Reviews and Problems with NVIDIA GeForce GTX560 Ti
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4 February 2014
Summary: IT CAN MAKE A SLI IN THE NEWEST UPGRADE. BUT WHEN I RUN BENCHMARK, IT SHUT DOWN WINDOWS.IT CAN MAKE A SLI IN THE NEWEST UPGRADE. BUT WHEN I RUN BENCHMARK, IT SHUT DOWN WINDOWS.IT CAN MAKE A SLI IN THE NEWEST UPGRADE. BUT WHEN I RUN BENCHMARK, IT SHUT DOWN WINDOWS.IT CAN MAKE A SLI IN THE NEWEST UPGRADE.
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: This is a nice graphic card for the price, i bought mine for $196. plays all games on ultra settings, Skyrim, WOW, and any other latest games you want to play. make sure you have good motherboard and cpu to take full advantage of this cards power.
Summary: I used this for a recent PC build and couldnt be happier. Installation was easy as I had no driver issues at all. I was also very happy to find there was plenty of room for overclocking as well. Used to play COD and BF3 with no problems at 1920x1080, the cusotmer was very happy!
Summary: temp of this card is around 36 room temp is 24 max out bf3 with 2600k (think will do the same with 2500k) love it UPDATE: Gaming temp of this card is 52 (COD MP) and 55 (BF3 MP Gulf of Oman) for bf3 everything ultra 1366X768 motion blur off SSAO off avg fps 60 VRAM usage about 1200MB
Well it does overheat sometimes but not often, it still works great!
4 February 2012
Summary: Q: Why did you buy this product? A: Well I had a GTX 295 but it burned out or something and I wanted a new DirectX 11 compliant card. Q: What do you like and dislike about the product? A: I like how fast and powerful it is for gaming. I dislike how sometimes while I'm playing a game, it overheats and freezes my pc, other than that it runs great. Q: How does this product compare to others?
Summary: I was in the market for a 560Ti to upgrade my existing rig. I was always going to buy BF3, so when I saw this with BF3 bundled with it, I decided it was a bargain. The card runs nice and quite at idle...much quieter than my outgoing EVGA 9800GTX. But noisier under load...which doesn't bother me because I wear headphones when gaming. So it suits me quite well.
Summary: I bought this card for a new computer to play games but wanted to build cheaply. I didn't succeed at the cheaply part but the computer is fast and should last a few yrs. The N560GTX Ti448 is a fast card for the money enough said. It runs cool under a load. I wish they cost a little less so I could have ordered 2 for SLI. Picked up an Intel I5, 16gb Kingston HyperX ram, SSD HD, Asus Maximus mobo and a Corsair carbide case PC Power and Cooling 750W PSU to finish the build.
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.