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.