The Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Review: Take Off Your Ti

Benchmark Results: F1 2010

F1 2010 represents the racing genre in our benchmark suite:

This game runs best on Radeon graphics cards, and the new GeForce GTX 560 is only able to match Radeon HD 6850 performance.

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  • Anonymous
    quote: If 3D Vision and CUDA support for apps like Premiere Pro CS5 matter to you, Nvidia has the upper hand.
    I bought the Nvidia geforce GTX 560 Ti,actually 2. Even though I am extremely happy with them, i found that they do NOT support CUDA CS5, my previous card was the GTX285, which did support that. As an editor, I miss the direct render a lot. 560 cards do not support direct render with CS5, I wonder if there is a way around this?
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  • damian86
    I think the 560ti for a high end card is the best choice,saving a lot of money and power-wise they consume a lot less than others. As it says it can outperform other cards,and in SLI they do a good job, I think I will be happy to spend money on them, actually you can get them for £180 and if you save money then you can get a second one.
    Before I was thinking in buy a 570, but I think I'll consider a 560 ti Sli set due to power consumtion.
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  • C Ram_22
    Yeh wat u consider is fine
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  • C Ram_22
    560 ti
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  • C Ram_22
    Just get what u thnk is best stop hassling me and run this on my tv HOW --root?.
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  • samboy09
    Guys, May I ask you if this card comes out with a case decal or sticker that I can put to my case. TNX
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