Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1GB 256-bit (822MHz/4000MHz) [ZT-50301-10M]
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Best GPU I've Owned
5 February 2014
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: Just installed this into my brother's computer and he's loving his gaming experience with it. It is super big and bulky however with the case he has it wasn't an issue I would not recommend this one to anyone with space issues in their case.
Summary: PROS: Plays League of Legends at max settings on 80-120 FPS... while downloading another game and listening to music videos. Can play videos 1080P with ease... It does what it's supposed to do without problems. CONS: It is slightly large but that's not really a big deal.
Summary: 5 stars all the way, awesome card playing bf4 and bf4 on med-ultra settings delivered on 2 days. even tho the card on pic is different model but i didn't care since this has a better cooling solution 45-55c on load be sure to have 500w power supply and connect it direct to the card.
Summary: Like others mentioned, the card I received was a ZT-50308-10M rather than the 50306 that was listed. With that said, it's the same card and not a concern. I've had the card for about a month now and haven't had any problems with it. It was easy to install and runs well.