Monday, January 24th 2011

Galaxy GeForce GTX 560 Ti Graphics Cards Pictured

Galaxy's first wave of graphics cards featuring NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti graphics processor includes at least two non-reference designs. The first one, the GC Version, makes use of Galaxy's publicized "Gemini" GPU cooler, which uses two large 90 mm fans to cool a large aluminum heatsink which is fed by four copper heat pipes. The GC Gemini features slightly upped clock speeds of 835/1670/1000 MHz (core/CUDA core/memory actual).

The second card is the Galaxy GTX 560 Ti White Edition, which features a white PCB, possible digital PWM circuitry, a full-coverage single fan cooling assembly, and high overclock speeds of 950 MHz core, and 1100 MHz memory. Both cards feature Galaxy's typical spacecraft-styled cooler shrouds, connectivity that includes two DVI and a mini-HDMI. While the GC Version draws power from two 6-pin connectors, the White Edition requires 6-pin plus 8-pin. Based on the 40 nm GF114 GPU, GeForce GTX 560 Ti features second-generation Fermi architecture, and is powered by 384 CUDA cores, and aided by 1 GB of GDDR5 memory over a 256-bit wide memory interface. The GTX 560 Ti is slated for release on the 25th of this month.

Source: CoolPC
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10 Comments on Galaxy GeForce GTX 560 Ti Graphics Cards Pictured

Seems like this card could be a winner in it's price segment, but we need benchmarks already!! :banghead:
Nice clocks on those cards! Then again, nothing unusual of Galaxy here. :)
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Wow they both look like extremely beautiful cards to me.
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aww shit, this card lookx sexy, but GIgabyte SOC is 1GHz...

cant decide
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The "Ti" thing reminds me of the Geforce4 Ti 4800. :D
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still waiting for them to deliver on the 460 white edition, i cant find them anywhere. hopefully this will make it out sooner than later
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Its soooo cute!

I wanna put a bonnet on it and have a tea party with it :rockout:
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nice stuff, Ti? What thats stand for?
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