1GB MSI GTX 560 Ti Twin Frozr II/OC £185.99 @ SCAN (today only) - HotUKDeals
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Today only deal, free delivery from forum sign up. Have to add from Today Only page.
£5 more than the KFA2 version deal but this ones overclocked alot more and probably better cooler.
I've been waiting for this and requested it as a deal which they did :)

650W XFX PSU aswell for £56.39 but I ordered antec true power already.
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I'd like to know what people think is better too as im trying to finalise the parts for my gaming pc

looking on AnandTech's benchmark comparison chart, the 560 seems to offer anywhere from between an extra 3 to an extra 30 fps according to what game it's playing.

But then i could use the 50 saved to put towards a SSD drive. decisions...decisions...

heat added btw :)


Edited By: chevychase on Mar 03, 2011 18:23
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chevychase
I'd like to know what people think is better too as im trying to finalise the parts for my gaming pc

looking on AnandTech's benchmark comparison chart, the 560 seems to offer anywhere from between an extra 3 to an extra 30 fps according to what game it's playing.
But then i could use the 50 saved to put towards a SSD drive. decisions...decisions...

heat added btw :)


If you want a good card go for GTX 480!!! I am so happy with it.
Yes it does cost about £200 but performance is astonishing.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-geforce-gtx-480-194-99-ocuk/863179

Edited By: DownHill911 on Mar 03, 2011 18:31
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yeah, i'd narrowed it down to either the 460 / 480 or this 560 deal posted today

The 480 seems to come out on tops in most benchmarks, the only thing putting me off is the reviews that say the 480s are power hungry and noisy.
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chevychase
yeah, i'd narrowed it down to either the 460 / 480 or this 560 deal posted today

The 480 seems to come out on tops in most benchmarks, the only thing putting me off is the reviews that say the 480s are power hungry and noisy.

My case is Antec 900 and it has loads of fans which are already a bit noisy so......anyway when idle or just watching movies noise from GTX 480 doesn't really bother me. I do not think that it is so bad. For me is GTX 480 pure winner in price/performance ratio.

Edited By: DownHill911 on Mar 03, 2011 19:27
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I went for this one because electricity, noise and heat are also valuable. If you want pure frames per second or frames per pound you might be able to do better..
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if u want a good deal get this one, clocked to 1ghz!
http://www.dabs.com/products/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-560ti-1ghz-1gb-pci-e-hdmi-superoverclo-7B28.html?q=gtx%20560

better than a 570 overall
http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigabyte-gtx-560-ti-soc-review/15


Edited By: dom99 on Mar 03, 2011 20:53
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This card is actually so good that it is worth posting, don't you think?

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