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EVGA 02G-P3-1569-KR GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win (Fermi) 2GB 512-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card

  • 2 GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi)
  • 2GB GDDR5
  • PCI Express 2.0 x16
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
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  • Juan O.
  • 2/26/2012 9:44:15 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsAgain Newegg... you want me to shop else where

Pros: The card itself is acquire amazing. Make sure you have a good vented case and you will have no problems play games or rendering a few things. The SLI on one card it great to save me some space. Running of a 750 Corsair with no issues.

Cons: The fans can get a little loud but I was going to expect that. I replaced a few case fans with some Noctura fans to lower the noise and increase air flow. One fan seems to shake at make a very horrid noise from the card.

Other Thoughts: Again Newegg has show some of its darker shades of red it seems. I order a "New" GTX 560 2Win and got a refurb or something. The box has a box length cut and taped , missing a few items in it, and the fans rattle a bit. All they would offer me is $25 and I lose my 30 buyers remorse. That is not acceptable, giving that I overnight this item and 2 other shipments. I need this type of card because of the one card SLI for my case. I am trying to get a hold of someone at Newegg that did resolve my issue before. I thought about ordering more but looks like I might buy else where.
I might try EVGA to see what they may be able to do about the missing parts, but Newegg should admit the wrong here. Sadly this card is now deactivated it seems.

Manufacturer Response:

Hello,

I am sorry to hear of the condition of the card you received. Please email me your serial number so I can work with you directly on this, Matth@evga.com

Regards,
Matthew Hurwitz
Assistant Product Manager

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/17/2012 4:22:01 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice Card

Pros: Great card for a one-monitor system. Running @ 1080 and see great FPS in all games. MAX temps are in the high 60's.

Batman: AC, 65 FPS (DX9)
Batman: AA, 115 FPS
Crysis: 85 FPS

Cons: A little load at times.

Other Thoughts: ASUS X58 Sabertooth
I7-980x
Corsair AX1200

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  • Ralph T.
  • 2/10/2012 11:16:41 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

1 out of 5 eggsUpon Further inspection, I dont know

Pros: 20-30 percent more capabilities than the 580.

Cons: THIS CARD CANNOT BE SLI'D WITH ANOTHER IDENTICAL CARD.
-I called EVGA because I thought great if I get two I'll have quad GPU's, but you cannot. This card is a stand alone card. The 560 Ti 2win, was not designed by NVIDIA, and as such EVGA didn't design so you could SLI two cards.

It is cheaper to SLI two 560 Ti's.

Other Thoughts: You can SLI two 590's, even though they are also have dual GPU's on a single card.
-I called EVGA and confirmed this. This is because NVIDIA designed the card for such.

I just bought a superclocked EVGA 570, can SLI those together.

Manufacturer Response:

Hello,

It is true you cannot run these in Quad SLI. It is a limitation of the driver. Since the card is a dual GPU card you can however run it in 2-way SLI with a single card. If you ever have questions on our products and their capabilities prior to purchasing a card please call our 24/7 pre-sales line (888)-881-3842

Regards,
Matthew Hurwitz
Assistant Product Manager
Matth@evga.com

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  • Joshua H.
  • 2/8/2012 10:30:33 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat Card

Pros: This card is great, It plays all the newest games on the highest settings without any problems! 20-30% better performance than a single 580! Two GPUs on one PCB is great for those without the motherboard to support 2 cards in SLi. Lots of video out ports(3 DVI) to run a surround setup.

Cons: NO 4-way SLi, the drivers simply don't support it as this is not a reference design from nVidia.
Only 2 GB of VRAM, so the surround probably wont work to good at high resolutions.

Other Thoughts: Some people mention it doesn't SLi the card in non-SLi boards ie-older AMD chipsets.
There is a work around for it. Just search "hyperSLI' in google you'll find it.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/4/2012 2:49:26 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPerfect Card!

Pros: This card is FAST! Normally I dont write reviews, but I have been looking at all the people that seem to be unhappy. I bought this card to run five (soon to be six) monitors. I tested the system in SLI without running into any problems. Overall I am very happy with this card and it has performed without an issues. I will say that I do not use SLI day-to-day, I bought the card because it has two GPUs on one PCIe slot.

Cons: There is one con: First on the P67A-UD7 (my motherboard) the 2win takes up three PCIe slots, so it covers my second PCIe x16 slot. At first I wasnt very happy and I think EVGA needs to slim down the cooler a bit but I just moved the second graphics card down to the x8 slot without a performance hit on the other two monitors so I will live. This is not a reason to return the card, but I wanted two of these which isnt going to happen now. Maybe in the future with a new board or something.

Other Thoughts: I would like to detail my install method which might help others. Specs:
-P67-UD7-B3 motherboard
-2600k @ 4.4
-16Gb g skill @ 2133
-850w corsair psu
-9600gt (for two monitors)
-5 22'' Westinghouse LCDs
-Samsung 830 256Gb SSD
-Windows 7 Ult.

Since I was running nvidia cards to begin with I uninstalled the drivers I had and updated to 285.62 (as of Feb. 3, 2012). Made sure there were not issues and disabled SLI. Shut off the system and installed the new 560 2win, rebooted and the drivers found the card. Straight forward without issue. I have been running benchmarks like crazy to make sure everything works and I have not had a single problem thus far. Personally, I dont understand why people are having so many problems. The card took less than an hour to install and I have been running the computer ever since. Highly Recommended!!

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/2/2012 1:04:17 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDon't buy this card.

Pros: Three fans. Stays cold. Looks cool.

Cons: performance is way below par.

Other Thoughts: What can I say, paying around $500 for this card and seeing bandwidth specs beyon the 220gb/s mark along with a texture fill rate of 80g/s + I was really expecting this card to rock. What a dissapoitment. I've got a classified 580gtx ultra 3gb and it rocks this card in any game i play for about the same price point. I would say this card is a touch better than my old gtx280 ssc. Not much of an improvement considering its been like 3 years. Way to go nvidia, the cats outta the bag now.

Manufacturer Response:

Hello,

I do apologize if you are unhappy with the performance of the card. In benchmarks the 560 2win will produce a higher score than the EVGA 580 classified ultra. Depending on the game and the setting the ultra may run better as it has 3GB of Vram compared to 1 usable gig on the 560 Ti 2win. When comparing its scores to your 280 please ensure you have SLI enabled and test both cards using DX9 to get an accurate comparison of their performance.

Regards,
Matthew Hurwitz
Assistant Product Manager
Matth@evga..com

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  • Michael S.
  • 1/17/2012 4:24:34 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsRequires SLI Mobo

Pros: Don't know of any

Cons: Contrary to info here this card will not work with non SLI motherboards, and in fact it does not work with my D975XBX2, so it really makes no sense buying this card at all.

Other Thoughts: EVGA should really be more up front about this issue. In fact, I called their pre-sales line and was assured that there was a "better than 95%" chance that it would work, although he "wouldn't guarantee it".

Manufacturer Response:

Hello,

The card does work in non-SLI ready motherboards, however due to the amount of motherboards on the market we cannot guarantee compatibility with all non-SLI motherboards. Please email me directly, Matth@evga.com so I can work with you on this.

Regards,
Matthew Hurwitz
Assistant Product Manager

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  • Kris C.
  • 1/15/2012 3:19:41 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsEVGA P55 Classified 200

Pros: Finally an NVideo Card that will do 3 monitors. You need more!!!
With a nice Mother Board like an EVGA P55 Classified 200 you need to fill it up properly!

Cons: NOT CHEAP!! But still Cheaper than my 2 EVGA 570 Classified

Other Thoughts: EVGA P55 Classified 200
Have this set up with an LIS 9260 Three Plextor x128, Sat 3 in raid 5, 2 C300CTFSSAC0 X64 RAID 0 for CaseCade SSD Caching . And an LSI 9280 with 8 WD1002FAX0 Sata 3 in raid 50. And 6 WD 2tb.Green Sata 2 drives in raid 10. LG 12 x BLUERAY Writer. An extra Asus PCI E card with 2 Sata 3 and USB 3.
Lots of play room and to Back-up my other PC’s 16 GB. 1866 GSkill with a K875 clocked at 3.6 and that will turbo to 4.3 + H70 Corsair in a Corsair 600 case
Purrs right along at a nice 912 Core Clock 1824 Shader Clock and Memory Clock at 2053 with no extra heat problems.

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  • Rex M.
  • 1/12/2012 10:56:57 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSLI Alternative

Pros: Great alternative for those of us that can't run SLI on our current setups. The extra cost is worth it IMO to not have to upgrade additional hardware while still seeing the benefits of SLI performance. Card is well cooled, well clocked, and is pretty quiet for having 3 fans attached to it. Three DVI outputs and a Mini-HDMI output will allow for you to setup just about any display configuration.

Handles all games to date without issue even at highest settings if using only a single monitor when gaming. Arkham city tested at 35FPS average @ 1080P res with everything on high, 32xAA and Physics on high. If you've been wanting an SLI setup but don't want to spend the time upgrading hardware than this is the card for you. I would not recommend this card for users attempting to run Nvidia 3d Surround.

Cons: Large and power hungry. I would not suggest this card unless you're running a full size ATX tower and at least a 700-750W PSU with a 50A rail available.

I had to upgrade to a full sized ATX case due to the card running in to my hard drives in my mid-size tower (granted there's 6 HDD's) I also had to upgrade my power supply, my original 650 watt had the 50A rail available to it but with the extra hardware in my case it would not come close to supporting my HDD's as well as this beast of a card.

I have a friend who runs the same card using 3D Vision, the problem he runs in to when gaming is the lack of VRAM available to the card. Since the card only has 2GB available VRAM total, it tends to perform poorly in more resource demanding games.(BF3, Arkham City) If you are looking for a 3D vision setup your best bet is true SLI using 2x580's or 2x590's.

Other Thoughts: All in all a great card for the cost and for it's applications. If you're looking for a performance card without putting money in to other pieces of performance hardware than this is the card for you. It does cost more than a standard 560 SLI setup would run you, but you also don't need a board that supports SLI to run this card, saving you money if this is your current situation. If you can afford the additional performance hardware, or if you're current board supports SLI already I would suggest going to a true SLI setup as you will have more flexibility and updatability.

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  • jerry c.
  • 1/3/2012 4:20:29 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice for the price

Pros: one card SLI
3 fan heat sink design
solid FPS gains upgrading from a GTX260 with 1980x1020 as native resolution (BF3 went from 32-ish to 175+ with the lowest at 120 during intense combaton all high settings).
Skyrim went from 23-35 to a steady 63.1
Love EVGA Precision for on screen display of fps, both GPU temps and their corresponding fan speeds (Which I set to my own curve to put 100% speed @ 70 deg Celsius.) GPU 1 is the only one to reach that high, though it usually runs around 62 deg. Gpu 2 usually around 59 deg even at full load with SLI enabled. Overall good performance although two sepearte cards outperform this one for a cheaper price, this is a good solution for limited slots on the mobo.

Has the mini HDMI port on the card (old card only had DVI).

Cons: fans are loud when they kick into 100% (Can hear over circumaural headphones...kind of subjective, but I don't care to turn the volume up any louder to mask the sound...even still it is not noticeable once im in the game.)

This card is huge! It fit my ATX case mid tower with less than half an inch to spare...had I had something in the bay directly across from the vid card slot I would have had to move it.

Price is a little high still ($520 @ purchase) considering 2 seperate cards with the same GPU's/VRAM outperform for less total cost even though they're using half the material...eh still a great solution for people without room for 2 cards.

All in all nit pickey cons IMO, but cons nonetheless.

Other Thoughts: Came with all necessary cables/adapters, quick delivery, and overall satisfied.

One final thought, is the weight of the card that extends past any point of physical support (EG the side towards the hard drive bays is hanging in air, and has a gradual bend that cant be good for the life of the card. I will probably end up using a ty wrap to help support the card better.

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