MSI GeForce GTX 560 Ti TWIN FROZR II 1GB NVIDIA Graphics Card £203.47 @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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In stock ready to send (no pre-orders for price comparisons pls)

If you want one of the new 560Ti cards, this is a badboy at a great price.
Free delivery for Hexus/AVforums members, otherwise delivery is very reasonable.
Manufacturing process:40 nm
Cores:384
HDCP Ready: Yes
Core Clock: 880 MHz
Width: Dual Slot
Shader Clock: 1760 MHz
Memory: 1GB
Memory Bit Rate: 256 Bit
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Clock: 4200 MHz
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1 Like #2
I am waiting for the gigabyte soc version.
#3
Well if you can wait, you should. No reason why these won't drop a little within a week and more competition is available, but for launch day this is HOT!
#4
#5
Glix
AMD cards are coming down in price, so should these possibly.[url=%0Ahttp://www.techpowerup.com/139121/AMD-Slashes-Prices-of-Radeon-HD-6800-and-HD-6900-Series-Products.html]
http://www.techpowerup.com/139121/AMD-Slashes-Prices-of-Radeon-HD-6800-and-HD-6900-Series-Products.html[/url]


And so it begins :) doing a build in April. Should be well into a hefty price war by then!
#6
Yep GTX 560Ti just over £200 and HD6950 1Gb at the same price. Decisions decisions........
#7
Good luck choosing between them, both great cards at good prices :)
#8
Delivery with VAT comes to just under £10 - I don't consider that 'very reasonable'. I think that is quite a lot.
#9
Butterbean
Delivery with VAT comes to just under £10 - I don't consider that 'very reasonable'. I think that is quite a lot.


Just join AVforums make 20 posts and save the £10 then! :)
#10
instant_classic
I am waiting for the gigabyte soc version.
I will do the same. Do not forget to post it as ASAP please.
Thanks.
#11
I just ordered one from scan - considering this one is factory overclocked with uprated components and can be pushed beyond 1 ghz on the gpu definately hot. http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=1202&page=17
#12
I just bought: i7 2600K, OCZ Vertex 2E 60GB SSD, 8GB Corsair Vengence CAS8, Antec 902v3 with an asus p8p67 pro.. I'm totally stumped for GPU... Is it worth just grabbing one of these? Waiting for the price-drop on 6950? Or just going for GTX 460 and then SLI at some point? What do you guys reckon..

Also, can anyone decide which 560 is the better card to get - this or the Gigabyte OC, which is a few quid more...

EDIT: After a bit more digging, it appears that the cooling unit on the MSI card is superior and hence offers more potential for later tweaking..

EDIT 2: I ordered one for the heck of it till I hear back from some of you knowledgeable people.. lol

Edited By: r5ingh on Jan 25, 2011 23:39: Err
#13
£199.98 On OcUK today only if you get free delivery with them. Probably will start to get cheaper in the next few weeks though, once the buzz dies down, so I wouldn't be rushing tbh.
#14
So these have a 30% or so performance increase over 460s but cost 35/40% more than a 460. Plus even this numbskull can overclock my vanilla 460 to 837Mhz on the core with a memory overclock to boot.

So i guess my overclocked 460 is pretty close to a standard 560 in all respects. Of course you can overclock a 560 but not by up to 200 MHz on the clock surely? As we now know NVidia were very conservative with the clock speeds on the 460?
#15
chapchap
So these have a 30% or so performance increase over 460s but cost 35/40% more than a 460. Plus even this numbskull can overclock my vanilla 460 to 837Mhz on the core with a memory overclock to boot.

So i guess my overclocked 460 is pretty close to a standard 560 in all respects. Of course you can overclock a 560 but not by up to 200 MHz on the clock surely? As we now know NVidia were very conservative with the clock speeds on the 460?

Its not just about the clock speeds, the core is different too.
Even if you match a clock speed of 880mhz core / 4200mhz memory, the 560ti will still be faster.
Plus everyman and his dog is easily hitting over 1Ghz core clocks with std 560ti cards(no volt bumped cores), once we cards with maybe 1.2v ship, probably see 1100mhz cores that will be pumping out 580 performance levels.
#16
opia
chapchap
So these have a 30% or so performance increase over 460s but cost 35/40% more than a 460. Plus even this numbskull can overclock my vanilla 460 to 837Mhz on the core with a memory overclock to boot.So i guess my overclocked 460 is pretty close to a standard 560 in all respects. Of course you can overclock a 560 but not by up to 200 MHz on the clock surely? As we now know NVidia were very conservative with the clock speeds on the 460?
Its not just about the clock speeds, the core is different too.Even if you match a clock speed of 880mhz core / 4200mhz memory, the 560ti will still be faster.Plus everyman and his dog is easily hitting over 1Ghz core clocks with std 560ti cards(no volt bumped cores), once we cards with maybe 1.2v ship, probably see 1100mhz cores that will be pumping out 580 performance levels.
All true but i still wonder if a 460 taken to extremes vs. a 560 taken to extremes would end up having a 30% performance gap between the two? While costs currently show that a 560 is 35 to 40 % more expensive. That’s all I am pointing out i.e. cost performance of a 460 is much greater than a 560.
#17
The 560 seems to be a replacement for the eol 470 tbh.
Anyway, best I can come up with for a like for like (same card design with just GPU change)
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti SOC V Gigabyte GeForce GTX 460 SOC
http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigabyte-gtx-560-ti-soc-review/20

http://img638.imageshack.us/img638/7933/560l.png


As you can see the difference at 1920x1200 max overclocks is closer to 25% then 30%.

A basic stock 560 is within a couple of % of a stock470, so you can work it back from there (i guess).
Hopefuly when more cards ship we should see cards available in the price region;
460GTX1GB = £150
560GTX1GB = £190
or just over 25% increase in cost, so should balance out nicely tbh.

Hope that helps !
#18
"460GTX1GB = £150" No in fact more like £125 and at the moment the cheapest 560GTX1GB = £199.99 That's 37.5% price difference

So two http://www.ebuyer.com/product/233611?utm_source=google&utm_medium=products for £250 would be blinding future proof performance.

But the GTX 560 is still a great card-wish i had the money to get one :) Might have to wait for the 460 to drop in price even more and go down the SLI route..
#19
but your comparing a pretty basic 460 with fairly low mem/core clocks.

If that was the case and you wish to compare in a true like for like performance situation (stock clocked 560 v stock460) then your talking around 35-38% performance difference anyway.
#20
opia
but your comparing a pretty basic 460 with fairly low mem/core clocks.

If that was the case and you wish to compare in a true like for like performance situation (stock clocked 560 v stock460) then your talking around 35-38% performance difference anyway.


I give up
1 Like #21
I just received mine.. it's a beast! This is definitely worth getting over the Gigabyte just for the cooler.

Thanks OP!
#22
r5ingh
I just received mine.. it's a beast! This is definitely worth getting over the Gigabyte just for the cooler.

Thanks OP!


no probs, i would be interested to know what you manage to get the core upto (if you even bother overclocking it more)
#23
I'm waiting for my other components to arrive:
i7 2600k, Asus P8p67 Pro, Corsair Vengeance 8GB CAS8, Antec 902 v3, TRUE 120 ULTRA, OCZ Vertex 2E SSD together with this GTX460 and a few other minor goodies..

I don't think I will OC just yet, However, this card reaches a stable OC at 1030MHz, some even nerdier people than me say that with revised FW, it should hit 1.1GHZ without any problems! :)
#24
Various videos, unboxing, testing, overclocking etc. HERE
#25
lol .. prob best

chapchap
opia
but your comparing a pretty basic 460 with fairly low mem/core clocks.If that was the case and you wish to compare in a true like for like performance situation (stock clocked 560 v stock460) then your talking around 35-38% performance difference anyway.
I give up
#26
I have the MSI GTX 460 Hawk, the same cooler, and it's a great value card. These coolers work a treat, mine never goes over 45 degrees.....and of course overclocks real well. Sitting at 875 core clock no problem at all (with no voltage mod).

If I were looking at a GTX 560, this is the one I'd go for, no hesitation.

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