Summary: This card is awesome cheap but hot, in both ways, first of all, it ran near 100 C in my old generic cheap case, i bought the cooler master Trooper case, and the temp went down around to 72 playing crysis 2, and 40 C idle in mexico city's weather, there is no need for firmware upgrades for me, only download the new drivers from nvidia and your done, last words Best buy for the money!
Summary: I just got the card up and running. Fast shipping and packaged well. The card seems to run everything I throw at it. I was however pretty upset that when the cover art shows it coming with Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, the promo code is already past it's expiration date!! Very deceptive marketing Zotac! Ordered on 6/18/12, and the expiration date for the promotional code is "up till 31st March 2012".
Summary: This video card runs all of the newest game at max settings without a stutter, Battlefield 3 at 50-60 fps on ultra Skyrim on ultra at max frames which is 60. The reason i give this 45 stars is because after about an hour of gpu demanding gameplay i will here a really loud ticking noise. Signaling the card hit 100 c.
Summary: Love this card, just wanted to say though I bought this card supposedly NEW from Amazon however when I recieved it the box was not sealed and had been opened at some point before I got it. It does seem to be working fine though, just beware you might not get a brand new unopened card!
Summary: the only way to say the quality and the power of this video card is this way : crysis 2 = ultra quality need for speed the run = ultra quality call of dutty 3 = ultra quality battlefield 3 = ultra quality batman arkaham city = ultra quality anno 2070= ultra quality harry potter part 2 = ultra quality lord of the rings war in the north= ultra quality deus ex human revolution= ultra quality WII EMULATOR =HIGH QUALITY (48 FPS)
Summary: I bought the Zotac 560 ti from my friends work for around 219.99 with a 30 dollar mail in rebate. I didn't buy this card because of price... if that were the case I would have gotten a 6950 for 50 dollars less. My friend bought the gigabyte 560 ti (for 30 dollars extra) and our benchmarks are almost identical! We have also done SLI with both cards and it was a match made in heaven with more power than anyone could even need in a pc game...
Summary: They play any game I have at max settings! I bought two and have had them for 3 weeks no prob! Use MSI Afterburner to downgrade the voltage, I've got mine down to 1075 volts and it lowered the temps by about 10 degrees Celsius without any loss to performance!
Summary: I purchased this card to run in SLI with an existing EVGA GTX560 Ti I had lying around. Since my monitor is Displayport-only and this Zotac card seems to be the only Displayport-enabled GTX560 Ti available anywhere, it was the obvious (only) choice. So far I am satisfied with it, but with reservations. The Zotac GTX560 Ti uses a non-reference PCB design and is the shortest, smallest GTX560 Ti I've seen. This makes it easy to install.