GTX 560 Ti question... 1GB vs. 2GB for SLI on 1900x1200

Upgrading the guts in my XPS 630 and was going to go with a single 560 Ti 1gb for now... then add another in SLI when funds avail. Right now I have 2 8800GTs in SLI... well... was SLI but for some reason it's not running SLI and I need to figure out why.

Would it be worth spending the extra $40 to get the 2gb 560 Ti? Using a 22" monitor at 1900x1200 res.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130604

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130683

Thanks!
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  1. 1GB is fine for that resolution looking at these HD6950 results http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-hd-6950-1gb-benchmark,3041-13.html
  2. Thanks. What is the FPB anyways?
  3. And what is the difference between the 560 and the 560 Ti?
  4. JrFreak said:
    And what is the difference between the 560 and the 560 Ti?


    they have different shader count. GTX560 Ti have 384 and GTX560 only have 336.
  5. In games that don't need more than 1gb of memory, the 1gb version will actually be slightly faster than the 2gb.
  6. Lol I just asked this question a few seconds ago in a new thread xD didn't even see this thread
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