- 1GB 512-Bit GDDR3
- Core Clock 621MHz
- 2 x DVI
- 240 CUDA Cores
- PCI Express 2.0 x16
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Gtx 560ti league 02/25/2013
I got this when it was on sale for $80 and at that price point this card was a no brainer. Without adjusting the voltage I set the core clock to 700 MHz and have had 0 problems. At this speed I get a consistent 50-60 fps on the high preset in BF3 at 1080p. Works great in far cry 3.
Is a bit thirsty. Have had this running in my home theater PC for 4 months on a 500 watt power supply. This is also with a power thirsty AMD Phenom ii. So far 0 problems but I feel as though is is the minimum for power supplies. As far as other cons though yea it only supports directx 10, but hey if your focus is your kill count then you can ignore that.
I've been very pleased with this card. At $120 at the time of this post though. I'm not sure it's worth it. At that price point I feel like a gtx 560 or a gtx 650ti would be worth the extra cash, but if you only have the $120 and your hesitating, just get it and enjoy your games.
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