Monday, March 5th 2012

Yeston Unveils GeForce GTX 560 SE GameMaster with 336 CUDA Cores

Yeston unveiled the GeForce GTX 560 SE GameMaster graphics card. The Chinese AIC partner went completely out-of-specifications with its new card, and delivered what's essentially a GeForce GTX 560 (non-Ti). While the GTX 560 SE is supposed to have 288 CUDA cores, the GTX 560 SE GameMaster has 336 (same as GTX 560), and we suspect 256-bit wide memory interface (although it's marked 192-bit). If Yeston was piggy-backing two memory chips over single 32-bit wide paths, the piggy-backed chips would be on the reverse side of the PCB, not obverse. The card is clocked at 820/1640/1002 MHz (core/CUDA cores/memory).

The Yeston GeForce GTX 560 SE GameMaster features a 7-phase VRM design. The VRM makes use of NEC-TOKIN Proadlizer capacitors to deliver the cleanest power to the GPU. It is cooled by Arctic Accelero TwinTurbo Pro VGA cooler, which is renowned for top-class cooling and quietness. Display outputs include two DVI and a mini-HDMI. The card is priced at 999 RMB (US $158.45), in China.

Source: Expreview
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4 Comments on Yeston Unveils GeForce GTX 560 SE GameMaster with 336 CUDA Cores

#1
XacTactX
This makes me want to import graphic cards from China. That's a great deal. $158 USD is the MSRP, so in retail it could be even less than that.
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#2
Maban
Damn you Yeston, always making kick-ass cards but not selling them here.
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#3
erixx
1st Chinese branded product that I actually want baaaaaaeeeeedly :)
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#4
LTUGamer
Ohhh. It is just simple GTX 560 (non SE) with +10MHz OC ant twin cooler :laugh: Nothing especially
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