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560 ti vs The 560 ti 448 version.

I am going to buy this at the end of next week. or maybe earlier!

I am planning to get either one.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130738
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127565

their about the same price but the 560 ti one has the Frozr design.
I don't plan to crossfire nor use more than 1 monitor. Also I plan to overclock them.

Or should I just get the normal 560 ti?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130604

I plan to play Just Cause 2, GTA IV, minecraft, crysis, etc.
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  1. The 560ti 448 is definitely the better card... clocks are all non-reference so it's hard to offer precise comparisons in this case, but IMO the 560ti 448 is the only one of those 3 that's a decent deal given that the 7850 is about to drop down to or even possibly below the $200 price point
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    Why not get the 570


    albeit the best buy at this time period is the 7850 due to its price cuts and similar performance as the 570 but more efficient
  3. dudewitbow said:
    Why not get the 570


    albeit the best buy at this time period is the 7850 due to its price cuts and similar performance as the 570 but more efficient


    wah...? I didn't even see that deal! I'll go with yours :D

    Also will my cpu bottleneck it?

    Amd Phenom II x4 965 BE.
    Or should I just downgrade my gpu for a better cpu?
  4. warliccilraw said:
    wah...? I didn't even see that deal! I'll go with yours :D

    Also will my cpu bottleneck it?

    Amd Phenom II x4 965 BE.
    Or should I just downgrade my gpu for a better cpu?



    your cpu is fine, at the most, all you need to do is overclock it or good quad core performance for the most part. it wont be as good as like the i5 alternative, but shouldnt bottle neck cards like running dual core on a quad core game situation, rather than lose minor fps due to architecture. If seen the 965 BE run top end cards so.
  5. Okay thanks!
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