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EVGA - GeForce GTX 560 2GB GDDR5?

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April 7, 2012 11:57:24 PM

I bought the GTX 560 w/ 2GB GDDR5 from BBY 2 weeks ago since I had gift cards and reward zone certs to use or else I would of gone elsewhere. So far this card has played everything I have at it with almost max settings @ 1920x1080. Is this a great card for gaming or should I look at the 560 TI or even 570?

EVGA - GeForce GTX 560 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 Graphics Card

I read a few things on this card and it seems to stack up pretty well vs. the 560 TI's with 1gb GDDR5.

BTW, the new system I built last weekend has:

i5 2500K
ASRock Z68 Pro M3 Mobo
8gb DDR3 1333hz RAM
a c 1387 U Graphics card
April 8, 2012 12:06:49 AM

It is a good card and should handle most things well at 1080P resolution. I would keep it for a little while and upgrade in 6-12 months when the rest of the next generation is out!
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April 8, 2012 1:30:30 AM

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I agree and you do have a nice rig going on there. In the fucture you will be glad that you have the 2gb of Vram. I will come in handy if you decide to go with more than one monitor.

Or your resolution is over 1920 x 1200. But that card being a EVGA is one of the best brands out there. XFX is another but the EVGA is the best. Good luck to and again nice rig.
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April 8, 2012 3:30:23 AM

gearsx8 said:
I bought the GTX 560 w/ 2GB GDDR5 from BBY 2 weeks ago since I had gift cards and reward zone certs to use or else I would of gone elsewhere. So far this card has played everything I have at it with almost max settings @ 1920x1080. Is this a great card for gaming or should I look at the 560 TI or even 570?

EVGA - GeForce GTX 560 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 Graphics Card

I read a few things on this card and it seems to stack up pretty well vs. the 560 TI's with 1gb GDDR5.

BTW, the new system I built last weekend has:

i5 2500K
ASRock Z68 Pro M3 Mobo
8gb DDR3 1333hz RAM

Wait for a price drop and grab another for SLI. That's how I run them and they are great cards.
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