Warm: eVGA 560 Ti 448 core FTW: $279 Shipped NewEgg

toddw

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Would agree warm.... 6950 can be found for same or less... card preference I guess...
 

Aumakua

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I just posted a deal for the GTX 570 at $289 after MIR, would have to go with that and the extra cores over the 560 448, same price but when OC'd the 570 has more potential.
 

SonDa5

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I just posted a deal for the GTX 570 at $289 after MIR, would have to go with that and the extra cores over the 560 448, same price but when OC'd the 570 has more potential.


Not sure about that. I wouldn't be surprised if the 560ti 448 has more over clocking head room than 570 with stock heat sinks. I don't think a water block will fit on the 560ti 448 so with water cooling the 570 will have an advantage.

Price seems about normal to me.
 

tsuehpsyde

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I just posted a deal for the GTX 570 at $289 after MIR, would have to go with that and the extra cores over the 560 448, same price but when OC'd the 570 has more potential.

Overclocking is never a guarantee, especially with the binned GTX 570 chips. These particular ones aren't - in fact, they're the highest stock speed of any. This card is actually faster in general the way it ships than a GTX 570, thanks to the eVGA clocks. For someone not overclocking, the card I linked is the better choice actually. :)

If overclocking, that's a completely different discussion. :)
 
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