Tuesday, November 29th 2011

MSI Launches N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition Graphics Card

Leading global motherboard and graphics card maker MSI today announces the release of the N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition/OC and N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition graphics cards. The two graphics cards feature the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti chipset with 448 CUDA cores and 1280MB of 320-bit GDDR5 high-speed graphics memory. The N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition graphics card supports MSI's exclusive Triple Overvoltage and 6+1 Phase PWM design. The greatly improved overclocking potential and stability increases overclocking performance by up to 29%.

The acclaimed Twin Frozr III system is used for cooling and features not only twin 8cm Propeller Blade fans for 20% more air flow but also 8mm SuperPipe technology. Fan noise of just 30dB at full load provides gamers with the quietest user experience, while MSI Military Class II components are used to guarantee the highest quality and stability. For gamers seeking overclocking potential, cooling and stability, the N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition graphics card offers the perfect choice.

Power Edition Architecture Boosts Overclocking Potential by 29%
The N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition graphics card retains the Power Edition architecture with enhanced 6+1 phase PWM design to ensure stability during overclocking. Triple Overvoltage with Afterburner support means that GPU/Memory/PLL voltages can be adjusted to unleash the graphics card's full potential and allow its overclocking capability up to 29%.

Twin Frozr III Cooling is a Stealthy 30dB under Full Load
The MSI N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition graphics card features MSI's exclusive Twin Frozr III dual-fan cooling solution and MSI's innovative Propeller Blade technology boosts airflow by 20% compared to conventional fans. The dual 8cm temperature-controlled fans, SuperPipe technology, nickel-plated copper base and high-density cooling fans all work together to ensure maximum heat dissipation within the shortest amount of time! Noise is a stealthy 30dB when the graphics card is under full load, providing gamers with the quietest user experience.

Premium Military Class II Components
MSI Military Class II components represent the highest in quality and stability. The military-grade components used for the N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition graphics cards include Hi-C Cap with Tantalum for more precise power management, Super Ferrite Choke (SFC) for 30% more power and Solid CAP with up to 10 years of service life.

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30 Comments on MSI Launches N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition Graphics Card

#1
Breathless
Yea, blah blah blah....but does it reach 1000 on the core?
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#2
RejZoR
Well my HD6950 has the same cooler and is same edition but it's not 30dB at all. In DX:HR, when in a dialog with another character it's whining like crazy. Sure i was using everything set to max possible setting but that's what i consider full load... Only when i locked fan speed to 30% it shut up.
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by: Breathless
Yea, blah blah blah....but does it reach 1000 on the core?
This card is built on a 570, not a 560 Ti. It's not a pure Mhz card. Expecting it to hit a Ghz is no different than expecting a 570 to hit a Ghz. 560 Ti's or AMD boards on the other hand do those speeds since they base their power on frequency, and not shader strenght. :shadedshu
#5
Breathless
by: John Doe
This card is built on a 570, not a 560 Ti. It's not a pure Mhz card. Expecting it to hit a Ghz is no different than expecting a 570 to hit a Ghz. 560 Ti's or AMD boards on the other hand do those speeds since they base their power on frequency, and not shader strenght. :shadedshu
Shows how much I know.... here I was assuming that since it said it was a 560 Ti that it had to be a 560 Ti...
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#6
ZentiX
If u read the article u can se that the GPU is based on GTX 570, Some ppl mention that thoes cards with the GTX 570 gpu should be named GTX 565 and not 560 Ti.
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#7
Breathless
by: ZentiX
If u read the article u can se that the GPU is based on GTX 570, Some ppl mention that thoes cards with the GTX 570 gpu should be named GTX 565 and not 560 Ti.
I read the article and don't see 570 mentioned anywhere, however I do understand that i'm wrong here.
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#8
AsRock
TPU addict
increases overclocking performance by up to 29%.
So you could get 1%.
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#9

by: AsRock
So you could get 1%.
Technically, you need one Mhz more to make to %31. Or else you get left with dick in hand. :D
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MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
When do these cards release. Im thinking about getting one
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#11
erocker
by: nvidiaintelftw
When do these cards release. Im thinking about getting one
Yeah, nice sidegrade even if it is in favor of the newer card. Your card is fine.
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#12
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: erocker
Yeah, nice sidegrade even if it is in favor of the newer card. Your card is fine.
i want a card to overclock and one that runs quieter. And this 470 sucks ass at clocking can't get anything higher then 750mhz no matter the amount of voltage I pound into it and it sounds like a jet when playing BF3
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#13
erocker
Buy a 6950 and unlock it. It's less expensive and AMD cards work better with BF3 anyways.
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MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: erocker
Buy a 6950 and unlock it. It's less expensive and AMD cards work better with BF3 anyways.
the 2gb HD6950 id get is basically the same price as a GTX560ti 448
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#15
erocker
by: nvidiaintelftw
the 2gb HD6950 id get is basically the same price as a GTX560ti 448
Get it then. It's a better card for you needs. You could always hang on to your GTX470 to give hybrid PhysX a try too. Besides, constantly going with Nvidia cards makes your username very cliché.
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#16
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: erocker
Get it then. It's a better card for you needs. You could always hang on to your GTX470 to give hybrid PhysX a try too.
thats the thing id need something for PhysX because even once i beat Arkham City im going to probably keep playing to do side missions and riddles and stuff
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#17

by: erocker
Get it then. It's a better card for you needs. You could always hang on to your GTX470 to give hybrid PhysX a try too.
Neither are worth it over an OC'ed 470. I personally wouldn't get anything below a 580 to upgrade from an OC'ed 470, even at 750 core.

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MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: John Doe
Neither are worth it over an OC'ed 470. I personally wouldn't get anything below a 580 to upgrade from an OC'ed 470, even at 750 core.

http://img845.imageshack.us/img845/9696/haux2.jpg
the other option is to get a cooler on the 470 and try to pump 1.1v into it to see if i can get more overclock and would make it quieter
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#19
erocker
by: John Doe
Neither are worth it over an OC'ed 470. I personally wouldn't get anything below a 580 to upgrade from an OC'ed 470, even at 750 core.

http://img845.imageshack.us/img845/9696/haux2.jpg
I agree.. but he seems to have cash burning in his pocket. Just trying to put out the fire... from a distance of course. A fire in a mans pants is really none of my business. :laugh:
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by: nvidiaintelftw
the other option is to get a cooler on the 470 and try to pump 1.1v into it to see if i can get more overclock
What kind of temps are you getting? Seems like you got a dud chip. A better cooler wouldn't help if your core is stuck at 750 in that case. ;)
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#21
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: John Doe
What kind of temps are you getting? Seems like you got a dud chip. A better cooler wouldn't help if your core is stuck at 750 in that case. ;)
77c 1.050v 750mhz

Ive been scared to pump 1.087v cuz thats how my first 470 died haha

It has a better VID then my first chip though. it was 1.00v and this card i have now is .975v
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#22

by: nvidiaintelftw
77c 1.050v 750mhz

Ive been scared to pump 1.087v cuz thats how my first 470 died haha
You sure? I had mine at 1.087v as well as HeavyHemi over eVGA, who's ran his cards at 850 core. 470's don't usually die like 570's. They have a strong enough build. Must be a bad chip.
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MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: John Doe
You sure? I had mine at 1.087v as well as HeavyHemi over eVGA, who's ran his cards at 850 core. 470's don't usually die like 570's. They have a strong enough build. Must be a bad chip.
Well after a while of running it at 1.087v id start getting artifacts at desktop and shit even on default clocks and voltage
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#24

Yeah, dud chip. You shouldn't have those happen at high clocks. Card is/was bad.
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MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: nvidiaintelftw
Well after a while of running it at 1.087v id start getting artifacts at desktop and shit even on default clocks and voltage
my friend also had a card that did the same thing. shitting stock VID and then artifacts after a few months. Maybe this card i have no im just being a pussy about the voltage. maybe this one could handle it. Id still like to get a new cooler to try and see what i can do, itll keep the peace while gaming either way

EDIT: oops quoted myself. But post still stands
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