EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Superclocked 2048 MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 2DVI/Mini-HDMI SLI Ready Graphics Card, 02G-P3-1469-KR

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EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Superclocked 2048 MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 2DVI/Mini-HDMI SLI Ready Graphics Card, 02G-P3-1469-KR

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  • GeForce GTX 560 Superclocked with 850 MHz core clock
  • PCI-Express 2.0
  • 2048 MB 256-bit GDDR5 Memory
  • 4104 MHz Memory Clock and 1700 MHz Shader Clock
  • 131.3 GB/sec Memory Bandwidth
  • 47.6 GT/s Texture Fill Rate
  • Microsoft DirectX 11 Support
  • NVIDIA 2-way SLI ready

Looking for a next generation DirectX 11 card that has hard hitting graphics performance, but not hard hitting on your wallet? Look no further than the EVGA GeForce GTX 560. This card allows you to discover the incredibly detailed DirectX 11 worlds, with tessellation performance that destroys the competition. Get your PC ready to dominate this year’s blockbuster game titles like Duke Nukem Forever and Crysis 2! Performance is not the end of the story though; full DirectX 11 done right that blows away the competition, NVIDIA 3D Vision, NVIDIA Surround Gaming, NVIDIA PhysX and award winning EVGA support give you the edge on your opponents and peace of mind on your hardware. Get an immersive experience today with the EVGA GeForce GTX 560. Specifications include the GTX 560 (850 MHz core clock) chipset, 2048MB of GDDR5 memory with a 4104 MHz memory clock, 256 bit memory interface, 1700 MHz Shader Clock, 336 CUDA cores, 131.3 GB/sec Memory Bandwidth, 47.6 GT/s Texture Fill Rate and PCI Expr
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EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Superclocked 2048 MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 2DVI/Mini-HDMI SLI Ready Graphics Card, 02G-P3-1469-KR

EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Superclocked 2048 MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 2DVI/Mini-HDMI SLI Ready Graphics Card, 02G-P3-1469-KR

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  1. 17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Bang for Buck! -Review of EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Superclocked 2048 MB, February 21, 2012
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    This video card is amazing. Only had it a little over a month, but thus far have had no problems at all with it. For its price it performs extremely well in my opinion. Right out of the box it’s great, download MSI Afterburner (Or similar overclocking software) and overclock it some and it turns into almost a different card with STELLAR performance.(My OC settings below) Installing the card and drivers were a breeze! It runs nice and cool with it idling around 30 C and when bench marking for a few hours, tops out around 61-64 C, though your results may vary.
    Note: It has to heat up considerably before the fans kick in and ramp up, so if you’re seeing temperatures you think are too high then just manually turn up the fan speed using something like MSI Afterburner.

    My FPS: (overclocked)

    Bf3 Multiplayer @ 1920×1080 ultra- ~40 FPS depending on situation
    Bf3 Multiplayer @ 1920×1080 high- ~55-60 FPS depending on situation

    Bf3 Multiplayer @ 1280×1024 ultra- ~65 FPS depending on situation (My second monitor runs at this res which is why I included it)
    Bf3 Multiplayer @ 1280×1024 high- ~80+ FPS depending on situation

    Team Fortress 2 @ 1920×1080 All highest settings- 250-350 FPS depending on situation (Same for CS:S/L4D(2)/Almost all Valve games)

    Minecraft @ 1920×1080 Fancy, Far, Smooth Lighting- 240-900 FPS depending on situation

    Note about Battlefield 3: If you plan on buying a GTX 560 but can’t decide between the 2 or 1 GB version and plan on almost only playing Battlefield 3 I’d HIGHLY recommend the 2GB Version. When playing on ultra it was using up to 1.4 – 1.5 GB of VRAM. Just a heads up.

    All the above FPS are fairly rough and depend on other components, keep that in mind if you have some older components in your system.

    My Overclock settings: (Using MSI Afterburner)

    Core Voltage (mV)- Default
    Core Clock (MHz)- 960
    Shader Clock (MHz)- 1920
    Memory Clock(MHz)- 2004

    Keep in mind that these overclock settings may not work for everyone, I’d recommend not touching your voltage if it’s your first time overclocking but only mess with the Core/Shader clock.

    With this particular card I’d start at around 900 MHz then run some sort of bench marking program to make sure it’s stable. I recommend Unigine(Google it, it’s free as is Afterburner). Then work your way up in 10 Mhz increments. If your screen goes black it means the overclock was too high, just lower your core/shader until it runs without giving you an error or crashing for about an hour or two of running.

    Rest of my computer:

    i5 2500k Oc’d @ 4.3 Ghz
    4GB 1333 Mhz RAM (Upgrading to 16GB 1600 Mhz Soon)
    Gigabyte Z68XP-UD4
    GTX 560 2GB

    Also,
    I plan to SLI fairly soon (1-2 months) so if I remember I’ll edit this and add SLI performance and temperatures.

    tl:dr – It’s a great card, buy it if it’s in your budget, close to a Gtx 570 performance if you overclock this beast! Runs Bf3 @ High very very well.

    I hope you found this review helpful, thanks for reading! This truly is a GREAT card!

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  2. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent video card, November 25, 2011
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    B. Elkin
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    This video card is simply outstanding. I’m having a bit of trouble with one of the video drivers, but the performance of the unit itself is perfect. I searched quite a while to decide on the 2gb card and I’m glad I did. It gives me top performance in one card with no need to buy 2 and go with SLI. I highly recommend it.

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  3. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy install, great performance, January 5, 2012
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    D. G. Devin
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    This review is from: EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Superclocked 2048 MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 2DVI/Mini-HDMI SLI Ready Graphics Card, 02G-P3-1469-KR (Personal Computers)

    A friend who builds computers for family and friends recommended the EVGA 560 graphics cards because of their overall quality and high performance at a reasonable price (EVGA and Asus being the two brands he uses). I only needed a new video card in my new computer because someone talked me into buying Battlefield 3 and my old Geforce 9800 GT was having a lot of problems, couldn’t run full-screen without getting choppy and it crashed often too. That’s what I get for putting an older video card into a new computer.

    I did a lot of reading of customer reviews and then chose the two gigabyte version of the 560. I was delighted with how easy installation was, if you’ve swapped out video or sound cards before you shouldn’t have any trouble. I’d checked and made sure I had a couple of unused 6-pin power connectors available in my PC, and I read the instructions several times first so everything went nice and smooth. Installing the drivers from the supplied CD produced one glitch, Windows 7 wanted to find and install drivers itself so the EVGA install disc couldn’t finish. Once I found the Windows Install Wizard running in the background I just let it finish and then installed the drivers on the disc, and then of course updated them with the latest versions online (which Battlefield 3 advised doing with a pop-up).

    On most (static) material there wasn’t a startling difference in quality, but once I ran Battlefield 3 the difference was huge. BF3 detected the new video card and adjusted all its settings from “low” to “high”. The game ran in full-screen without any problems, and everything was smooth as silk. I can see the monitor struggling a little to keep up with the graphics card, there is sometimes a little motion blur on fast-moving objects up close. But the frequent crashes with the old video card have gone away, the only crashes now come from BF3 and the servers running the game, not to mention whenever Electronic Arts issues a patch for BF3 they fix one problem and create another, but that’s another issue.

    Games drive the graphics card business, I’d have no need for such a high-performance card for most of my computing, even the strategic games I traditionally played don’t demand this kind of performance. But trying to play these FPS shooter games requires this kind of video card, anything less just won’t deliver what these games demand of the hardware. Given the ease of installation and the performance I’ve seen I recommend the EVGA 560 cards. You can certainly spend more money if you’re a complete gaming fanatic, but I don’t see a need with this kind of performance at this price.

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