Reviews and Problems with Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti (GV-N560OC-1GI)
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Still going strong
David W., Newegg
25 December 2013
Summary: Those of you with heat issues, take the heatsink off and scrape off the dry thermal paste and add some new paste, I had to do that with my HD5770 when it idled at 70C, after doing that it idled at 33C.
Pros: I've had this card for over 2 years now and it's still going strong with new game releases, can play BF4 1080p with mostly high and some medium settings (due to 1GB VRAM limitations).
Cons: Nvidia's latest R331.* driver releases runs terribly on these cards, the newer drivers are mostly for the GTX7xx cards and DICE decided to require you to have 331.* installed to be able to play BF4. Currently 314.22 runs flawlessly on the GTX560Ti and I will keep it that way, something tells me N...
Summary: Hi all, this makes pretty pictures on your computer screen! the sellers were great. I ordered this for my wife's rig her old card was not cutting it for the MMORPG The secrete World, so I got her this, after seeing it in action I bought one another for my rig. works great.
Summary: Computer Setup: ASUS Essentino CM-1730 AMD® AM3 Processor AMD 760G/SB710 Chipset KINGWIN ABT-650MM 650W ATX 12V v2.2/ BTX 16GB CORSAIR XMS3 RAM Also, should note, that the free gift was not in the box with this order.
Pros: Card came in quick fashion, was incredibly easy to install. Was very happy with the build and the setup of the hardware itself. The DVI outputs are very clear, and the VGA-DVI adapter was certainly a benefit, saving me another component cost and shipping. Def a plug and play, as long as you have ...
Cons: So far the only cons (and the only thing that I could think to take 1 egg off for) was the amount of heat this card puts off. I dont have a "big" tower by any stretch, but decently sized to allow ample air flow. The tower temp was consistently over 52C*. So I am considering getting additional tow...
Summary: Good card for 3 - 4 months before the driver keep crashing. I was thinking about giving it a 3 out of 5 but like I said its a great card and it only crash once doing a game.
Pros: Great card run all my games on high to ultra settings. very fast and quiet also.
Cons: The only problem I have and its a big one, The Drivers keep failing and like every one said it crashes at lease around 2 - 5 time daily. lucky for me it only crash once doing a game. I also update my drivers but it still crashes.
Summary: Have had this card for 11 months now paired up with an i7 990x, assassin G1 mobo. Only issue I've ever had is a short 1-2 second black screen, not ideal but not a con to me since it always recovers and has happened less than a handful of times.
Pros: Great card from Gig! Runs everything I throw at it on very high to max!
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.
Summary: I didn't even realize that this card only had 1 gig of ram because most other 560Tis have 2 gigs. But honestly I don't know if it matters. It plays BF3 at a good clip. Never falling below 40 FPS. Infact, I don't have a game that can really tax this card. even GTAIV runs at a fine FPS.
Pros: Quiet! Good framerate on any game! Box looks cool! :)
Cons: Runs alittle hot on some games. Only 1 Gig of RAM.