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Rank these GTX VGA in performance please~

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March 3, 2012 8:30:58 AM

All MSI series

gtx 560 ti OC D5 1GB Twin2
880MHZ, cuda 384, proc 1760, mem 4200MHZ, 256bit

gtx 560 ti 448cord OC D5 1.2GB Twin3
750MHZ, cuda 448, proc 1500, mem 3900MHZ, 320bit

gtx 570 OC D5 1.2GB Twin2
750MHZ, cuda 480, proc 1500, mem 4000MHZ, 320bit

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suggest me a VGA around this specification/price. (radeon is fine too)

please suggest me which one to get for Gaming, dont have sepearate VGA cooler, just a CPU cooler ZALMAN 9900

i'm looking for VGA with good temperature control.
March 3, 2012 8:43:54 AM

you need to say your budget and your psu
the 570 is better than the twin 3 and 2
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March 3, 2012 8:50:15 AM

depends on the budget your willing to spend. if you want it all out, GTX 570.
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March 3, 2012 8:51:03 AM

sunnk said:
gtx 570 will be the best choice and twinfrozr iii will be good for cooling and overclocking.:) 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

review of this card power edition.

http://www.vortez.net/articles_pages/msi_gtx570_1280mb_...

it does well then hd 6870 in some cases.:) 


why is it that 560ti has higher numbers than 570 yet 570 is betteR?

what are the specific points that differentiates two VGAs?

bang for the buck, which one would be the best choice?
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a c 84 U Graphics card
March 3, 2012 9:01:47 AM

gtx 570 will run games on 1080p with some aa and gtx 560ti on 1080p gaming struggle a bit with aa.
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March 3, 2012 9:04:46 AM

best bang for buck would be that card which is cheaper in price and better in performance but i'd say you should go with gtx 570 twin iii
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a b U Graphics card
March 3, 2012 9:23:49 AM

@ alex - just wait a few months, in Q2 on this year nvidia will release their GTX6xx(Ti) series' which are cooler running and better performing than the GTX 5xx series. My opinion, if you can wait and hold out a lil longer and see what nvidia has to offer price/performance wise - who knows they might spark a price war with the red camp (AMD) and drive some AMD card prices down.

hold onto cash - and pull trigger after 3~4 months
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a c 231 U Graphics card
March 3, 2012 9:44:21 AM

If into moderate overclocking, the Twin Froz is just fine, .....if ya going for the big OC's, I'd avoid the Twin Frozr completely. The MSI Hawk and Lightning 570's both have beefed up non reference VRM's with 8 or more phases.....the Frozr, doesn't .... tho the power edition has 7, the regular Frozr 570's only have 6.

http://www.overclock.net/t/929152/have-you-killed-a-570...

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- Gigabyte 570 OC Windforce 3x and MSI 570 TwinFrozr II both use the reference PCB design with 6 phase VRM (4 for GPU and 2 for memory). They simply put a custom cooler on top. MSI cards have similar incidents reported

- Gainward 570 Phantom, Gainward 570 GS Goes Like Hell, Palit 570 Sonic Platinum all have 8 phase VRMs (6 GPU and 2 memory). Same amount with the GTX 580. All these cards have identical PCB since they belong to the same graphics card manufacturer group

- Asus GTX570 DirectCU II also has 8 phase VRMs (6 GPU and 2 memory)


The 560-448 shares the same PCB as the 570 and therefore is similarly limited. It's just a 570 w/ one of the 15 SM's busted or disabled.

The Twin Frozr 560's also only have 6 phase VRM while the beefed up ones like the Asus TOP and Gigabyte 900 Mhz models have 7 or more.

As for the performance numbers, you decide:

Guru3D uses the following games in their test suite, COD-MW, Bad Company 2, Dirt 2, Far Cry 2, Metro 2033, Dawn of Discovery, Crysis Warhead. Total fps (summing fps in each game @ 1920 x 1200) for the various options in parenthesis (single card / SL or CF) are tabulated below along with their cost in dollars per frame single card - CF or SLI:

Here's the nVidia Lineup

$ 155.00 460-768 MB (314/592) $ 0.49 - $ 0.52
$ 205.00 560 Ti (455/792) $ 0.45 - $ 0.52
$ 205.00 560 Ti - 900 Mhz (495/862) $ 0.41 - $ 0.48
$ 270.00 560-448 (501/835) $ 0.54 - $ 0.65
$ 340.00 570 (524/873) $ 0.65 - $ 0.78
$ 500.00 580 (616/953) $ 0.81 - $ 1.05
$ 750.00 590 (881/982) $ 0.85 - $ 1.53

All of the above are retail products tested "outta the box" with no user or reviewer OC added. Based upon the above, the answer to your question is highlighted in bold....

In single card configuration.....

570 gets 524 fps in the game test suite at a cost of $0.65 per frame
560-448 gets 501 fps in the game test suite at a cost of $0.54 per frame
560 Ti (900Mhz) gets 495 fps in the game test suite at a cost of $0.41 per frame
560 Ti gets 455 fps in the game test suite at a cost of $0.45 per frame

In SLI configuration.....

570 gets 873 fps in the game test suite at a cost of $0.78 per frame
560 Ti (900Mhz) gets 862 fps in the game test suite at a cost of $0.48 per frame
560-448 gets 835 fps in the game test suite at a cost of $0.65 per frame
560 Ti gets 792 fps in the game test suite at a cost of $0.52 per frame

The 900 MHz 560Ti comes from the factory with a 10% overclock, I usually boost that to 22 - 25% ..... 30+% (1070) is possible on the 7 phase designs.

http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=1201&page=17

Note that for just $70 more than one 570 (524 fps), you could have two 900 Mhz 560 Ti's (862 fps)....65% increase in performance for a 21% increase in price.

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March 3, 2012 10:05:15 AM

Lutfij said:
@ alex - just wait a few months, in Q2 on this year nvidia will release their GTX6xx(Ti) series' which are cooler running and better performing than the GTX 5xx series. My opinion, if you can wait and hold out a lil longer and see what nvidia has to offer price/performance wise - who knows they might spark a price war with the red camp (AMD) and drive some AMD card prices down.

hold onto cash - and pull trigger after 3~4 months


the problem is that I live in South Korea;

a release in US sometimes delays in Korea for several months.

What i can do is get my desktop setted up except for teh VGA and use the chipset for it instead.

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a b U Graphics card
March 3, 2012 10:06:56 AM

:)  good alternative, that should pay off if you're patient. what onboard GPU you playing with now?
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March 3, 2012 2:18:58 PM

Lutfij said:
:)  good alternative, that should pay off if you're patient. what onboard GPU you playing with now?


i got some unknown asus m/b with E8400 dualcore wolfdale running on Nvidia 9400GT.

need to get it upgraded for diablo3.
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a b U Graphics card
March 3, 2012 2:28:04 PM

you could play it lowered details :/  and have more smiles with a newer tech GPU
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a b U Graphics card
March 3, 2012 2:52:25 PM

This type of question is always in the form of "pole" thread, which make it more easy for you to see which card has many votes then that should be the best one. I would say get gtx 570 now it's amazing card and could run every game on maxxed setting.
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March 3, 2012 11:22:01 PM

Best answer selected by alex3064.
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