Wednesday, November 30th 2011

Inno3D Intros GTX 560 Ti 448SP HyperCore Graphics Card

Inno3D is among the select few with a limited-edition GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 CUDA cores, the Hong Kong-based company launched its GTX 560 Ti 448SP HyperCore graphics card. The card features an in-house GF110 board design by Inno3D, and a new custom design single-fan cooler. Based on the 40 nm GF110 GPU, it features 448 CUDA cores, and 1280 MB of GDDR5 memory over a 320-bit memory interface. It features slightly overclocked speeds over reference speeds; 760 MHz core, 1520 MHz CUDA cores, against reference speeds of 732/1464 MHz. The memory clock sticks to specifications, at 950 MHz (3.80 GHz effective). Like every other GTX 560 Ti 448, this card will be available in limited quantities, and only in select North American and European markets.
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8 Comments on Inno3D Intros GTX 560 Ti 448SP HyperCore Graphics Card

#1
pantherx12
Need to see the heatsink better, looks like they've used a full thickness fan and put the heatsink either side.

Want to know performance XD
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Stock performance would be more or less the same as others, not sure about OC'ability though. Looks cheap with that blue PCB. Sparkle/Zotac also used to use a similar PCB on non-ref boards (pretty cheap). Doesn't seem to have VRM cooling. Inno3D made solid GPU's in the past, but I'd pass on these. MSI's TF3 seems to be the best 560 Ti 448 right now. Anyway MSI has been kicking lately.
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#3
hhumas
why ..... It was supposed to be in PK also ...Mostly gamer prefer Inno brand because its cheaper than Evga n Asus
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#4
pantherx12
by: John Doe
Stock performance would be more or less the same as others, not sure about OC'ability though. Looks cheap with that blue PCB. Sparkle/Zotac also used to use a similar PCB on non-ref boards (pretty cheap). Doesn't seem to have VRM cooling. Inno3D made solid GPU's in the past, but I'd pass on these. MSI's TF3 seems to be the best 560 Ti 448 right now. Anyway MSI has been kicking lately.
I wasn't talking about GPU performance, don't give a rats arse about it :laugh:

it's the heat-sink i'm interested in.
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#5

Well, not an unusual design it is. :D

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#6
tigger
I'm the only one
Looks like they made the fan cable just the right size, cooler looks kinda ok, I'd like to see temps though.
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