MSI GTX560-Ti OC SLI Review


MSI GTX560-Ti OC SLI Review

Unigine Heaven

In the absolutely stunning Unigine Heaven benchmark our GTX560-Ti SLI setup falls just shy of the GTX590 again although still a fair bit ahead of the GTX580. Such is the performance of the AMD cards in this test that even the HD6870 CF setup beats this one.


8x AA

Increasing the anti-aliasing to the maximum available tightens everything up, although once again the minimum frame-rate is quite alarming. Still the GTX560-Ti SLI just squeezes in between the all-powerful single-GPU GTX580 and the twin-GPU GTX590.

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Most Recent Comments

03-05-2011, 08:54:46

very informative

shows that a single (duo) gtx590 is the way to go... £/fpsQuote

03-05-2011, 09:27:39

My review withdrawal systems are cured, thanks, Bryan

So for £400 a whole £150+ less than a 590/6990 you can get similar performance, not bad if you ask me. Sacrificing some AA in one game shouldn't really put you off and anyone with an AMD card can only have up to a maximum of 8x AA anyway.

If you have the money for a 590 that would ideally be the better option in the long run but if you are on a budget SLI MSI 560 TI's is a pretty damn good alternative.


03-05-2011, 09:37:36

No tinkering with overclocks?Quote

03-05-2011, 09:53:03

Originally Posted by dugdiamond View Post

very informative

shows that a single (duo) gtx590 is the way to go... £/fps
Maybe, but don't forget that two 570's in SLI aren't listed in the bench results and there are many on the forums that speculate that they would be a better alternative to a 590. If your not looking for a single slot solution that is.

Originally Posted by SieB View Post

My review withdrawal systems are cured, thanks, Bryan

03-05-2011, 22:42:43

One is enough for 98% of games out there, but who would say No to two of them , good review but I'm missing video.Quote

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