far Cry 3. A game everyone uses as a reference point for frame rates. Graphic cards today are not making the leaps and bounds the way they use to. This card will serve me at least another year and then go into my wife's computer and get another 2 or 3 years of life.
Summary: I got this card for my wife to play WoW on. It doesn't keep the smoothest framerates on Ultra in 25M with lots of AOE. If all you need is high settings or you are running primarily 10M this is a trouble free plug and play card.
Summary: I bought this card in 2011 and it served me well for the 8 months that I used it. It will handle any game at 1920x1080 although you may be looking at reduced bells and whistles in some cases. It's not really a good buy anymore altogether. Go for a Radeon HD7850 or GeForce 660 (non-Ti) if you want a powerful mid-range card. Step up to the 660 Ti if you want "everything maxed out at 1080p". I'm bored as heck.
Summary: Bought this card for a new gaming rig - handles Skyrim maxed out at 60 fps at around 60C. The two fans are great (keeping it cool) and aren't loud like some reviewers claim. If you want a great card for a great price, I don't think you can get a better value than this one.
Summary: Pros: Really fast, stays cool, very high fps Cons: fans a little bit loud, Card fails (w/ factory installed drivers) This card is absolutely amazing. It is really fast and responsive, you can get great fps (I once got 1000 fps for about 3 seconds while playing a video game), runs very cool, easy to install. The only problem I have run into is that the factory install firmware is defective. It crashed on me twice with the standard firmware. I fixed it by upgrading.
Summary: And it is perfect, games looks oustanding... I only complain about the heat that generates, so, if you dont have some extractors it is time to get 1 or 2. Firts i had my case without heat extrators(fans), and all the case was warming up insanely, now its ok.
Summary: Bought this card after a sale, not much on the nvidia bandwagon. but this card plays most games i want pretty well and i get about 85MH/s while bit mining. the only issue i have with it is the fans has a weird hum and is LOUD, and it isn't just this one card i sent back the original because of the fan and the second one did it aswell. so when the warranty is up it is getting a new fan.
Summary: This card handles everything I've thrown at it and I'm looking forward to using it for MW3 and BF3. It runs about 20C cooler than my previous card, a GTX 260. I chose this card based on its high marks at Tom's Hardware. It outperforms the other 560's and 560 Ti's on their charts. In many places, it performs as well as the GTX 570 for $100 less. I've only owned this card for a week, but it has exceeded my expectations.
Summary: I was impressed by the performance of these cards and ended up buying a new one. The performance boost was awesome, however once I got BF3, MW3 and NFS the run, the games would freeze after 4-5 minutes. I did some research and it is a known problem for these cards in SLI, so at troubleshooting, opening up my system apart, checking my power usage, memory, downclocking my cpu, it turned out i had to lower these card's core clock to 890 to make it work fine (900 by...
Pros: Good SLI scalability
Low temps on maxed out consumption
Tremendous airflow design
Cons: The overclocked settings do NOT run well in SLI configurations
Would freeze your system, and a manual reset would be required
Cannot be overclocked any further