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i have a zontac gtx560 which come with
820Mhz and a max 336 shader. and i
want to buy a new gtx 560 ti which have
almost the same clock rate 822mhz but
come with a max 386 shader. is that make a
different compare to buy a same 336 shader gtx 560
for SLI

Thanks and hope anyone really know about this to reply me
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  1. i almost forget to mention that they are the same 1G memory.
    and seam are the same chip if i am not wrong. what suggetion for a
    grapic card to combine
    with zontac gtx 560
  2. You can't run them in SLi.
  3. what does that mean? can you explain a little more?
    i just now really now much about graphic card
    and i never sli before. but i plan to if it is possible
  4. Mousemonkey said:
    You can't run them in SLi.


    does that mean i need to buy the same graphic card ?
  5. the room is so cold .. please anyone give you though would be appreciated .
    sorry for my english .but i need to ask before i decide to spend any money.
  6. philchen said:
    does that mean i need to buy the same graphic card ?

    The cards need to have the same GPU's and Vram bit size.
  7. this is my card
    Model ZT-50701-10H
    GPU GeForce GTX 560
    Core Clock 820 MHz
    Core Processors 336 Stream Processors
    Shader Clock 1640 MHz
    Memory Size 1GB
    Memory Type GDDR5
    Memory Interface 256-bit
    Memory Clock 4008 MHz
    DVI 2
    Dual-Link DVI Supported Yes
    HDMI 1 x HDMI 1.4a
    DisplayPort 1
    Max Resolution 2560 x 1600
    Interface PCI Express 2.0 x 16 (Compatible with 1.1)
    Cooler Type Fan (Dual Slot)
    SLI Supported Yes
    Recommended PSU Wattage 450-Watt
    DirectX DirectX 11
    HDCP Ready Yes
    RAMDAC 400 MHz
  8. and this one it i try to match they are the same
    anyone have other graphic card to suggest ?
    or what is your mean for vram bit size.
    where i can see it.
    do you mean memory interface 256 bit size?
    i thought they are the same. is that right?

    GPU GeForce GTX 560 Ti
    Core Clock 822 MHz
    Core Processors 384 Stream Processors
    Shader Clock 1645 MHz
    Memory Size 1GB
    Memory Type GDDR5
    Memory Interface 256-bit
    Memory Clock 4000 MHz
    DVI 2
    Dual-Link DVI Supported Yes
    HDMI 1 x HDMI 1.4a w/audio
    DisplayPort 1
    Max Resolution 2560 x 1600
    Interface PCI Express 2.0 x 16 (Compatible with 1.1)
    Cooler Type Fan (Dual Slot)
    SLI Supported Yes
    Recommended PSU Wattage 450-Watt
    DirectX DirectX 11
    HDCP Ready Yes
    RAMDAC 400 MHz
  9. philchen said:
    this is my card
    Model ZT-50701-10H
    GPU GeForce GTX 560
    Core Clock 820 MHz
    Core Processors 336 Stream Processors
    Shader Clock 1640 MHz
    Memory Size 1GB
    Memory Type GDDR5
    Memory Interface 256-bit
    Memory Clock 4008 MHz
    DVI 2
    Dual-Link DVI Supported Yes
    HDMI 1 x HDMI 1.4a
    DisplayPort 1
    Max Resolution 2560 x 1600
    Interface PCI Express 2.0 x 16 (Compatible with 1.1)
    Cooler Type Fan (Dual Slot)
    SLI Supported Yes
    Recommended PSU Wattage 450-Watt
    DirectX DirectX 11
    HDCP Ready Yes
    RAMDAC 400 MHz


    philchen said:
    and this one it i try to match they are the same
    anyone have other graphic card to suggest ?
    or what is your mean for vram bit size.
    where i can see it.

    GPU GeForce GTX 560 Ti
    Core Clock 822 MHz
    Core Processors 384 Stream Processors
    Shader Clock 1645 MHz
    Memory Size 1GB
    Memory Type GDDR5
    Memory Interface 256-bit
    Memory Clock 4000 MHz
    DVI 2
    Dual-Link DVI Supported Yes
    HDMI 1 x HDMI 1.4a w/audio
    DisplayPort 1
    Max Resolution 2560 x 1600
    Interface PCI Express 2.0 x 16 (Compatible with 1.1)
    Cooler Type Fan (Dual Slot)
    SLI Supported Yes
    Recommended PSU Wattage 450-Watt
    DirectX DirectX 11
    HDCP Ready Yes
    RAMDAC 400 MHz


    The bits in bold are the important things that have to match, It's best to match up the memory sizes as well so run two 1GB cards or two 2GB cards.
  10. so i need to match the amount of stream processor.
    and do i need to care about the letter for the chip
    like GF114 (seach form web)
  11. philchen said:
    so i need to match the amount of stream processor.
    and do i need to care about the letter for the chip
    like GF114 (seach form web)

    Yes, that has to match as well.
  12. Thank a lot !!!

    that make me clear .

    is that other cards can pair with this card ?
    any idea? .. .`=. =!~

    and i have more question. Is that really big different for the FPS between
    two gtx 560 sli vs two gtx 560 ti sli
  13. in order to sli you need to have two of the same cards, no you can't sli your 560ti with any other card but 560ti.
  14. alvine said:
    in order to sli you need to have two of the same cards, no you can't sli your 560ti with any other card but 560ti.



    can i choose a other brand for gtx 560 ?
  15. Yes.
  16. Best answer
    The way it works is a GTX 560 can only pair with another GTX 560 but they have the same 1gb memory (unless its a 2 GB card). If your are trying to SLI a GTX 560 ti with a GTX 560. Its not gonna work. You have to have the same amount of Cuda cores and the same amount of memory ( reccomended same brand and card name) but You can use for example a Zotac GTX 560 with a ASUS DCII GTX 560.
  17. Thank for anyone who help me above. i though you all did a good job
    .and i will Overclock my 560 for sure
  18. Best answer selected by philchen.
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