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Which is better Gigabyt GTX 560 ti soc Or Gigabyt GTX 570

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June 26, 2011 3:05:12 AM

HI
I'm building now my new PC ,
i have got this Motherboard from Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD4-B3 (rev. 1.1)
and I just be come baffled of what i have choose for the Graphics Card
Gigabyt GTX 560 ti soc
or
Gigabyt GTX 570
any ideas ?

Thank you for time
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June 26, 2011 3:14:04 AM

What are your full system specs?(power supply,CPU,etc.)

What resoultion is your monitor?

Depending on your PSU and CPU I'd suggest going with th GTX570.The GTX560 ti may have a higher O.C. but it's still only a GTX560ti no matter how far you can push the O.C.The GTX570 has all around more power because it's a higher class.

What games are you looking to play with the new card? I'll look up some benchamrks
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June 26, 2011 3:17:21 AM

from experience and friends experience..... go with the 570. the 560 isn't that great a card and there are some unreported problems from what i've seen.
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June 26, 2011 3:42:06 AM

purple stank said:
What are your full system specs?(power supply,CPU,etc.)

What resoultion is your monitor?

Depending on your PSU and CPU I'd suggest going with th GTX570.The GTX560 ti may have a higher O.C. but it's still only a GTX560ti no matter how far you can push the O.C.The GTX570 has all around more power because it's a higher class.

What games are you looking to play with the new card? I'll look up some benchmarks


Intel Core i7-2600K Processor 3.4GHz 8 MB Cache Socket LGA1155
Motherboard Gigabyte LGA 1155 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 GA-P67A-UD4-B3
Corsair Vengeance Blu 8 GB PC3-12800 1600mHz DDR
Gigabyte ODIN GT 800W
resoultion : 1360x768

i'm playing shogun2 , BC2 , A.v.A recording match and alot

and i'm looking for playing BF3 as well

is there any problem if i get Asus gtx570 ?? or ?

swifty_morgan said:
from experience and friends experience..... go with the 570. the 560 isn't that great a card and there are some unreported problems from what i've seen.
thank you very much ,,
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June 26, 2011 3:55:38 AM

1366*768?
The non Ti GTX560 would do the job.
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June 26, 2011 4:05:50 AM

Timop said:
1366*768?
The non Ti GTX560 would do the job.


it's not about resolution it's about the performance , I'm a gamer , the quality & efficiency important for me
Thank you for answering
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June 26, 2011 4:08:17 AM

total war said:
it's not about resolution it's about the performance , I'm a gamer , the quality & efficiency important for me
Thank you for answering


+ i could easily have 1920x1080 but i needn't
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June 26, 2011 5:11:20 AM

1366x768.Sounds like your using a 720p TV.
Well at those lower resoultions the graphics rely more on your CPU power than GPU power.If you intend to stay at 1366x768 then a GTX560ti is more than enough to max out games at that reosultion.If you plan on ugprading to a 1080p monitor/TV in the future then I would suggest go with the GTX570.

Yes the Asus GTX570 is actually probably better than the Gigabyte version.
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June 26, 2011 7:50:22 AM

purple stank said:
1366x768.Sounds like your using a 720p TV.
Well at those lower resoultions the graphics rely more on your CPU power than GPU power.If you intend to stay at 1366x768 then a GTX560ti is more than enough to max out games at that reosultion.If you plan on ugprading to a 1080p monitor/TV in the future then I would suggest go with the GTX570.



that's right , I'm using Samsung 32 Inch, but what I'm more interested on is getting more FPS in the games .

purple stank said:


Yes the Asus GTX570 is actually probably better than the Gigabyte version.


even if my collection are from Gigabyte ? what I'm thinking is if the whole collection from gigabyte that will give the best performance ! I'm i right ?
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June 26, 2011 8:31:55 AM

Why do you want to waste money dude.

at 1366x768, a GTX 460, HD 6850, HD 5850 will max any game at that resolution including AA and AF (except for crysis 1 and metro 2033 due to poor coding).

take my word and get yourself one of those three, you will be very happy.

a GTX 560TI, GTX 570, HD 6950, etc are all made for resolutions 1080p and above (1920x1080). If you get them, it is purely an overkill.

look at this 460 review.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/geforce-gtx-460-review/

you will definitely be happy with it.

MSI, gigabyte, Asus are all good brands.

don't go with zotac or anything else.
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June 26, 2011 10:50:05 AM

swifty_morgan said:
from experience and friends experience..... go with the 570. the 560 isn't that great a card and there are some unreported problems from what i've seen.

Such as?
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June 26, 2011 12:29:22 PM

that resolution, GTX 460 will max out everything 40+ FPS. no need to waste money.
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June 26, 2011 12:41:20 PM

560 ti is more then enough... the extra money on the 570 for little boost performance isnt worth it at that resolution
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June 26, 2011 12:49:11 PM

I still reccomend going with the GTX570.The GTX570 is more futureproof.If you have the money I don't see why not.
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June 26, 2011 1:19:10 PM

irfan88 said:
Why do you want to waste money dude.

at 1366x768, a GTX 460, HD 6850, HD 5850 will max any game at that resolution including AA and AF (except for crysis 1 and metro 2033 due to poor coding).

take my word and get yourself one of those three, you will be very happy.

a GTX 560TI, GTX 570, HD 6950, etc are all made for resolutions 1080p and above (1920x1080). If you get them, it is purely an overkill.

look at this 460 review.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/geforce-gtx-460-review/

you will definitely be happy with it.

MSI, gigabyte, Asus are all good brands.

don't go with zotac or anything else.


I'm looking forward to play BF3 On High with high FPS

Mousemonkey said:
Such as?

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kimyeang88 said:
that resolution, GTX 460 will max out everything 40+ FPS. no need to waste money.

I'm not happy with that , that's not enough :( 
0ozee said:
560 ti is more then enough... the extra money on the 570 for little boost performance isnt worth it at that resoultion

i don't think so that it's just about the resolution ! is it ?
purple stank said:
I still reccomend going with the GTX570.The GTX570 is more futureproof.If you have the money I don't see why not.

but if the different is just little i prefer get another GPU with the Gigabyt GTX 560 ti soc i have ! how about that ?



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thank you again for answering
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June 26, 2011 1:30:59 PM

ok, If you want 60+ fps then instead of getting a 460, get a HD 6870, GTX 560 (not the Ti version) or the HD 5870. THey can all be had for under 200 dollars.


check out the 5870. Its very cheap now and gives you GTX 560 Ti or a HD 6950 performance for less (if you want to save money though).

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June 26, 2011 1:58:09 PM

A 5870 is more on par with a 6950 or GTX560ti and they are still very expensive.Also BF3 is going to utlize EA's new Frostbite 2 engine which will use a heavy amount of tesselation,something better suited for a newer card like the GTX5xx series or the 6xxx series.

Why didn't you tell us you already had a GTX560ti? If you already own one then the obvious answer would be to SLI.I'm talking about getting the GTX570 for 1080p.I know someday you will want to use your monitor because it looks way better than a TV.And th GTX570 will have the extra power for that resoultion and ensure that your getting over 60FPS.
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June 26, 2011 5:19:48 PM

irfan88 said:
ok, If you want 60+ fps then instead of getting a 460, get a HD 6870, GTX 560 (not the Ti version) or the HD 5870. THey can all be had for under 200 dollars.


check out the 5870. Its very cheap now and gives you GTX 560 Ti or a HD 6950 performance for less (if you want to save money though).


why not the Ti version
+ i'm fanatic to Nvidia don't try with me to get ATI :p 

purple stank said:
A 5870 is more on par with a 6950 or GTX560ti and they are still very expensive.Also BF3 is going to utlize EA's new Frostbite 2 engine which will use a heavy amount of tesselation,something better suited for a newer card like the GTX5xx series or the 6xxx series.

Why didn't you tell us you already had a GTX560ti? If you already own one then the obvious answer would be to SLI.I'm talking about getting the GTX570 for 1080p.I know someday you will want to use your monitor because it looks way better than a TV.And th GTX570 will have the extra power for that resoultion and ensure that your getting over 60FPS.



however the gtx 560 soc i got it's new and i did not use it even i did not open it ! and i have no probleam i can sell it in my country and gain 50$ ! then i can add more 50$ and get the gtx570 !!
or i can use my gtx560 and buy another GPU then S.L.I them
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June 26, 2011 5:53:15 PM

If you already have the GTX560ti then keep it and use it.When you decide to use a 1080p res then get another GTX560ti for SLI and everything should be fine.
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June 26, 2011 9:12:41 PM

purple stank said:
If you already have the GTX560ti then keep it and use it.When you decide to use a 1080p res then get another GTX560ti for SLI and everything should be fine.


I tend to this , but how much watt i need to SLI do you think ?




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June 26, 2011 9:13:08 PM

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do you think guys my PC with this specifications will serves 2.5 years with all efficiency ?

  1. Intel Core i7-2600K Processor 3.4GHz 8 MB Cache Socket LGA1155
  2. Motherboard Gigabyte LGA 1155 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 GA-P67A-UD4-B3
  3. Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti Super Overclock GV-N560SO-1GI-950
  4. Corsair Vengeance Blu 8 GB PC3-12800 1600mHz DDR
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June 26, 2011 9:32:10 PM

Yes.If you just want to make it faster in a year or so just O.C. your CPU.
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June 27, 2011 1:08:16 AM

purple stank said:
Yes.If you just want to make it faster in a year or so just O.C. your CPU.


Thank you very much, I exhausted you too much with me and the other guys :) 
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June 27, 2011 6:35:27 PM

total war said:
I tend to this , but how much watt i need to SLI do you think ?


Your current 800 watt PSU should be plenty for a GTX560ti SLI.
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June 27, 2011 9:47:43 PM

purple stank said:
Your current 800 watt PSU should be plenty for a GTX560ti SLI.



yah i knew it
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June 27, 2011 10:08:26 PM

I been reading through out your post.

And I can tell your really wanting to play BF3..probably the new Assassins Creed..and from your name "total war" I am thinking your into the Total War series such as Shogun 2 total war :p .

I would go for the 570 just for that extra kick from all the others. BF3 is going to be a great graphical game so might as well spend the little extra for a little better to handle the best.

Good luck :) .

Good that you are not going with radeon...because Nvidia and Radeon basically have the same FPS...but I hear Nvidia is better with detail :D .
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June 27, 2011 10:36:57 PM

^Agree
Expect about Radeon.
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June 28, 2011 12:59:23 AM

lentyski said:
I been reading through out your post.

And I can tell your really wanting to play BF3..probably the new Assassins Creed..and from your name "total war" I am thinking your into the Total War series such as Shogun 2 total war :p .



exactly right :D 


lentyski said:


I would go for the 570 just for that extra kick from all the others. BF3 is going to be a great graphical game so might as well spend the little extra for a little better to handle the best.

Good luck :) ..


on the market i can get Gigabyt GTX 570 = 426.66$ but if have to order it from Amazon = 377.95$ > it will take time and i needn't waiting more time --.
so what i see is if I'm not happy with 560 SOV (and i mean especially on BF3)i could just SLI my card -that just if i'm not getting the expectancy result -



lentyski said:

Good that you are not going with radeon...because Nvidia and Radeon basically have the same FPS...but I hear Nvidia is better with detail :D .

purple stank said:
^Agree
Expect about Radeon.


lol :lol: 
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June 28, 2011 1:07:13 AM

Techincally x2 GTX560ti's is even better than a single GTX580 but if you get a GTX570 now then when you have the money or you need more power you can always SLI GTX570.
And theirs always the hastle of some games not supporting Crossfire/SLI which will only use 1 card instead of 2 so the other card is just sitting there idling.

But at 1366x768 you should be fine with just 1 GTX560ti.
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