Whats Ti mean?
Im upgrading my comp from a gt220. Looking at the gtx 560 and the gtx 560ti. whats the diff tech? Ive a Intel i5 650@3.2 ghz 8gb RAM if i get a 500w psu can i run this card? thx
Im upgrading my comp from a gt220. Looking at the gtx 560 and the gtx 560ti. whats the diff tech? Ive a Intel i5 650@3.2 ghz 8gb RAM if i get a 500w psu can i run this card? thx

#1
Posted 08/07/2011 04:23 AM   
The GTX 560 Ti has more shader processors (384 vs 336) and more texture mapping units (64 vs 56) than the non-Ti version. This means that the Ti version is roughly 15% faster which is why it's more expensive than the non-Ti version. As long as you get a good quality 500W PSU that has 2 6-pin PCIe power connectors required to power the card, both versions will run just fine on it.
The GTX 560 Ti has more shader processors (384 vs 336) and more texture mapping units (64 vs 56) than the non-Ti version. This means that the Ti version is roughly 15% faster which is why it's more expensive than the non-Ti version. As long as you get a good quality 500W PSU that has 2 6-pin PCIe power connectors required to power the card, both versions will run just fine on it.

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#2
Posted 08/07/2011 12:10 PM   
But only get the Ti if the price diference is 20 bucks or less or you want to overclock it. If its 30-50 dollars, then the 560 is better value. The performance increase varies from game to game, but its about 2 to 5 FPS.
But only get the Ti if the price diference is 20 bucks or less or you want to overclock it. If its 30-50 dollars, then the 560 is better value. The performance increase varies from game to game, but its about 2 to 5 FPS.

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#3
Posted 08/07/2011 01:03 PM   
Hey thx.I found an overclockd GTX 560 2GB and a GTX560Ti 1GB for bout the same price. still stick with the Ti version?
Hey thx.I found an overclockd GTX 560 2GB and a GTX560Ti 1GB for bout the same price. still stick with the Ti version?

#4
Posted 08/08/2011 03:36 AM   
[quote name='Matt Ford' date='08 August 2011 - 04:36 AM' timestamp='1312774592' post='1276439']
Hey thx.I found an overclockd GTX 560 2GB and a GTX560Ti 1GB for bout the same price. still stick with the Ti version?
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Depends on your resolution.

If your at or below 1920z1200 then get the Ti Version.
[quote name='Matt Ford' date='08 August 2011 - 04:36 AM' timestamp='1312774592' post='1276439']

Hey thx.I found an overclockd GTX 560 2GB and a GTX560Ti 1GB for bout the same price. still stick with the Ti version?





Depends on your resolution.



If your at or below 1920z1200 then get the Ti Version.

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#5
Posted 08/08/2011 08:16 AM   
ive a 23" samsung running it at 1920x1080
ive a 23" samsung running it at 1920x1080

#6
Posted 08/09/2011 02:20 AM   
Get the GTX 560 Ti since the higher number of shaders will be more useful in future games than the extra 1GB which isn't really needed at that resolution.
Get the GTX 560 Ti since the higher number of shaders will be more useful in future games than the extra 1GB which isn't really needed at that resolution.

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#7
Posted 08/09/2011 05:46 AM   
thx i found a EVGA SuperClocked 01G-P3-1567-KR GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi) 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video card for $219 has dual fans prob go with that
thx i found a EVGA SuperClocked 01G-P3-1567-KR GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi) 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video card for $219 has dual fans prob go with that

#8
Posted 08/10/2011 03:03 AM   
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