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Wich GTX 560Ti shall I buy?

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December 18, 2011 10:18:55 AM

Hi.

Iam gonna buy a new computer next week ( when i get my sallery ) and I've decided to buy a GTX 560ti ( unless it's bad :o  ).

But when I go to my buying site there is like over 30 of them..

Wich one shall I buy, wich one is the best :s? I don't want to end up with some *** version that is way to loud and way to noicy.. Currently I have a GTX275 wich is both noicy and loud so i dont want to end up with the same again. TY for advice.

For example, here is 2 versions of the same card, and I have no idea wich one is the better one, http://www.inet.se/jamfor?compare=5409095&compare=54092...

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a c 175 U Graphics card
December 18, 2011 10:44:02 AM

MSI Twin Frozer is a nice card. 560 ti is nice and will Overclock very well. At Overclocked speed it will perform like GTX 570. So get the MSI Twin Frozer!
December 18, 2011 10:48:15 AM

Hi,

The 560ti is a great card for its price (probably the best card for money along with the 6950), and it won't break the bank :D 

In the link given the MSI card is better as the gigabyte card's fans are quite noisy and somewhat inadequate.

You might want to take a look at this article that pretty much sums up the pros and cons of each card.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-560-ti-...

I personally when with the Asus option because the power consumption/noise/performance were most consistent and always sitting towards the better end of the scale.

Make sure your PSU is adequate to power this card, both in wattage and how much current is passed across the 12v rails.
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a b U Graphics card
December 18, 2011 10:51:26 AM

spirates said:
Hi.

Iam gonna buy a new computer next week ( when i get my sallery ) and I've decided to buy a GTX 560ti ( unless it's bad :o  ).

But when I go to my buying site there is like over 30 of them..

Wich one shall I buy, wich one is the best :s? I don't want to end up with some *** version that is way to loud and way to noicy.. Currently I have a GTX275 wich is both noicy and loud so i dont want to end up with the same again. TY for advice.

For example, here is 2 versions of the same card, and I have no idea wich one is the better one, http://www.inet.se/jamfor?compare=5409095&compare=54092...



Normally a higher end cards are a little bit noisy. Generally custom cooled cards are comparatively quieter and cooler than a reference design one. That's because custom cooled one may use bigger and lower RPMed fan(s) for a more effective cooling at a lower noise. GTX560Ti is good card. Also its better to wait a month more for the next generation 28nm AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series to launch. Even if you only wanted to buy the GTX560Ti waiting a month more can result in a good price cuts from nVidia to stay competitive to AMD's next generation GPUs...............
December 18, 2011 10:57:55 AM

yamman101 said:
Hi,
I personally when with the Asus option because the power consumption/noise/performance were most consistent and always sitting towards the better end of the scale.

Make sure your PSU is adequate to power this card, both in wattage and how much current is passed across the 12v rails.


So this card then? Asus, http://www.inet.se/produkt/5409347/asus-geforce-gtx-560...

spp85 said:
Normally a higher end cards are a little bit noisy. Generally custom cooled cards are comparatively quieter and cooler than a reference design one. That's because custom cooled one may use bigger and lower RPMed fan(s) for a more effective cooling at a lower noise.


Sorry I don't understand anything from that :D ! Can u explain this part in baby language
a c 175 U Graphics card
December 18, 2011 11:11:56 AM

spirates said:
Sorry I don't understand anything from that :D ! Can u explain this part in baby language

That means when you've got coolers like Twin Frozer II, Direct CU II, etc (which is custom coolers) It is quieter and cooler than the version like these: http://www.inet.se/produkt/5409097/sparkle-geforce-gtx-... which is using reference cooler. The meaning of custom cooler is that the cooler is made by the GPU brand (like MSI, ASUS, HIS, etc). The meaning of reference cooler is the cooler used in the GPU is the coolers from The GPU's maker like Nvidia or Ati. Most of them have one fan only.

I think it is the best for you to get ASUS Direct CUII if you can get it. (I said MSI before because I don't know if you can get ASUS Direct CUII for a very little cheaper :) ) Overclocking will boost its performance really high.

Hope this helps.
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December 18, 2011 11:17:32 AM

refillable said:
That means when you've got coolers like Twin Frozer II, Direct CU II, etc (which is custom coolers) It is quieter and cooler than the version like these: http://www.inet.se/produkt/5409097/sparkle-geforce-gtx-... which is using reference cooler. The meaning of custom cooler is that the cooler is made by the GPU brand (like MSI, ASUS, HIS, etc). The meaning of reference cooler is the cooler used in the GPU is the coolers from The GPU's maker like Nvidia or Ati. Most of them have one fan only.

I think it is the best for you to get ASUS Direct CUII if you can get it. (I said MSI before because I don't know if you can get ASUS Direct CUII for a very little cheaper :) ) Overclocking will boost its performance really high.

Hope this helps.


Yep that's what i meant............... :bounce: 
Thx for helping him

December 19, 2011 11:27:59 AM

spirates said:
So this card then? Asus, http://www.inet.se/produkt/5409347/asus-geforce-gtx-560...


Yep thats the one I have and it runs quiet and cool.

You could wait for the 7900 series to come out in a month or two (as stated above, NVIDIA cards should see a drop in price), but if you don't want to wait, then the ASUS card is the way to go.

Goodluck.
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