GTX 560 Ti Superclocked, Zotac or EVGA?
These are both factory overclocked GTX 560 Ti's from what I've read,
Core Clock-900 Mhz
The standard GTX 560 Ti,
(Core, Shader, and Memory Clocks)
Which one is better ?
I was thinking of buying the Zotac, because not only are the clocks better, but it has a promo code for $10 off right now.
And from what I've read, they're stable, with fairly good temps.
Both are $249.99, but the Zotac has a $10 off promo code.
- MatthewLv 68 years agoBest Answer
I would just get the Zotac card then. It's factory OCed a bit higher, and it's $10 off too.
I mean, they're pretty much the same, the difference is the warranty they have for the card, and the clocks (but you could always change it).
I know EVGA probably has the best warranty, but for this, I would go with the Zotac. They're pretty good too.
- 8 years ago
Zotac, better clock speeds, so it's faster (even if only by a small amount). Also, as it has higher speeds, we can assume it has good cooling, so you could underclock it slightly to get better temps.
- kennyLv 48 years ago
The higher clocked cards are manufactured overclocked so they have exactly the cooling you need for those speeds, usually, buy the higher clocked cards especially if they are cheaper.
- ?Lv 78 years ago
Get the one with the best warranty. Nothing Super Overclocked about those cards
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- RyanLv 58 years ago
Get the zotac, they're a trusted brand by now.
- George SLv 58 years ago
I prefer ATI/AMD over NVIDIA but i prefer EVGA over Zotac