Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by Foamy4, May 5, 2012.
Dude, you may have signed your (forum) death warrant.
im perfectly aware of it :infinity:
Looks like all the benchmarks show the 560 running below the 295, so it is a downgrade. I'm pretty sure 95% of the people here that have owned a GTX 295 would agree with me that a 560Ti would never be their choice of replacement/sidegrade.
As for the racist comment, it is NEVER warranted. Regardless of whether or not I'm a Jew (I'm not), racism has no place in this forum. You don't have to agree with me with my viewpoint, you don't even have to like me, but you embarass yourself with these last few comments.
I just upgraded my old Q9505 3.8ghz to an i7 2700K the performance difference is quite huge.Windows,web browsing is now a lot more snappier faster and i have gained much higher FPS in a lot of games too (feels like a got a free gpu upgrade as well.I am totally impressed with my upgrade and was worth every dollar i spent.....Foamy4 enjoy your new upgrade!!!!!!!!!
i was sure i can spot jew for 95% certainity, but looks like it only works for fake boobs
lost some, gain some, still holds
Lol had 2 295. A 560ti would be a downgrade for a 295. Them racist comments, ignorant people make them when they can't argue civilly or have a case they know is unwinnable. Either way not cool
A 570 or even 448 ti would be around even i guess
Lucky he only gets a timeout, Hilbert said he'd get a permanent ban.
@ Cowie, the 448 would be most likely dead on in performance, I'm sure EVGA giving me a 570 is a slight (3-5fps) upgrade.
480 or 560ti 448 is my estimate
I don't think it's fair to compare the GTX 295 and GTX 560 Ti on performance alone.
GTX 295 = Higher power usage, DX10, OpenGL 2.1, SM3, limited CUDA and Directcompute
GTX 560 Ti = Low power usage, DX11, OpenGL 4.1, SM4+, latest CUDA and directcompute 5
Yah same here... I'm sitting on my i7-860 for a while longer. I'd like my next upgrade to be OMG HUGE!