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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/07 07:43:54 (permalink)

 
You will get one if they have one -- OR -- a card with similar or greater performance 
 
Sounds like you need to start your RMA -- and end up with a spare
 
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/07 08:21:06 (permalink)
Do we know if his PSU has the cables to support a 1070? Can't recall but I'm betting the 560ti was one 6pin

 

 

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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/07 08:27:04 (permalink)
Good question spitfire5792
 
@ dromerke 
What PSU do you have ?
 
Which EVGA 560Ti ? https://www.evga.com/articles/00609/
 
 
 https://www.evga.com/Products/Specs/GPU.aspx?pn=4A716CF9-B2DC-4965-B91F-8863B989C906
 
500 Watt minimum and 2 - 6-pin pcie (for the 560Ti in link above)
post edited by Cool GTX - 2017/12/07 08:29:47

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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/07 08:54:21 (permalink)
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Good question spitfire5792
 
@ dromerke 
What PSU do you have ?
 
Which EVGA 560Ti ? https://www.evga.com/articles/00609/
 
 
 https://www.evga.com/Products/Specs/GPU.aspx?pn=4A716CF9-B2DC-4965-B91F-8863B989C906
 
500 Watt minimum and 2 - 6-pin pcie (for the 560Ti in link above)




@ Cool
 
I have a Cooler Master V1000 psu
 
And as 560Ti I have:
 
Part Number: 01G-P3-1563-KR
Part Desc: EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Superclocked
 
Edit: I just checked my dead 560 and it has two six pins connectors.
 
I saw that on the store page of my ordered 970 there's a Y cable included (two six pins and one eight pins).
 
https://eu.evga.com/produ...aspx?pn=08G-P4-5170-KR
post edited by dromerke - 2017/12/07 11:48:47
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/07 10:39:59 (permalink)
Reading through some of the exchanges here, I too would have to recommend the 1070. It will serve you well and isn't that much more than the 1060.
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/07 11:44:22 (permalink)
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Reading through some of the exchanges here, I too would have to recommend the 1070. It will serve you well and isn't that much more than the 1060.

Good thing the user already purchased a 1070, huh?
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/07 18:39:48 (permalink)
I'd start that warranty RMA for the 560ti and see what you get out of it. Worse case you get a working 560ti best case you get a gpu worth a few bucks you can sell off to help the upgrade price
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/08 10:36:34 (permalink)
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Reading through some of the exchanges here, I too would have to recommend the 1070. It will serve you well and isn't that much more than the 1060.

Good thing the user already purchased a 1070, huh?

Yes, very good thing. Solid choice.
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/08 11:08:50 (permalink)
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I'd start that warranty RMA for the 560ti and see what you get out of it. Worse case you get a working 560ti best case you get a gpu worth a few bucks you can sell off to help the upgrade price



I looked at my warranty and registered products on this site and I can rma two cards: a 560Ti and a 9800GX2 SSC
 
I'm thinking to ask for these rma's around mid way next month because of the upcoming Holidays and the busy times for postal services.
 
Edit:
 
Got a mail from EVGA:
 
Thank you for shopping with EVGA. Your shipment is on the way. We've included tracking information, please note it may take up to 24 hours for your tracking data to appear on the carrier's website. We hope you enjoy your purchase, and thank you for shopping at EVGA.
 
post edited by dromerke - 2017/12/08 11:11:37
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/08 11:43:19 (permalink)
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demon09
I'd start that warranty RMA for the 560ti and see what you get out of it. Worse case you get a working 560ti best case you get a gpu worth a few bucks you can sell off to help the upgrade price



I looked at my warranty and registered products on this site and I can rma two cards: a 560Ti and a 9800GX2 SSC
 
I'm thinking to ask for these rma's around mid way next month because of the upcoming Holidays and the busy times for postal services.
 
Edit:
 
Got a mail from EVGA:
 
Thank you for shopping with EVGA. Your shipment is on the way. We've included tracking information, please note it may take up to 24 hours for your tracking data to appear on the carrier's website. We hope you enjoy your purchase, and thank you for shopping at EVGA.
 


:0 lucky dog wonder what they will give you in return
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/08 15:31:32 (permalink)
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I'd start that warranty RMA for the 560ti and see what you get out of it. Worse case you get a working 560ti best case you get a gpu worth a few bucks you can sell off to help the upgrade price



I looked at my warranty and registered products on this site and I can rma two cards: a 560Ti and a 9800GX2 SSC
 
I'm thinking to ask for these rma's around mid way next month because of the upcoming Holidays and the busy times for postal services.
 
Edit:
 
Got a mail from EVGA:
 
Thank you for shopping with EVGA. Your shipment is on the way. We've included tracking information, please note it may take up to 24 hours for your tracking data to appear on the carrier's website. We hope you enjoy your purchase, and thank you for shopping at EVGA.
 


:0 lucky dog wonder what they will give you in return


Yeah no doubt! Good time to rma if someone is feeling generous around the holidays.

  
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/08 21:11:32 (permalink)
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I'd start that warranty RMA for the 560ti and see what you get out of it. Worse case you get a working 560ti best case you get a gpu worth a few bucks you can sell off to help the upgrade price



I looked at my warranty and registered products on this site and I can rma two cards: a 560Ti and a 9800GX2 SSC
 
I'm thinking to ask for these rma's around mid way next month because of the upcoming Holidays and the busy times for postal services.
 
Edit:
 
Got a mail from EVGA:
 
Thank you for shopping with EVGA. Your shipment is on the way. We've included tracking information, please note it may take up to 24 hours for your tracking data to appear on the carrier's website. We hope you enjoy your purchase, and thank you for shopping at EVGA.
 


:0 lucky dog wonder what they will give you in return


Yeah no doubt! Good time to rma if someone is feeling generous around the holidays.
plus with as old as those cards are he will most likely get some kinda upgrade on them and have something worth selling or to use in another build
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/09 04:13:57 (permalink)
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I'd start that warranty RMA for the 560ti and see what you get out of it. Worse case you get a working 560ti best case you get a gpu worth a few bucks you can sell off to help the upgrade price



I looked at my warranty and registered products on this site and I can rma two cards: a 560Ti and a 9800GX2 SSC
 
I'm thinking to ask for these rma's around mid way next month because of the upcoming Holidays and the busy times for postal services.
 
Edit:
 
Got a mail from EVGA:
 
Thank you for shopping with EVGA. Your shipment is on the way. We've included tracking information, please note it may take up to 24 hours for your tracking data to appear on the carrier's website. We hope you enjoy your purchase, and thank you for shopping at EVGA.
 


:0 lucky dog wonder what they will give you in return


Yeah no doubt! Good time to rma if someone is feeling generous around the holidays.
plus with as old as those cards are he will most likely get some kinda upgrade on them and have something worth selling or to use in another build



I'm also curious what the replacements will be. :-)
 
Today the 1070 card that I ordered isn't available anymore in the European EVGA store (and not available in the USA store), so I guess I'm lucky to have ordered quickly. I just hope that the 1070 card will be a new card and not a refurbished or used one.
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Re: Replacement advise for 560ti 2017/12/12 07:14:10 (permalink)
Hello,
 
Got the same video card before like you - Asus 560 Ti 1GB.
Decided/was forced to change my card as card suddenly broke - i play FullHD resolution (1920x1080).
After a small research of weeks decided to go with EVGA - 1060 SSC 6GB.
My aim was 60fps in World of Warcraft with high details , which is constant while playing.
If you have budget 1070 is better for the difference you pay.
 
Regards,
Adrian
 
post edited by yamatosan - 2017/12/12 07:26:32

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