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Compatible SLI config for GTX560 Ti 448 limited edition ?

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July 22, 2012 1:44:20 PM

Hi,

I just bought the Gigabyte GTX560 Ti Core 448 for a rig I'm building (Intel i5 2500K + Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3). After I bought the video card I realized they were limited "quantity" (A simple google search will explain). I was wondering if I should buy a second identical video card for SLI purposes or if there are other cards compatible with this model for SLI ?

I read that the TI 448 uses the GF110 GPU so maybe it would work with the GTX 570 ? Then after reading this forum I saw that both cards need the same amount of memory... It's so complicated !
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July 22, 2012 2:27:13 PM

GTX560Ti core 448 from one brand will SLI with another GTX560Ti from another brand. Memory does not have to be the same since the SLI setup will default to the lower installed memory. That is 1GB card + 1.5GB card will result in 1GB SLI setup.
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July 22, 2012 3:32:25 PM

eugord said:
Hi,

I just bought the Gigabyte GTX560 Ti Core 448 for a rig I'm building (Intel i5 2500K + Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3). After I bought the video card I realized they were limited edition. I was wondering if I should buy a second identical video card for SLI purposes or if there are other cards compatible with this model for SLI ?

I read that the TI 448 uses the GF110 GPU so maybe it would work with the GTX 570 ? Then after reading this forum I saw that both cards need the same amount of memory... It's so complicated !


You can find a 560ti 448 core's on ebay, grab one for a cheap price and SLI them. This way you can use the 1.5 gb of V ram it has to offer.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=gtx+560ti+448&_saca...
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July 22, 2012 3:38:26 PM

Thanks for the replies. To be more precise, I would like to wait 1 year and buy a better video card to SLI on.

Am I stuck to only using the 560 family or will I be able to add a 570 or similar (because it uses the GF110 GPU and so does the 560 TI 448)
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July 22, 2012 5:32:15 PM

eugord said:
Thanks for the replies. To be more precise, I would like to wait 1 year and buy a better video card to SLI on.

Am I stuck to only using the 560 family or will I be able to add a 570 or similar (because it uses the GF110 GPU and so does the 560 TI 448)


You can always switch to a single high end video card but as of now you can only SLI Gtx 560ti's
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July 22, 2012 11:05:05 PM

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