NVIDIA launches GeForce 560 Ti Share your questions/comments regarding our latest $250 GPU
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Hey folks,

NVIDIA just launched their newest GPU, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti. GeForce.com recently interviewed product marketing manager Justin Walker and we thought we'd share that interview with you fine folk.

Here is the link: http://www.geforce.com/#/News/articles/gtx560ti-interview

If you have any questions or comments, we'll try to have Justin take a look at them!

Cheers,
GeForce.com game and technology editor Jimmy Thang
Hey folks,



NVIDIA just launched their newest GPU, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti. GeForce.com recently interviewed product marketing manager Justin Walker and we thought we'd share that interview with you fine folk.



Here is the link: http://www.geforce.com/#/News/articles/gtx560ti-interview



If you have any questions or comments, we'll try to have Justin take a look at them!



Cheers,

GeForce.com game and technology editor Jimmy Thang

#1
Posted 01/25/2011 11:42 PM   
Hi, I don't want to sound rude, but does this have the same compatibility issue as the GYX 460 in P45 motherboads? I ask this because I owned a GTX 460 which didn't work in my P45 chipset and just brought a 6970 and would prefur a Nvidia card. Could you test it in a MS-7514. Thanks.
Hi, I don't want to sound rude, but does this have the same compatibility issue as the GYX 460 in P45 motherboads? I ask this because I owned a GTX 460 which didn't work in my P45 chipset and just brought a 6970 and would prefur a Nvidia card. Could you test it in a MS-7514. Thanks.

#2
Posted 01/26/2011 10:17 AM   
Hey Jimmy, GeForce (Beta) looks great and alot of useful info. I really like the "Interviews", good stuff. [img]http://forums.nvidia.com/public/style_emoticons/default/thanks.gif[/img] TJ
Hey Jimmy, GeForce (Beta) looks great and alot of useful info. I really like the "Interviews", good stuff. Image TJ

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#3
Posted 01/26/2011 02:55 PM   
I think that im going to step up to this one, even though it does have less cuda cores and memory than my gtx 470. In all the reviews it's performance is 5-10fps faster in most benchmarks & Games except Futuremark, though that doesn't bother me to much I rather have a card that is stable and can play games without crashing unlike my 470 that crashes and artifacts in about every game I own.
I think that im going to step up to this one, even though it does have less cuda cores and memory than my gtx 470. In all the reviews it's performance is 5-10fps faster in most benchmarks & Games except Futuremark, though that doesn't bother me to much I rather have a card that is stable and can play games without crashing unlike my 470 that crashes and artifacts in about every game I own.

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#4
Posted 01/26/2011 03:48 PM   
I'm going for the 2gb Palit version soon. Looks great. The galaxy one looks nice too here in the usa.
I'm going for the 2gb Palit version soon. Looks great. The galaxy one looks nice too here in the usa.

#5
Posted 01/26/2011 11:25 PM   
[quote name='middydj' date='26 January 2011 - 05:25 PM' timestamp='1296084310' post='1184162']
I'm going for the 2gb Palit version soon. Looks great. The galaxy one looks nice too here in the usa.
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Yeah a 2gb version sounds like a real winner to me,can't wait to see some benchmarks on that one :P
[quote name='middydj' date='26 January 2011 - 05:25 PM' timestamp='1296084310' post='1184162']

I'm going for the 2gb Palit version soon. Looks great. The galaxy one looks nice too here in the usa.





Yeah a 2gb version sounds like a real winner to me,can't wait to see some benchmarks on that one :P

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#6
Posted 01/27/2011 01:46 AM   
I'd get Asus DirectCU II TOP, or Gigabyte SOC, and 2GB version only if going for SLI.
I'd get Asus DirectCU II TOP, or Gigabyte SOC, and 2GB version only if going for SLI.

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#7
Posted 01/27/2011 02:34 AM   
[quote name='nesco1801' date='26 January 2011 - 06:34 PM' timestamp='1296095667' post='1184280']
I'd get Asus DirectCU II TOP, or Gigabyte SOC, and 2GB version only if going for SLI.
[/quote]
Quick question not sure if this is the place. The new GTX560ti ? I almost purchased 2 GTX470's then I seen these GTX560's came out on the 25th? Or I could buy 1 GTX580. Where am I gonna get the best out of the options provided. The forum I am looking for is the one that can give me the best educated answer. I am sort of new at sli and high end video configs. Please direct me to the right forum. I prefer Nvidia not interested in ATI.
[quote name='nesco1801' date='26 January 2011 - 06:34 PM' timestamp='1296095667' post='1184280']

I'd get Asus DirectCU II TOP, or Gigabyte SOC, and 2GB version only if going for SLI.



Quick question not sure if this is the place. The new GTX560ti ? I almost purchased 2 GTX470's then I seen these GTX560's came out on the 25th? Or I could buy 1 GTX580. Where am I gonna get the best out of the options provided. The forum I am looking for is the one that can give me the best educated answer. I am sort of new at sli and high end video configs. Please direct me to the right forum. I prefer Nvidia not interested in ATI.

#8
Posted 01/27/2011 03:18 AM   
[quote name='drakieboi' date='26 January 2011 - 02:17 AM' timestamp='1296037049' post='1183783']
Hi, I don't want to sound rude, but does this have the same compatibility issue as the GYX 460 in P45 motherboads? I ask this because I owned a GTX 460 which didn't work in my P45 chipset and just brought a 6970 and would prefur a Nvidia card. Could you test it in a MS-7514. Thanks.
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I believe your previous graphics card was defective. The Geforce GTX 560 Ti does not have any known hardware compatibility problems with Intel P45 chipsets.
[quote name='drakieboi' date='26 January 2011 - 02:17 AM' timestamp='1296037049' post='1183783']

Hi, I don't want to sound rude, but does this have the same compatibility issue as the GYX 460 in P45 motherboads? I ask this because I owned a GTX 460 which didn't work in my P45 chipset and just brought a 6970 and would prefur a Nvidia card. Could you test it in a MS-7514. Thanks.





I believe your previous graphics card was defective. The Geforce GTX 560 Ti does not have any known hardware compatibility problems with Intel P45 chipsets.

We can't fix your bug if we can't reproduce it. Please provide as much details as possible including specs, steps to reproduce, graphics settings used, etc..

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#9
Posted 01/31/2011 08:45 PM   
[quote name='imtrippin' date='26 January 2011 - 07:18 PM' timestamp='1296098296' post='1184301']
Quick question not sure if this is the place. The new GTX560ti ? I almost purchased 2 GTX470's then I seen these GTX560's came out on the 25th? Or I could buy 1 GTX580. Where am I gonna get the best out of the options provided. The forum I am looking for is the one that can give me the best educated answer. I am sort of new at sli and high end video configs. Please direct me to the right forum. I prefer Nvidia not interested in ATI.
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In most cases, the Geforce GTX 560 Ti SLI will give you slightly better performance than a single Geforce GTX 580. In certain cases where a game doesn't scale well or uses a lot of video memory, a single Geforce GTX 580 may performance better. If you do decide to go with two Geforce GTX 560 Ti in SLI, please make sure your motherboard is SLI certified and your power supply provides sufficient power to drive two of these graphics cards.
[quote name='imtrippin' date='26 January 2011 - 07:18 PM' timestamp='1296098296' post='1184301']

Quick question not sure if this is the place. The new GTX560ti ? I almost purchased 2 GTX470's then I seen these GTX560's came out on the 25th? Or I could buy 1 GTX580. Where am I gonna get the best out of the options provided. The forum I am looking for is the one that can give me the best educated answer. I am sort of new at sli and high end video configs. Please direct me to the right forum. I prefer Nvidia not interested in ATI.





In most cases, the Geforce GTX 560 Ti SLI will give you slightly better performance than a single Geforce GTX 580. In certain cases where a game doesn't scale well or uses a lot of video memory, a single Geforce GTX 580 may performance better. If you do decide to go with two Geforce GTX 560 Ti in SLI, please make sure your motherboard is SLI certified and your power supply provides sufficient power to drive two of these graphics cards.

We can't fix your bug if we can't reproduce it. Please provide as much details as possible including specs, steps to reproduce, graphics settings used, etc..

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#10
Posted 01/31/2011 09:01 PM   
[quote name='ManuelG' date='31 January 2011 - 01:01 PM' timestamp='1296507671' post='1186790']
In most cases, the Geforce GTX 560 Ti SLI will give you slightly better performance than a single Geforce GTX 580. In certain cases where a game doesn't scale well or uses a lot of video memory, a single Geforce GTX 580 may performance better. If you do decide to go with two Geforce GTX 560 Ti in SLI, please make sure your motherboard is SLI certified and your power supply provides sufficient power to drive two of these graphics cards.
[/quote]

Thanks, but I decided to go with the single GTX580. This is the system specs I built


COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus
EVGA SuperClocked GeForce GTX 580 1536MB
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)
ASUS P8P67 PRO LGA 1155 Intel P6
Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost)
OCZ Onyx Series 80gig SSD



This way I can upgrade to the 580 sli later. /thanks.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thanks:' />
[quote name='ManuelG' date='31 January 2011 - 01:01 PM' timestamp='1296507671' post='1186790']

In most cases, the Geforce GTX 560 Ti SLI will give you slightly better performance than a single Geforce GTX 580. In certain cases where a game doesn't scale well or uses a lot of video memory, a single Geforce GTX 580 may performance better. If you do decide to go with two Geforce GTX 560 Ti in SLI, please make sure your motherboard is SLI certified and your power supply provides sufficient power to drive two of these graphics cards.





Thanks, but I decided to go with the single GTX580. This is the system specs I built





COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus

EVGA SuperClocked GeForce GTX 580 1536MB

CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)

ASUS P8P67 PRO LGA 1155 Intel P6

Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost)

OCZ Onyx Series 80gig SSD







This way I can upgrade to the 580 sli later. /thanks.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thanks:' />

#11
Posted 01/31/2011 09:31 PM   
I used to have ATi Radeon 3870 on crossfire, since one 3870 gpu burned a few weeks ago. I decided to go back with GeForce since the reliability of their products.
So i got the 560 Superclocked from EVGA. Now I can play Starcraft 2 and Civilization 5 without any problems!
I used to have ATi Radeon 3870 on crossfire, since one 3870 gpu burned a few weeks ago. I decided to go back with GeForce since the reliability of their products.

So i got the 560 Superclocked from EVGA. Now I can play Starcraft 2 and Civilization 5 without any problems!

#12
Posted 02/04/2011 06:31 AM   
Just got this card. Crashes (BSOD) on pretty much any game within 20 minutes and the temps never go above 50C. Running a 750PSU so power shouldn't be a problem. RMAd it for another and still the same problem. Just bad luck or does Nvidia need to work on some new drivers?

When it does work I get some amazing framerates :p
Just got this card. Crashes (BSOD) on pretty much any game within 20 minutes and the temps never go above 50C. Running a 750PSU so power shouldn't be a problem. RMAd it for another and still the same problem. Just bad luck or does Nvidia need to work on some new drivers?



When it does work I get some amazing framerates :p

#13
Posted 02/10/2011 03:18 AM   
[quote name='Kshef' date='09 February 2011 - 07:18 PM' timestamp='1297307899' post='1191588']
Just got this card. Crashes (BSOD) on pretty much any game within 20 minutes and the temps never go above 50C. Running a 750PSU so power shouldn't be a problem. RMAd it for another and still the same problem. Just bad luck or does Nvidia need to work on some new drivers?

When it does work I get some amazing framerates :p
[/quote]

You may have gotten a bad batch or something. What brand is it?

And I am currently saving up for the 560 Ti. Which one to go for? I am leaning towards three brands: Gigabyte for its Super OC card, ASUS for the sweet DirectCU II cooler, and EVGA for the lifetime warranty and possible step-up program. Choices, choices...
[quote name='Kshef' date='09 February 2011 - 07:18 PM' timestamp='1297307899' post='1191588']

Just got this card. Crashes (BSOD) on pretty much any game within 20 minutes and the temps never go above 50C. Running a 750PSU so power shouldn't be a problem. RMAd it for another and still the same problem. Just bad luck or does Nvidia need to work on some new drivers?



When it does work I get some amazing framerates :p





You may have gotten a bad batch or something. What brand is it?



And I am currently saving up for the 560 Ti. Which one to go for? I am leaning towards three brands: Gigabyte for its Super OC card, ASUS for the sweet DirectCU II cooler, and EVGA for the lifetime warranty and possible step-up program. Choices, choices...

#14
Posted 02/10/2011 03:23 AM   
[quote name='jjsoviet' date='09 February 2011 - 10:23 PM' timestamp='1297308224' post='1191591']
You may have gotten a bad batch or something. What brand is it?

And I am currently saving up for the 560 Ti. Which one to go for? I am leaning towards three brands: Gigabyte for its Super OC card, ASUS for the sweet DirectCU II cooler, and EVGA for the lifetime warranty and possible step-up program. Choices, choices...
[/quote]
Im using the MSI twin Frozr 560.
[quote name='jjsoviet' date='09 February 2011 - 10:23 PM' timestamp='1297308224' post='1191591']

You may have gotten a bad batch or something. What brand is it?



And I am currently saving up for the 560 Ti. Which one to go for? I am leaning towards three brands: Gigabyte for its Super OC card, ASUS for the sweet DirectCU II cooler, and EVGA for the lifetime warranty and possible step-up program. Choices, choices...



Im using the MSI twin Frozr 560.

#15
Posted 02/10/2011 04:33 AM   
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