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560 vs 560ti?

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a c 109 U Graphics card
September 22, 2011 3:24:13 AM

What are the key differences between these? I would like to know, before buying one over the other.

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September 22, 2011 3:45:40 AM

The 560 Ti is faster. That's all you "need" to know. On average, it is 9-12% faster.

The 560 has 336 Shader Units, while the 560 Ti has 384. They are largely identical besides that (same ROPs, nearly the same clock speed, same memory speed and bus width).

In some ways the 560 is closer to the 460 design though. It has the same Shader Units, ROPs, memory bus width, but a MUCH more aggressive clock rate and also faster memory. The 560 is, on average, 13-19% faster than the 460.

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a c 141 U Graphics card
September 22, 2011 4:43:36 PM

amuffin said:
What are the key differences between these? I would like to know, before buying one over the other.


just go straight for GTX560 Ti. GTX560 is a bit slower than the Ti version since it has less shader (336 vs 384). other than that there is no difference between the two
September 22, 2011 4:52:07 PM

The regular 560 has one of its streaming multiprocessors disabled. That gives it 7 polymorph engines and 332 shaders. The 560 Ti is the "full" version, with 8 polymorph engines and 384 shaders. The extra polymorph engine should help as more games start to feature tesselation, and of course the extra cores are always a plus.
September 22, 2011 7:01:34 PM

amuffin said:
What are the key differences between these? I would like to know, before buying one over the other.


The 560 Ti is faster. If I was going for a 560 Ti I would get two as the reviews I've read say that they work really well together.
September 30, 2011 5:48:35 PM

Thanks for the info very much..
And what about these Twin Fan Vs Single fan versions And also OC (Overclocked versions)of these 2
September 30, 2011 6:38:20 PM

The twin fan versions are going to be more cool efficient thus overclocking will be more stable. You'll probably find twin fanned cards are already factory overclocked which means you'll have a slightly faster card. I myself am going for the GTX Direct 580 CUII card as it has two fans, and you always want your machine to be as cool as possible.

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a b U Graphics card
September 30, 2011 6:40:40 PM
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you will want to make sure you have adequate case cooling if you go for the non reference design
October 1, 2011 6:27:11 AM

So..For overclocked cards we need a cooler system and even a better Case cooling .
- But for Normal card ..{560} its original cooling systems are ok.

What do you have to say about the overall life of overclocked cards?
a c 271 U Graphics card
January 29, 2012 4:45:06 PM

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