Asus GTX 56 Ti DCii VS MSi GTX 560 Ti

Hi All I am struggling in which Gtx 560 Ti To Buy , i will be using it for Rendering and Playing Games Like COD Black Ops


Currently i have a Palit GTS 450 and a 650W

i got a i3 at 2.93 Ghz Normal intel Cpu cooler


Well i wont overclock it and maybe i will use Sli

Monitor Resolution Is 1920x1080

And i need advice which one to use the Asus GTX 560 Ti DCii Or The MSi GTx 560 Ti Twin Frozr 2
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  1. DCuII, if you have space for it.
  2. m7mddxb said:
    Hi All I am struggling in which Gtx 560 Ti To Buy , i will be using it for Rendering and Playing Games Like COD Black Ops


    Currently i have a Palit GTS 450 and a 650W

    i got a i3 at 2.93 Ghz Normal intel Cpu cooler


    Well i wont overclock it and maybe i will use Sli

    Monitor Resolution Is 1920x1080

    And i need advice which one to use the Asus GTX 560 Ti DCii Or The MSi GTx 560 Ti Twin Frozr 2



    First of all, the Asus DCii 560ti is a two slot card, so no need to worry about space like the above guy said.

    If you are going to go with MSI, get the Hawk GTX 560Ti http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127578

    Its better than any other 560ti by a good margin, though a bit pricier too, so only if you can afford it.

    Otherwise, between the two that you pointed out, get the Asus one.
  3. First of all, MSI HAWK GTX560Ti is not the best 560Ti by a good margin... Golden Edition, but i can't see it right now on newegg, and GIGABYTE SOC are.

    http://www.guru3d.com/article/msi-geforce-gtx-560-ti-hawk-review/8

    http://www.guru3d.com/article/asus-gtx560-directcu-ii-review/8

    http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigabyte-gtx-560-ti-soc-review/8

    Btw, i have seen many reviews on GTX560Ti DCuII in which they say it takes 3 slots and many reviews that it's a 2 slot card, so i'm not sure.
  4. The ASUS 560 ti takes two slots:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121424
    They make DCIIs that take three but those are gtx 570/580 and HD 6950/70.
  5. phishy714 said:
    First of all, the Asus DCii 560ti is a two slot card, so no need to worry about space like the above guy said.

    If you are going to go with MSI, get the Hawk GTX 560Ti http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127578

    Its better than any other 560ti by a good margin, though a bit pricier too, so only if you can afford it.

    Otherwise, between the two that you pointed out, get the Asus one.

    Yea the GTX 560 ti Hawk ive seen reviews of it and i need like a Gtx 560 Ti That Can Handle Anything Because the Asus is 900Mhz And the Hawk is 900 Mhz But i want the most performance Overall.
  6. Then the GIGABYTE SOC *950 Mhz core* will give you most performance and best cooling.
  7. There's also the Gigabyte 1000 MHz, which beats the 570 and 6970 on most games. Although it's pretty hard to come by.
  8. Soma42 said:
    There's also the Gigabyte 1000 MHz, which beats the 570 and 6970 on most games. Although it's pretty hard to come by.

    It's officially out of production now, as there were too many complaints about stability at factory settings, but you're right, I'm sure someone out there has it and it would be stable with a minor voltage tweak.
  9. m7mddxb said:
    Hi All I am struggling in which Gtx 560 Ti To Buy , i will be using it for Rendering and Playing Games Like COD Black Ops


    Currently i have a Palit GTS 450 and a 650W

    i got a i3 at 2.93 Ghz Normal intel Cpu cooler


    Well i wont overclock it and maybe i will use Sli

    Monitor Resolution Is 1920x1080

    And i need advice which one to use the Asus GTX 560 Ti DCii Or The MSi GTx 560 Ti Twin Frozr 2


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    Hi ,

    My vote goes to MSI GTX 560 ti hawk Twin frozr III.. Its awesome card super cooler super performance able to play METRO 2033,Lost Planet 2
    on Very High setting with high physx and direct x 11.... :wahoo:
  10. cuecuemore said:
    It's officially out of production now, as there were too many complaints about stability at factory settings, but you're right, I'm sure someone out there has it and it would be stable with a minor voltage tweak.

    Back by popular demand and in stock, the 1000 mhz Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti SOC:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125362

    That would be my first choice, then would be the 950 SOC or the Hawk, and then the DCuII.
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