Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1GB 256-bit (822MHz/4000MHz) [ZT-50301-10M]
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i'd strongly recommend you reconsider going down the zotac line
Malmsteen Disciple, Amazon
28 April 2015
Summary: bought one in 2012 from a local micro center, exploded after 6 months of conservative use (i.e. diablo iii); tracked its temperature to be around 45 - 50 degrees during gaming. rma'd it and thought it might have had a connection to a cheap psu i was running, so i upgraded my psu to a beefy corsair...
Summary: If you want to buy No Manufacturer Warranty item - buy this one from Digitalet. If you want to waste your money for refurbished no-brand-name product instead genuine Zotac item - buy this one from Digitalet.
Summary: So I ordered this product, and I got something else entirely, some other 560ti with NO parts. NO power cord, NO SLI cord, NOTHING. Just the card! Which was damaged too! I had to look it up by the P/N on the back. It's this, apparently. [...] So, I have no idea if it's a better or worse card or what.
Summary: I also received the ZT-50308-10M but I don't mind. I purchased this GPU based on my favorite game developer's list of supported GPUs. It is replacing two GTX 760s that I could not get to work in SLI. I was not expecting it to perform as well as it has.
Summary: I'm continuously surprised by how much this little card can crank out in terms of performance. I've played games such as Tera and Overgrowth on it and it runs them effectively. The only area I think this card is lacking is sound.
Summary: I want to start this off by saying "I absolutely love this card" with that being said,, for some unknown reason, Zotac flashes the bios for this card with a Max. fan sped of 70% and because of that, there are a lot of ppl. having Temperature issues.. I would like to solve this for everybody!!!