Gigabyte GTX560 Ti SOC

AvP and Crysis Warhead

Gigabyte GTX560 Ti SOC

Alien vs Predator

As we saw from 3D Mark 11 when the stress is really laid down hard the GTX560Ti SOC tends to end up around the HD6950 mark rather than the HD6970 we saw in Vantage. The manual overclocked reference and factory overclocked SOC are inseparable.

 

Crysis Warhead

The ageing Crysis Warhead shows how poorly optimised it is as it gives roughly the same results across all cards. The odd frame here and there is all that keeps the cards apart, but they can all do the 60FPS needed for smooth gameplay.

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25-02-2011, 06:23:27

tinytomlogan
Want a good value graphics card that's pushed as hard as it can be straight out the box? Enter the Gigabyte Super Over Clock series.



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25-02-2011, 06:33:32

SieB
I want to get a 560 but i'm waiting till after the 590 comes out for the price drops. I usually go with Asus for my GPUs but I think i'll give Gigabyte a try after seeing the results for this card.

Also 14,471 PPD my 6850 only gets 3.000 PPD

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25-02-2011, 06:50:52

SnW
I am really wondering if this specific FERMI card will do the same in my EVGA board and PCI-E slot one Quote
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