Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1GB 256-bit (822MHz/4000MHz) [ZT-50301-10M]
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not da good wahn
Alex Miuro, Amazon
7 August 2013
Summary: It worked well for the first week or two then all of a sudden the screen began to pixelate and it stated the kernel driver crashed. I switched over to almost every other single driver and still no go. Probably just bad luck with a defect but it still leaves a sour taste in my mouth.
Product pictured and model number listed not what I received.
20 June 2011
Summary: Received a ZT-50308-10M instead of a ZT-50306-10M. ZT-50306-10M is what was listed on the product site. Specs appear to be the same but the heatsink/fan setup is different and I wanted the way the ZT-50306-10M was. Contacting the seller was made difficult by Amazon as it kept taking me to return product when I just wanted to e-mail or call them. Gave up, kept it, and rearranged fans and left the side panel off and it works.
Summary: First off, I received the ZT-50308-10M for some reason instead of the ZT-50306-10M. Supposedly the only difference between the two is the heat sink. The box was missing the User's Manual and the Quick Start Guide, which wouldn't have bothered me as much if I would have been sent the correct item to start with. Pros: Even though I have a slightly different model, it is still a very powerful graphics card and I have been impressed with it.
Summary: I bought this card in the fall of 2011, right before Skyrim came out, with the hopes of playing Skyrim on ultra-high easily. The card was easy to install, as every video card is if you know what you're doing. I updated my graphics drivers to the most current and went for it. The game played well for a while until it would suddenly crash. This kept happening.