Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1GB 256-bit (822MHz/4000MHz) [ZT-50301-10M]
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Excellent, smooth, cool, works great plug-and-play.
Timothy Leaf, Amazon
28 August 2013
Summary: I bought this as a start to the new computer I'm building, but while I await the rest of my parts (will probably be another month or two due to finances), I plugged this into my current low-end computer, and it works amazingly already.
Summary: I have my PC connected via HDMI to my audio receiver, then by HDMI to my 50" plasma. The PC has an AMD Phenom quad core 2.2 GHz CPU, and 8GB DDR2 1066 RAM on a BIOSTAR microATX motherboard. This video card was the perfect match for my system and is absolutely awesome! Worth every penny!
Pros: Standard HDMI port with audio. Audio in control panel sees my home theatre receiver and sends data directly to it, with selection for 5.1 and 7.1 audio. Also dolby digital capable. The video capabilities are absolutely excellent, plays every game I have as smooth as watching a Blu-Ray movie, with...
Cons: Only cons I see, is that the performance monitor software does NOT include overclocking ability and the values returned by the monitor software are not very accurate. Also, the size of this thing forced me to rearrange my HDDs to make room for it.
Summary: Went into a medium duty game box. For a non-technical review... it holds 56-59FPS (59.9hz Vsync enabled) in World of Warcraft @ 1920x1080 with all settings to Ultra/8xAA better than 90% of the time dipping to 50-ish FPS during heavy effects. 2500k at stock speed with 8Mb 1866 ram.
Pros: Clocked a bit slower than most 560Ti cards for the same money, but I got this one for the Display Port and full-size HDMI port. Reasonably lightweight with a quiet cooling system. HDMI sound worked without issue.
Pros: This card was well worth the cost (which isn't bad to begin with, really). I bought two to upgrade myself and the wife's aging AMD Radeon HD5770 cards, and now we can run all the games we play on the highest settings at 1920x1080 with no appreciable lag.
Cons: These things *REQUIRE* at least a 500-watt power supply. I had to replace my aging 450-watt ps, as whenever I started up a game my system would turn off. They also have two power connectors, and both must be used for the card to operate.
Summary: I upgraded from a Radeon HD 6850. I was afraid when I opened the package that I bought the wrong card because this one is much smaller. I installed everything fast with no problems and loaded a few games and upped the settings to see what it can do and I was impressed.
Summary: I was recommended this graphics card by Andrew Kramer, (Videocopilot) fo usuing it with element 3d, and i gotta say that it works ;) for the price it's great, im sure many people already gave it good ratings for games, Far Cry 3 was awesome ;)
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: This absolutly smashes my wifes Radeon HD 6770. I can play WoW in high at 60+ frames, Diablo III in Ultra high frames, as well as Starcraft II. My main rig is a FX-6100, 8gb of GDDR3 RAM. This Video card could only be better if I could have bought the 448 core version, but that was an extra 70 more.
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.