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beachbomb94 January 5, 2012 03:17 AM

gtx 570 vs gtx 560 ti
 
i'm having a problem of choosing between to cards.. inno3d gtx 570 and msi gtx 560 ti twin froxzr ii . does the brand of the card matters? help me choose..

Dzzope January 5, 2012 09:11 AM

Not really apart from the quality of the cards (in that some produce better custom cards and some with produce the reference design with cheaper parts... that's not to say there is anything wrong with them.

A 570 should be able to beat out a 560Ti even with a slight oc on it. And you will have the benefit of slightly larger ram

beachbomb94 January 6, 2012 06:18 PM

.is inno3d ok?

kazenagi January 7, 2012 11:59 AM

You don't really here much about inno3d outside of Asia and the UK, if you could go with another brand I'd go with asus/msi simply because I've heard better things about their rma processes than inno3d and they rma on serial numbers but if you're stuck with inno3d for the gtx 570 just go with it since it's a reference card. You buy into different brands for reference cards on warranty, support, etc.

enaberif January 7, 2012 12:32 PM

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Originally Posted by beachbomb94 (Post 586679)
i'm having a problem of choosing between to cards.. inno3d gtx 570 and msi gtx 560 ti twin froxzr ii . does the brand of the card matters? help me choose..

get the 560ti and overclock it

dlactin2408 January 7, 2012 01:08 PM

From what I have read the msi gtx 560 ti twin froxzr ii can overclock pretty well. So I would recommend that card, but it also depends on what resolution your playing at and what your other components are.

UNTAMED January 8, 2012 12:37 PM

""And you will have the benefit of slightly larger ram""
-if he gets a second card down the road 1gb will be nerffing the gpu's so ,I vote for the 570 also.
-but also wait a week or 2 and see if the new cards from amd\ati's shake the nv price tree.

enaberif January 8, 2012 01:13 PM

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Originally Posted by UNTAMED (Post 588042)
""And you will have the benefit of slightly larger ram""
-if he gets a second card down the road 1gb will be nerffing the gpu's so ,I vote for the 570 also.
-but also wait a week or 2 and see if the new cards from amd\ati's shake the nv price tree.

If you play at 1024x768 vram won't make much diff :p

rommelrommel January 8, 2012 05:16 PM

Why does everyone act like the more expensive card won't overclock? I know the 560ti probably will go further but if you o/c them both the 570 is stil going to win.

enaberif January 8, 2012 05:22 PM

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Originally Posted by rommelrommel (Post 588101)
Why does everyone act like the more expensive card won't overclock? I know the 560ti probably will go further but if you o/c them both the 570 is stil going to win.

The cost isn't justifiable for the 570 performance compared to getting a 580


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