Gtx 560ti or radeon 5770 CF

I can get two 5770's on newegg right now for almost $20 less than a single gtx 560, would 2 5770>1 560?
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  1. The 5770s in CF should be a tad faster.
  2. If I were you I'd go for one Gigabyte 1GHz Super Overclock Edition GTX560Ti. When it comes to GPUs, this baby performs like a 570 at a $270 price point. Probably the best bang for the buck right now on the market.

    Guru3D Review
    http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigabyte-gtx-560-ti-soc-review/14
    Newegg Link
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125362&cm_re=gigabyte_gtx_560-_-14-125-362-_-Product
  3. Not much point in factory overclocks when you can just overclock cards yourself and almost always to higher clocks.
  4. wolfram23 said:
    Not much point in factory overclocks when you can just overclock cards yourself and almost always to higher clocks.


    But if you want to keep your warranties you may want to. I personally just go for the cheapest version (albeit to some choices on companies), and will only go for an OC if they're cheaper, the same price, or only a tad dearer.
  5. They can't prove you overclock unless you send them your whole PC with the overclocks enabled, or if you flash the BIOS without flashing back to stock before returning it. Pretty easy things to avoid.
  6. the 560 SOC probably has a cherry picked chip that gets higher OCs than a reference 560 and it has a nice cooler. well worth 20 bucks imo.
  7. I recommend to pick a GTX 560ti and in future you can add another one in SLI to play future games.
  8. Quote:
    5770's in Xfire - 5850
    560 Ti - 5870


    Nope that's not right. 5770 in CF is almost a 5870 and OC beyond a 5870:
    http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/gpu_displays/sapphire_hd5770_crossfire_review/4

    But the 560 is better in a few cases. It's hard to find direct comparisons as the benchmark suites have all changed. But I would say that considering CF occasionally has issues, while a single card is basically always going to work, it might be best to just buy the 560.
  9. They are comparable in performance assuming you are playing a game with CF support.

    The 560 (and by extension the HD 6950) is a much better choice because you can SLI it later down the line and single card solutions will have less problems and better support than SLI and CF. A single 560 will produce less heat and consume slightly less power than the dual 5770s.

    Rule of thumb: when performance and price are the same, go with the single card.
  10. minitron815 said:
    Rule of thumb: when performance and price are the same, go with the single card.

    Nah.
  11. I agree with wolfram 5770 x-fire is a 5870 or beyond, of course when crossfire is not being utilized then your stuck with a 5770 but many problems of the past have been worked out in newer card series.

    Also the gtx 560, especially when oc'ed will be equal to or better then a 5870... it just depends you have a higher potential performance from 5770 crossfire I'd say but the gtx 560 will likely be a bit more reliable as a single card... it a tough call I'd say get the 5770s if you find a stellar deal otherwise the 560 is the logical choice...

    the only reason you should be buying 5770s is bc of the price, if you want that level of performance why not buy a single 5870? those are also super cheap now so its a tough call but there are some thoughts for you to ponder

    also if you went with the single 5870 then you could add another a bit down the road (if you have the psu for it) maybe for even cheaper:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814103084&cm_re=5870-_-14-103-084-_-Product

    great deal imo, there is also the xfx one for 209 AR but you pay 250 for it upfront....
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