XFX 6870 Black Edition (Dual Fan) vs Inno3D GTX 560 Ti OC vs GTX 570 vs 6950

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XFX Radeon 6870 Black Edition Dual Fan VS Inno3D GTX 560 Ti OC VS GTX 570 VS Radeon 6950

XFX Radeon 6870 Black Edition Dual Fan
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Inno3D GTX 560 Ti Overlcocked Vs

Radeon 6950 Overclocked Vs
GeForce GTX 570 OC

Over the past day we have taken a look in detail at NVIDIAs new GTX 560 TI. Aspects which have been covered include single card performance, SLI, stereoscopic 3D, Blu-Ray playback, GPU computing and PhysX amongst other things. As always though we like to end our launch coverage with a look in more detail at overclocked performance…

The market segment which the GTX 560 Ti enters is quite crowded. At the lower price point we have Radeon 6870s, further up is the Ti itself, then the 6950 at just a touch more. There are of course various different specifications of each and the question of whether the 570 is worth the extra money. So to find out which is most attractive we have applied a significant overclock to each, as well as our Core i7-980X and put them head to head in a selection of real world gaming and 3DMark 11.

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