It won't play on ultra totally, but will be at around 40 FPS without MSAA.
30-40 would be a safer estimate if you set all of the options to high / ultra. If you set the options to medium / high then you will probably achieve 30-50, averaging 40. Even on Medium settings at a 1920x1080, it still looks and plays better than a console.
No you won't even get close to Ultra settings at 1080p. I've also heard the dual core cpu's don't play well in MP.
I see my topics aren't the only ones that you poke your nose in and say rude things like 'How could we you, you haven't even told us what resolution......' What is so hard about asking for more info? You remind me of the kid that works at Burger King that makes you feel like he is doing you a favour by taking your order. Anyway, I can confirm that with a gtx 460 1GB @850MHz you can get 25 FPS with AA on ultra at 1920x1080 and around 45 FPS on high. With AA off I got around 35-40 and 55-60 respectively. You should do a bit better with the 560 ti. If memory serves me correctly, the only real difference between the two cards is the 560 ti has roughly 60 more cuda cores and a faster stock gpu frequency of 822 MHz vs 725 MHz for my gtx 460.