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Help plz, GTX 560 vs GTX 570
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I'm customizing a pc have to decide before the deal goes away later. With native resolution, will GTX 570, with higher bus width than 560, benefit pcsx2 at all? such as being able to play more game? or is 560 already good with native resolution on most good graphic games?
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#2
GTX 570 wins unless 560 is excedded 570's bandwidth.
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#3
GTX 560 is enough for most games at 3x or even 4x native res.
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(12-26-2011, 04:10 AM)Livy Wrote: GTX 560 is enough for most games at 3x or even 4x native res.

did you mean enough as full speed, and for good graphic games like Kingdom Heart II?
Thanks for helping, I searched online but many videos was 560Ti OC, not 560.
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#5
the ti version is very close to 560ti you know and do worth the money Smile
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#6
Both cards are well more than enough, especially for that game.

While the 570 is obviously better for extra high resolutions (152GB/s bandwidth). The 560 would be more ideal if you're at all budget conscious, since it's 128GB/s bandwidth is still more than enough.

BTW - The "Ti" has no additional bandwidth. "OC" typically isn't very significant, and can easily be achieved or exceeded by yourself.
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#7
wait

is this the GF114 560/ti or GF110 560ti 448
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(12-26-2011, 07:20 AM)Squall Leonhart Wrote: wait

is this the GF114 560/ti or GF110 560ti 448

it's 560, no ti.
(12-26-2011, 06:36 AM)Rezard Wrote: Both cards are well more than enough, especially for that game.

While the 570 is obviously better for extra high resolutions (152GB/s bandwidth). The 560 would be more ideal if you're at all budget conscious, since it's 128GB/s bandwidth is still more than enough.

BTW - The "Ti" has no additional bandwidth. "OC" typically isn't very significant, and can easily be achieved or exceeded by yourself.

Thank you for the input!
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