Reviews and Problems with NVIDIA GeForce GTX560 Ti
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Brian Gasperson, Amazon
2 October 2013
Summary: I'd recommend this to anyone who wanted good value, especially on the refurbished cards. I haven't had any problems beyond the drivers, which haven't really cropped up with a driver update. It was easy to install, and the quality of the packaging and additional materials was quite satisfactory.
Summary: I had some serious issues using the latest nvidia driver. Screen would black out, first thought was the card had some issue. Read the forums and Installed the older dated drivers and work like a champ.
Summary: I bought this card along with another GTX560ti towards a SLI config and these cards run super cool and both combine speeds faster than a single GTX660ti and GTX670. My scores are posted on 3D Mark that are faster than many other cards. They have been very stable, quiet, and reliable. If you can find these for around $100 they are going to be just as fast as a Radeon 7850. Highly recommended for those on a budget!!!
Summary: Excellent Graphics board, seamless install,and upgrade of drivers from Nvidia, only additional requirement was changing out of my power supply. The board requires (2) six pin power connections from the power supply. I chose this board because it was the fastest board that my older Asus motherboard would run (PCI-E 2.0) and it was a good choice for the system.
Summary: I bought this video card 8 months ago and I just can say that is amazing, only 64 ºC at full load, TDP= 188W (22W less than the GTX 570). I can play alot of games at 1080p with maxed setting, in conclusión, i recommend this video card...
Summary: Works great and offers amazing graphic performance for the price range it's in. It also comes with MSI afterburner which makes it easy to overclock and change the voltage as well as monitor temperatures, etc...
Summary: Very good card you will need at least a 500 w power supply unit personally I got a 600w just in case. Be advised no problem with windows 7 or vista but with win 8 some improvising is needed had to get a buddy to mess with the driver to get it to work a 100%
Summary: I got this guy for 169 shipped. It was a refurb model and it works great. I had considered non-TI GTX 560's from Newegg but those tend to be $169 with like a $30 rebate. Except it's a pain to do teh rebate. I've been waiting close to two months now for the last rebate I sent in to arrive. And GTX 660's are between $230 and $300 as of right now. I'm coming from a radeon 5670 and this is at least 3 times as fast.