Tuesday, August 16th 2011

EVGA Intros Backplate for GeForce GTX 560 Ti

EVGA made finally released a backplate accessory for NVIDIA's reference-design GeForce GTX 560 Ti graphics cards. Priced at $20, the backplate is made of brushed metal. It helps reduce PCB bending by reinforcing it, as well as helps with heat dissipation. Then there's the obvious aesthetic lift it gives to your rig by covering up the soldered parts of the PCB. The backplate should fit NVIDIA reference design GTX 560 Ti graphics cards of all makes. It is available on the EVGA online store.
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5 Comments on EVGA Intros Backplate for GeForce GTX 560 Ti

#1
hanzi
oh goodie! One for my SC yay!
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LAN_deRf_HA
Ugh. Why did they release this? This was demanded ages ago, and they're selling just as many if not more of their custom pcb variant.... and new cards aren't very far off. Just once I'd like these companies to have their shit together and release their double mem, custom pcb, backplate accessory stuff within the first month or two of a new cards release. If palit can do it why can't the rest of em?
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micropage7
the looks is good but it may better it they design it for custom/non reference layout too and create universal back plate
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#4
Jegergrim
Feels like a last attempt at milking the market before the next series..
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by: LAN_deRf_HA
Ugh. Why did they release this? This was demanded ages ago, and they're selling just as many if not more of their custom pcb variant.... and new cards aren't very far off. Just once I'd like these companies to have their shit together and release their double mem, custom pcb, backplate accessory stuff within the first month or two of a new cards release. If palit can do it why can't the rest of em?
I tend to agree, but IMO EVGA is better than most about giving customers what they ask for.
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