Excerpt: The GTX 560 Ti comes very close to the performance of AMD’s more expensive Radeon HD 6950 card, at a slightly lower price. It’s not a clear performance winner in its price range, but it’s still an excellent value for the money.
Pros: Great gaming performance for the price, Quiet operation, Supports 3D Vision, physics/computation acceleration
Cons: Blocks an adjacent slot, Requires two six-pin power connectors
Excerpt: Mid-range graphics cards are the most popular, since they perform well without costing the earth. Both AMD and nVidia sell more than one mid-range card, either costing closer to £100 or £200, and the GTX 560 TI is at the pricier end of nVidia mid-range offerings, with vendors selling variants of the card for around £170. While that’s still no minor outlay, it’s a lot less than the companies’ flagship graphics cards.